As if my first column wasnít hot enough, here are some more extremely hot reads
from Harlequin as well as some heart-warming stories you won't want to miss.
Harlequin American Romance
The Marine's Babies
Laura Marie Altom
sure to be a charming read. Captain Jace Monroe was prepared for anything the
Army threw his way. But he wasnít prepared for twin babies in matching pink
blankets left on his doorstep. These are his daughters and now he must find a
nanny to help him. Emma Stewart is smart, funny, everything you would want
including an excellent mother to his twins. Jace canít help but wonder what
Emma is hiding from him. But I assure you the secret isnít what you think it is
and once Jace finds it out, he wonders if itís because she has fallen for his
twin daughters or him? Maybe both?
Montana Mistress by Sara Orwig is about a
struggling hotel owner, Laurel Tolson. Sheís tired of rich, arrogant men who
believe their money is worth the world and buy anything and everything they
want. But Chase Bennett has an offer she may not be able to refuse. Heís
willing to match the price of her hotel, to help her out. Of course he has one
condition. He wants Laurel to be his mistress for one month. Itís scandalous
and sexy enough for her to take his offer, but not long after she does she finds
herself falling in love. One month in Chaseís bed will never be enough. She
wanted forever with him. But could she make him feel the same?
Love is in the air for the month of May, with Harlequin Romance. Hired: Nanny Bride by Cara Colter is another
example of love. Joshua Cole, playboy tycoon, didnít want this, but the
baby was his nephew and he felt obligated to help. Dannie Springer, the nanny,
had had her heart broken and since then has hidden behind her nanny demeanor.
Working closely with Joshua she sees another side to him, heís more than a
business man, heís a man who cares enough about his nephew to put his life on
hold. Seeing the real him, Dannie yearns for Joshua to see the real her, but
will that only get her heart broken once again?
Summer at the Lake by
Linda Barrett. I have
just finished reading this book to do a review. Itís a very charming and
heartwarming read. Kristinís daughter, Ashley has gone through something
horrible, something no child, no adult should have to ever go through. The cops
in her hometown havenít been much help and the prep has walked away from the
crime. Now Kristinís daughter isnít talking much, sheís writing down what she
wants to saw. But one night on the porch they hear a man playing a saxophone
and it has an effect on her daughter that Kristin just knows is a turning point
in her healing. Once they meet the man behind the saxophone, Rick, who turns
out to be a cop, who is bound and determined not to return to the force after
losing an innocent hostage. He doesnít want to deal with someone elseís
problems but is drawn to Kristin and her daughter. Can his saxophone and his
dog help Ashley heal? During the process how will Kristin cope with falling in
love with a cop, with a man, something she hasnít felt since her husband died?
Silhouette Nocturne Bites
Looking for something fast to read but with a "bite?" Try out the two Noctourne
Bites for May.
by Lisa Renee Jones
of the two EBOOKS offered this month. Doranna Durgin
, Wild Thing
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Tonight, My Love
by Tracie Sommers
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4 comments posted.
Thanks Melissa...there are so many great books out it's hard to mention them all! :)
(Tonya Callihan 9:48am May 30, 2009)
Tonya--Thanks so much for the lovely shout-out on The Marine's Babies!! You're a sweetie!! ;-)
(Laura Marie Altom 11:20am June 9, 2009)
Thanks Laura! I'm glad you stopped by. I loved The Marine's Babies! It was a great book!
(Tonya Callihan 2:35pm June 16, 2009)