It's finally here! Release month that is, which means the
prize for playing my question game this month is a $50 gift
card for book buying bliss. After all, with Christmas here
and eReaders as popular pressies, what would be better than
a gift card to help fill it up?
So, this month's question is about vows. Do you feel
vows should be customized? Or should they be traditional?
I look forward to your answers and sharing them on the
blog. Also, be sure to check out my website to see how you can try to win a Nook.
Lori Mullins yearns to
shake off her past and live free of shadows and fear. Yet
her only shot at obtaining the capital to launch her
business rests in a man she met during a lie. A man whose
voice alone turned her from jaded escort to giddy
schoolgirl. A man who almost died because of her.
Trevor Masters can call off his search for the woman he
loves. The woman he dreamt of while comatose. The quest for
her heart, however, is only beginning. The trick will be
convincing her he doesn't blame her and that she deserves
to accept herself as the woman who holds his heart.
Business negotiations land Lori in a heavenly hell. Heaven
that Trevor is close enough to touch. Hell that she's
planning her first designer wedding. His. And something's
not quite right. The kind, compassionate man she fell for
all those months ago, the man who's engaged to another,
seems intent on wooing her.
Warning: This title contains a balloon-toting rodent, a
hero scheming for love, a heroine evading complications,
and hot sex.