This is the first book in the Noble series. Romance written with smart funny dialog. This was an enjoyable romance that had me laughing at times.
NobleThis is the first book in the Noble series. Romance written with smart funny dialog. This was an enjoyable romance that had me laughing at times.
Noble Britton suffered greatly at the hands of his first wife, and he refuses to fall into the same trap again. This time he intends to marry a quiet, biddable woman who will not draw attention to herself or cause scandal. Gillian Leigh’s honest manner and spontaneous laughter attract him immediately. It matters little that she is accident-prone; he can provide the structure necessary to guide her.
But unconventional to the tips of her half-American toes, his new bride turns the tables on him, wreaking havoc on his orderly life. Perpetually one step behind his beguiling spouse, Noble suffers a banged-up head, a black eye, and a broken nose before he realizes Gillian has healed his soul and proven that their union is no heedless tumble, but the swoon of true love....more
This is the second book in the Noble series. This was fun romance story that I enjoyed.
A poor widow, Lady Charlotte Collins returns to England eagerThis is the second book in the Noble series. This was fun romance story that I enjoyed.
A poor widow, Lady Charlotte Collins returns to England eager to take her place in the ton, only to find herself shunned by all. Her one choice is to marry a groom with wealth, a title, and good looks, but Alasdair McGregor cruelly refuses to be the answer to her problems.
In fact, she is forced by Dare’s obstinacy to take extreme action: the faulty codpiece that leads to this marriage, the wedding that is literally a circus. But nothing can stand between Charlotte and what she wants most: the love of her husband. ...more
I read this book years ago in paperback and didn't realize that it had been reissued in September of 2010 in hardcover. So I bought the hard cover thiI read this book years ago in paperback and didn't realize that it had been reissued in September of 2010 in hardcover. So I bought the hard cover thinking it was a new book, until I started reading it.
I greatly enjoy all the Dark Hunter and Were Hunter books. I can say after rereading this one the stories only get better!
As an ancient Celtic Chief, Talon made one serious mistake - he killed the son of the war god Camulus. Outraged over the deed, Camulus cursed him. Everyone Talon loved would die a horrible death in front of his eyes. But when Talon's clan slaughters his sister he sells his soul for vengeance against them. Fifteen hundred years later, in modern New Orleans, Talon is now an immortal protector who keeps mankind safe from the creatures who would prey on them. A life he's happy with until he meets Sunshine......more
A good romance for the holidays. This is Holiday Duet book 1.
Bailey Sullivan can't stand Christmas, even though her family's business is a store specA good romance for the holidays. This is Holiday Duet book 1.
Bailey Sullivan can't stand Christmas, even though her family's business is a store specializing in the perfect holiday. But now her hometown's chief supplier of rooftop Rudolphs and treetop angels is in danger of going under--and it's up to Bailey to save the shop.
She has it all planned: She'll arrive on December 1 and be gone by Christmas. Plus there's always spiked eggnog to ease the pain. But "Humbug" Bailey's not the only one home for the holidays. Finn Jacobson, legendary local bad boy turned Secret Service agent and Bailey's long-lost high-school boyfriend, is once again the boy next door. Only this time he's all grown up, and the sparks are flying faster and hotter than ever!
Bailey believes in true love about as much as she believes in Santa Claus. But as the holiday draws closer, she's starting to think about one thing she'd like to find under the tree......more
This is the second in the Holiday Duet series. This is a well written romance that is an enjoyable afternoon read.
Hannah Davis says: "I hate Auld LanThis is the second in the Holiday Duet series. This is a well written romance that is an enjoyable afternoon read.
Hannah Davis says: "I hate Auld Lang Syne!"
After all, this year brought Hannah nothing but the memory of her wandering fiance marrying someone else behind her back. Now, sitting alone at a bar in Coronado, California, on December 31, she decides to do something radical...and lets a brooding good-looker take her to bed. But when another woman bursts into their room much to early on New Year's morning, Hannah realizes this guy's more complicated than she thought...
