Blue Heron #4
Harlequin HQN Books
On Sale: September 30, 2014
Featuring: Jack Holland; Emmaline Neal
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Holiday | Romance Contemporary
Everyone loves Jack Holland, but Emmaline Neal needs him.
Her ex-fiancÃ© is getting married in Malibu and, obviously,
she can't go to the wedding alone. In Manningsport, New
York, tall, blond and gorgeous Jack Holland is practically
cottage industry when it comes to rescuing desperate
He knows the drill, Em figures, so he won't get the wrong
What Jack needs is an excuse to leave town. Ever since
rescuing four teenagers from a car wreck, he's been hailed
as a hero and the attention is making him itchy,
since his too-pretty ex-wife is back, angling for a
He's always liked Emmaline. She needs a weekend date? No
So when they wind up in bed together, Em chalks it up to
wine and chocolate cake, just one impulsive night not to
repeated. But Jack's pushing for more, and if she lets
her guard, either she'll get her heart crushed again, or
discover that Jack's worth more than just dreaming about.
6 comments posted.
Re: In Your Dreams
I always enjoy reading about the more normal girl in romances!!
(Ronna Lord 1:47pm September 30, 2014)
Average Jane's turn - thank you.
(Debra Wolsleben 8:54pm September 30, 2014)
Love your books!
(Vicki Hancock 7:15am October 1, 2014)
I agree with your posting to a degree. What I disagree
with, or should I say find a bit of a turn-off, is when I
read about these women who go to kickboxing, or other weird
forms of aerobic exercise. I know of many women who stay in
shape, and not one woman I know says they're going to a
kickboxing class. They might run, or use the treadmill,
but when it comes to a yoga class, or some other "trendy,
yuppy-style" form of aerobics, the every day woman doesn't
do that. Why can't a book be written with just an every day
form of exercise?? I'll get off of my soapbox now, and just
enjoy your new book. Congratulations on another hit, and
I'm looking forward to reading it.
(Peggy Roberson 10:44am October 1, 2014)
love stories with "normal" people.
(Denise Holcomb 12:37pm October 3, 2014)
I have read so many of your books and vwey anxious to read this one too. Your depiction of characters as real people with real faults and strengths is what I love the most about them. From "The Best Man", to " Catch of the Day"/ to "Too Good to be True" Have read them all and love them all! Texastee.
(Theresa Henry 2:20pm October 3, 2014)
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