Love on the Rocks
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Love on the Rocks

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After a dramatic weight loss catapults her to the cover of "People" magazine, Tangela Howard becomes an overnight celebrity. But the transformed flight attendant doesn't want to become America's next Bachelorette. Then, in walks a blast from her past...Warrick Carver is just as sexy and irresistible as he was when they broke up two years ago. Once, the serious, studly arch...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Harlequin
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Love?

Two years have passed since Warrick Carver and Tangela Howard went their separate ways, ending a seven-year relationship. After seeing the new and improved Tangela gracing the cover of People magazine, Warrick realizes that she is the one for him. Can he convince Tangela of the same?

“Love on the Rocks” was a quick read; however, it was also a disappointing read. The book falters at its very premise. I did not buy the idea of Warrick and Tangela as a couple. These characters did not belong...more
Adrienna
We usually read romance to get the sparks and wheels burning--no FIRE in this book but decent concept, yet I barely felt the sparks whether good or bad aspects of their relationship...

Yet, Pamela Yaye is a great writer but story just fell short for me. We always argue lack of editing, development, and such today as we post reviews but this book covered all these concepts but it was the storyline that failed for me...skimmed through to get done. Sadly, I wanted some romance...glad I won this book...more
Dorel
This book's storyline could have been good to me but the main characters feelings towards each other was confusing to me. One minute it felt like they hated each other than the next next minute it felt like they loved each other. I wish I felt more of a romance feeling from this book.
Kimberly Renae Hall
Loved the book

I loved this book from beginning to end. This book made me appreciate my relationship. And also made me fall in love with my baby even more. I would recommend this book to anyone.
Jo
I took really long to read this book. 9 days to be exact haha. I am a big fan of African American Romance Fiction...lol there is such a genre! . I enjoyed this book a lot. My favourite character was Warrick. I loved his personality. He was afraid to be hurt again but he didnt let it show. A lot of men have been in the same position as him but rarely do they voice how they feel. I also loved the fact that he didnt care that Tangela had lost the weight. He loved her whether she was big or small.
Rebekkah
I loved this story...It was a true love story that had me rooting for Warrick and Tangela all the way.
Angelia
It Was just okay....after reading Games of the Heart expected a little more....
Pretty Nurse
This definitely was not a steamy read but still a pretty good story
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My love for reading developed at an early age. My parents, Daniel and Gwendolyn Odidison, were both avid readers and encouraged me to read as much as possible. Trips to the public library were the highlight of my week and by the time I was in junior high I was reading everything from biographies to suspense to True Confession magazines!

I got my big “break” when I was only fourteen-years-old. I rea...more
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