Fans of smalltown contemporaries will savor this delicious and heartwarming story, a refreshingly realistic romance between two great characters.
This book is so much fun! Swift moving with a total alpha lead hero and a fun heroine in Angie, I can’t wait to see what J. Kenner has in store for us in Heated.
Crystal the comedian will do almost anything to get a laugh. Crystal the writer allows himself to flop at the box office, and suffers the many indignities of old age, with his teenage sweetheart and wife of 43 years still alongside him. In the end, the reader concludes that Crystal isn't just funny: He's a mensch too.
...for me this particular book, the lack of something significant happening, and reappearance of Sara's friend only towards the end almost as an afterthought - all of this did not work as a whole.
The story itself is tightly written and features some extremely tender sex scenes that I really enjoyed.
Begley’s effortless storytelling will have readers equally fascinated by Lucy and Phillips’s complex, tangled relationship.
Lush emotionalism, compelling characters and a moving storyline will win romance fans.
...the level at which this couple loathes each other for the majority of the story makes the hasty resolution hard to believe.
Cunning develops her characters into real people who engage in a compelling and satisfying erotic romance.
J Kenner does a good job of taking a common theme and making it her own.
I liked the idea of the story of a CEO falling for the temp girl and the family drama that intertwined in the story but the way these two meet was so quick and fast that my mind is still reeling from it.
...Heat Rises ended up being a miss for me. The character development of Laura and Ethan was non existent, and neither had any personality showing.
I’m pleased to say it exceeded my already lofty expectations
The ploys for future stories were obvious and unlike a couple of twists to the Tohr and No’One storyline, were predictable which lessened their emotional impact.
Taking a Shot is a Jaci Burton erotic romance, and she delivers the passionate, inventive, sexually explicit love scenes that fans expect.
Told from multiple points of view, this installment would make a fine action-packed film with three strong male leads.
This is not my favorite book in the trilogy; I found it predictable and repetitive.
...makes use of every negative cliché attributed to romance novels and tarnishes the genre unfairly.
Banks nicely balances bedroom and battlefield action as Rionna’s tough swordsmanship and Caelen’s tender lust propel the couple and the clans toward harmony.
As far as James’ writing, it’s very repetitive.