Ex-Secret Service agent Tanner Hart screwed-up, big-time. Hoping to temporarily boot some of the ghosts from his life, he hooked up with this sexy stranger for a hot one-night stand--only to discover she's the woman he agreed to protect...from men just like him!
But a new year is a time for fresh beginnings. Despite the danger, the hoopla, and the hangovers, if Hannah's brave enough to risk her heart again--and Tanner's wise enough to realize he deserves it--maybe this one will be different....more
This book is romantic suspense. The story will keep you reading and occasionally laughing. I am a fan of Christina Dodd's work.
Brandi Michaels, a youThis book is romantic suspense. The story will keep you reading and occasionally laughing. I am a fan of Christina Dodd's work.
Brandi Michaels, a young, gorgeous lawyer, moves to Chicago to join her fiance, only to find out he's gone to Vegas to marry his pregnant girlfriend. She pawns the engagement ring, vamps herself up, and prepares to sleep with the first sexy man she meets that night. That man turns out to be a playboy Italian count and jewel thief, Roberto Bartolini, and the weekend is as hot and heavy as she could wish. On Monday, there's another surprise -- guess who turns out to be the client of her new law firm? Brandi not only gets to defend Roberto, who's accused of stealing a jewel, but to spend time with him 24/7, as a judge remands him into her custody. Can she reform this handsome bad boy in a hurry and prevent the jewel heist of the century in the process? Ginger Curwen...more
I enjoyed this novel. The book is a fun afternoon read. I could see for some the character of Kit not being too likable, I even thought she was spoileI enjoyed this novel. The book is a fun afternoon read. I could see for some the character of Kit not being too likable, I even thought she was spoiled but that is part of the story, why she acts out like she does. Pendleton on the other hand helps balance the story.
Pendleton couldn't believe his ears. He'd taken this new job hoping to make money, not marry into it! But if runaway heiress Kit McClellan didn't agree to enter into wedded bliss soon, the entire family fortune could be willed to the homeless pets of Louisville. Someone had to find Kit and bring her back as his finace--and his boss was telling Pendleton he was just the man for the job. ...more
This book is an early novel by Suzanne Brockmann. If you have followed her Navy Seal series you know that her writing has only gotten better over timeThis book is an early novel by Suzanne Brockmann. If you have followed her Navy Seal series you know that her writing has only gotten better over time. That said I did enjoy this story.
When Pete Taylor first offered his services as a bodyguard, Annie Morgan wanted nothing to do with him. She was sure that the death threats against her weren't serious. While the Native American mask she was working on was valuable, it wasn't worth killing for.
One murder attempt later, Annie was glad to have Pete around. She owed him her life. Suddenly she was beginning to believe in heroes—and dreams. But Pete wasn't a fantasy—he was real, and at the moment he was the only person she could allow herself to trust, no matter who he was....more
I thought this was an entertaining read. The hero & heroine both had their flaws and their strengths.
They call him many names, but Angelic isn'tI thought this was an entertaining read. The hero & heroine both had their flaws and their strengths.
They call him many names, but Angelic isn't one of them . . .
Sebastian Ballister, the notorious Marquess of Dain, is big, bad, and dangerous to know. No respectable woman would have anything to do with the "Bane and Blight of the Ballisters"—and he wants nothing to do with respectable women. He's determined to continue doing what he does best—sin and sin again—and all that's going swimmingly, thank you . . . until the day a shop door opens and she walks in.
She's too intelligent to fall for the worst man in the world . . .
Jessica Trent is a determined young woman, and she's going to drag her imbecile brother off the road to ruin, no matter what it takes. If saving him—and with him, her family and future—means taking on the devil himself, she won't back down. The trouble is, the devil in question is so shockingly irresistible, and the person who needs the most saving is—herself! ...more