This is a wonderful debut novel, and the first in a series. The author has a masterful way with words, and has woven true historical events into this period romantic suspense novel about a love that endures everything.
UK psychological thriller author Joan Ellis just sent me this wonderful review for Aquarius Addiction. I am thrilled with it.
Front Row Center’s Passion in the Kitchen is a cookbook with a difference, guaranteed to bring an extra spark into your relationship!
The author is an accomplished cook who specializes in French cuisine, and she is also an award-winning writer of a suspenseful and passionate romance novel, Front Row Center, which is currently being adapted into a screenplay.
The recipes are all tried and tested by the author, and are not too complex for the average home cook. The categories include ‘Appeteasers’, ‘Warm up Foreplay’ and ‘Between the Sheets’. Each recipe includes a mouth-watering illustration, and all have suggestive names like ‘Smooth Caresses’, ‘Sublime Joinings’, ‘Love Wand of Ecstasy’ and ‘Sweet and Lustful’.
Interspersed with photos of food is a generous serving of pictures of delectably hot men.
But that’s not all… Every recipe ends with a “Cooking Break” – lines of flirtation taken from the novel, Front Row Center.
Example: ‘Cooking break!
That’s all right,” she replied softly. “You want some of my …” she opened her palm, “… nuts?”
He blew out a ragged breath.’
If you are looking for something to spice up your life, look no further.
I received an advance review copy in exchange for an honest review.
I’m very thankful for the wonderful people who have taken the time to read and review Backwoods Boogie, my upcoming third book on the Redneck P.I. Series. A couple of people are still reading it, and here are the ones that have been posted on Goodreads only because it won’t be available on Amazon until November 14th.
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Twila Taunton, redneck detective, reluctantly joins forces with her ex-fiancée to solve the mysterious murder of British resident, Janice Woodward.
Twila Taunton, self proclaimed detective of the Redneck P.I. Agency, is hired to help her friend Pam Taylor. Pam has been imprisoned for a murder Twila is sure she didn’t commit. To make matters worse Pam’s attorney is Jimmie-Ray, the man that left Twila standing at the alter.
Murder, Motorcycles, Aunts Gone Goth and Baby Scares, Oh My!
Flat out Fun! Trish Jackson once agains provides a captivating cast that will having you laughing out loud. A perfect balance of mystery, sexual spice and action makesBackwoods Boogie a wonderfully engaging read.
I did quite like how the last page of every chapter contained a perspective from another character, it did fill in a lot of the plot and provide insight and depth into the characters. The supporting cast was fun.
I don’t quite see why Twila had to travel to London, I think that was perhaps my least favourite part of the book but it was brief. The plot was captivating and action-packed for the rest of the book I thought.
Overall, I enjoyed reading this. It was fun and wild and I would recommend it to anyone who loves a good mystery with a hint of romance and a lot of crazy
Ella David is a lost soul. She is not really sure who she is or what she wants from life. She is in a relationship with the handsome up-coming rock star, Tom, but is it really love that she feels for him? And is he committed enough to their liaison to be faithful to her?
The only two truly meaningful people in her life are Wally, the elderly caretaker at work, and Adam Hart, a friend who shares her passion for chocolate and other treats that appeal to the sweet tooth.
This story is set in the time before the terms ‘politically correct’ or ‘sexual harassment at the workplace’ had been dreamed up. Ella is in a dead-end job as an advertising copywriter, with a horny boss, Peter Richards, who makes shameless sexual advances on the women he works with, and proudly boasts of his sexual prowess. Ella has thus far managed to stay out of his bed, but when she is in danger of losing her job, he tries to blackmail her into a ‘little arrangement” on the side.
Peter’s antics and the other eccentric characters Ella has to deal with put her in some hilarious situations. The book is well-written and fun to read.
While on the train, Sandra discovers she has lost her Oyster Card (travel card), and makes a phone call to order a replacement.
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Loving Adonis is a beautiful but frustrating love story about poor communication and jealousy.
Angie and Gary get together early in the story and over time they develop a deep and sensuous relationship. They don’t just hop into the sack together. They go out, spend time getting to know one another, and do crazy things before their relationship turns serious and culminates in delicious, passionate and loving sex. A great, solid base for a lasting connection, you’re thinking.
But no. One day Gary simply says “See Ya,” and walks out on Angie.
She has no idea what has caused the sudden change in him, and although she tries to get on with her life and build up her flower business, she cannot forget the handsome man she has privately named ‘Adonis’.
Gary cannot put Angie out of his mind either. But when they get back together, and things seem to be running smoothly again, the same thing happens. Just those two little words and everything is thrown into turmoil again.
Their greatest problem is that they do not communicate well. This leads to all sorts of wild and incorrect assumptions, which damage their relationship over and over until you, as a reader feel as frustrated as them.
The happy ending is full of twists and surprises that I couldn’t foresee, and it made up for all the frustration.
A Southern Romance.
Elly McCauley is helping her granny while she recovers from a broken ankle, and is living illegally with her in the senior complex in a small town in Texas.
When she meets the local landscaper, Derek White, tall, dark and deliciously Southern, the attraction is instant and mutual. They go out on a couple of dates and one thing leads to another… But they both have baggage from the past that hinders their relationship.
Elly moves out and doesn’t give Derek her new address. She starts a new business helping seniors to sort through their junk and make money selling it on eBay. But she cannot forget those steamy kisses. Neither can he.
The characters are very real and most of them are such likable people I found that I just wanted things to work out for them. The author’s depiction of life in a senior complex is very vivid and true to life, and I loved Granny.
The love scenes are passionate, but tastefully written, and the author makes good use of sexy nuances.
I labeled this book, Doctor January, ‘Un Put-Downable’ on Amazon and that’s the truth. I just wanted to keep turning the pages to find out what would happen.
Hibs, who is hopelessly in love with Beth, can only stand on the sidelines, desperately wishing Beth would realize that Gordon is a malicious bully.