Art of Seduction #4
On Sale: July 19, 2016
Featuring: Noelle Nelson; Jace Monroe
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Romance Erotica Sensual | Romance Contemporary
Knowing the scoreâ€¦
Prima ballerina Noelle Nelson needs to recover from her
injury and return to the stage. She won't consider
failureâ€¦or be distracted by baseball's resident bad boy,
Jace Monroe. His tattoos, wicked smile and deliciously
athletic body might drive her crazy, but a media frenzy
the last thing this good girl needs.
Jace is sick with fear that his own injury will never
but he's not about to let anyone notice, especially the
gorgeous blonde dancer he loves to infuriate. He's
himself past his physical capacity, putting his future at
risk. Still, when it comes to making a play for Noelle,
is in scoring positionâ€”and he's not going to back down!
The Art of Seduction
14 comments posted.
Re: Triple Score
There are a few different authors that truly entertain me with the dialogue that they create for their characters... to me if a book can make me feel something, it is a winner.
(Colleen Conklin 7:31pm July 23, 2016)
Dialogue is what makes the book/authors do me. You are
absolutely spot on re reading aloud to verify the flow! Thanks
for your thoughts! :)
(Kathleen Bylsma 11:09pm July 23, 2016)
For me it always depend on the story and the way the characters interact
conversationally. Kate Angell, Jill Shalvis, Kristan Higgins, & Robyn Carr are
among the masters at this.
(Eileen Aberman-Wells 12:22pm July 24, 2016)
Not a book author, but TV's Amy Sherman Palladino is
(Samantha Tennant 12:58pm July 24, 2016)
One of my favorite authors of great dialog is Sandra Hill. Her characters make me laugh, cry and, above all, keep reading. She can touch your heart strings one minute and have you laughing out loud the next. To me, that's what makes the story.
(Sharon Mitchell 3:57am July 24, 2016)
I loved Kristan Higgins' dialogue! She makes me smile!
(Amy Higgison 10:20am July 24, 2016)
I like your dialogue ...nope not a suck up lol but you exhibit
humor and I love to laugh always been that way someone that
can make me smile in their writing and in there interaction
with their readers is a jewel lightens the load of the day
that is for sure ...hugs and love
(Cindy Woolcott 12:55pm July 24, 2016)
Louise Penny's dialogue makes me smile. Not because it's funny so much,
but because it's like poetry to my ears.
I also love to read Kristan Higgins Facebook posts, because they crack me
up. That's how I got into her books.
(Connie Williamson 12:39pm July 25, 2016)
I have a few authors I really enjoy like Jill Shalvis and
Penny Reid. Their dialogue is always witty, funny and
(Ada H. 6:31am July 25, 2016)
I can't think of anything off the top of my head, however I do think that
dialogue really makes stories move forward.
(Lily Shah 2:50pm July 25, 2016)
Sometimes the dialogue is what sells the books , so it has to be good and you want more of what you have already read .
(Joan Thrasher 10:14am July 26, 2016)
I like when you can easily get into the character such as
Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series. Her characters are easy to
follow & always provide a smile & a laugh.
(Teresa Miller 9:18pm July 27, 2016)
I know you will think I'm crazy but I love the dialogue of the Black Dagger Brotherhood by JR Ward. They are so crazy and funny!!!
(Bonnie Capuano 10:26am July 28, 2016)
Sandra Hill. I like you #1 & 2 points especially.
(Laura Gullickson 8:53pm July 28, 2016)
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