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4

#FitReaders Check-In: September 4, 2015

#FitReaders Check-In: September 4, 2015 Welcome to #FitReaders!! Felicia the Geeky Blogger and I are super excited to be co-hosting this fitness-oriented group during 2015. For the months of July – September 2015, Felicia will be hosting the official check-ins. This is my weekly check-in post where I share about my week, and I hope you share about yours as well. You can also catch Felicia’s weekly check-in HERE. If you have a weekly check-in blog post or put your updates on any social media site, please leave a link to your check-in posts in the comment section, below. Or, if you want to use this post as your weekly check-in, leave a comment telling us how your week went! My Week: AHHH! What a crazy week. Seriously… chicken-with-head-cut-off type of week and today (Friday) is no exception. Kids are back in school and I’m trying to keep up with everything that’s going on. I did get out and get my steps in, and my food intake was much more inline with where it should be (although I’ve got a girls-night-out tonight!) My Movement*: Friday: 62 minutes walking, 11,013 steps/day Saturday: 40 minutes walking, 15,661 steps/day Sunday: 21 minutes walking, 11,516 steps/day Monday: 33 minutes walking, 10,093 steps/day Tuesday: 45 minutes walking, 10,068 steps/day Wednesday: 61 minutes walking, 11,890 steps/day Thursday: 55 minutes Body Flow + 51 minutes walking, 12,133 steps/day * I track two different goals. The first goal is a timed duration of exercise – moving with the intent to raise my heart rate and get in some cardiovascular work. This is what I’m mean when I say “45 minutes walking.” The second goal is total daily steps. This is from my Fitbit, which measures all steps from 12:00AM – 11:59PM, exercise included. Questions for YOU! I’m still collecting EXCUSES for not exercising: Excuses… we all make them. What are the ones you use most often? I thought maybe I’d try and address some of the more common “reasons why I don’t exercise” over the next month, but I need your help… tell me what your excuses are in the comments. How was your week? Did you hit any milestones? Try a new food or workout? Celebrate your week with...
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Sep
3

Listen Up! #Audiobook Review: Masters of Seduction, Volume 2

Listen Up! #Audiobook Review: Masters of Seduction, Volume 2 Welcome to my weekly feature that focuses on audiobooks. It’s time to… Audiobook review: Masters of Seduction, Volume 2 Author: Lara Adrian, Donna Grant, Alexandra Ivy, Laura Wright Narrator: Arika Rapson Listening Speed: 1.0x Reviewer: Una Overall Rating: A- Audiobook Source: Tantor Media/publisher What I’m Talking About: Although I did not read the first volume of Masters of Seduction, I enjoyed Masters of Seduction, Volume 2.  To make this review a little bit easier to follow, I separated thoughts on each of the four stories below, followed by my thoughts on the performance of the narrator, Arika Rapson.  Overall I enjoyed this novel.  I really liked how, even though each story can stand alone, they are linked in an overarching plot line.  The world was fascinating and rich and the passion burns your fingers (or ears). The novel begins with Priceless: House of Ebarron, which is the story of Sorin and Ashayla.  I enjoyed their story, even though it starts strangely in a casino over a bet.  Ashayla’s determined need to get her family’s lost necklace pitted against Soren’s need to possess her was captivating.  The story moves quickly, but it is understandable as this is a collection of novellas.  The premise of the mating need of a Nephilim and an Incubus master gave the speed of the plot believability.  It was satisfying, and I enjoyed their chemistry and passion.  I really enjoyed how this story was linked to the subsequent ones, being the start of an overarching plot line for the novel as a whole. The next story, Boundless: House of Drohas, is the story of Javan and Naomi.  I enjoyed their story as well, especially as it added more to the overarching plot of the novel.  My curiosity was piqued by the background politics of the incubi.  I liked that we get glimpses of the overall world as we experience the journey between the main characters.  Javan and Naomi were an interesting couple and I enjoyed their unique story.  Though the mystery of Naomi’s sister’s murder was quickly resolved (mostly in the background), it did work as a way to introduce the pair and give them a purpose to be together.  Their chemistry and passion were palpable and I enjoyed their communication. The third story is Dauntless: House of Trevanion which tells the story of Cass and Lia.  Sadly, this was my least favorite story in the collection.  It was a bit clichéd with it being a retelling of...
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Sep
2

Review: Archangel’s Enigma by Nalini Singh

Review: Archangel’s Enigma by Nalini Singh Archangel’s Enigma Author: Nalini Singh Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Archangel’s Enigma picks up the story of angels, vampires, and Hunters roughly seven months after the conclusion of the previous book. Readers learn that Archangel Lijuan is, in fact, alive, yet not whole. Still viewing herself as a goddess, she seeks to act on a prophecy by killing one of the Ancients while he Sleeps. It is up to Raphael, with the help of Elena and his Seven, to prevent Lijuan from finding and harming Alexander. As a scholar and an expert in Sleeping Ancients, Andromeda is Raphael’s best bet to stop Lijuan. However, she is also Charisemnon’s granddaughter. (Charisemnon is the one who caused the Falling and a deadly vampire disease, and was aligned with Lijuan in the past). Since Andromeda has cut all family ties, Raphael trusts her and sends one of his Seven, Naasir, to protect her from Lijuan and assist her in her endeavors. When he meets Andromeda, Naasir, who has been on the hunt for his mate since the conclusion of the previous book, decides she may very well be his hidden mate. There are so many wonderful things about Archangel’s Enigma. Both the romantic storyline and over-arching plot of the brewing war between the Archangels, are entertaining and completely engrossing aspects of this tightly woven story. The two parts are well balanced, creating an almost perfect reading experience: urban fantasy action and intrigue together with a sensual paranormal love story. And once again, Ms. Singh proves how she is the master of character development. I’ll admit that I didn’t know how she’d be able to pull of a romance for Naasir. A little known and rarely seen member of the Seven, Naasir came across child-like, innocent, and almost feeble-minded in his actions and dialogue during the previous book. Yet at only the 12% mark of Archangel’s Enigma, I saw Naasir as a viable sexual being while maintaining his curious and innocent persona that made him feel childlike. Reading how his mind works and how he sees the world on a large scale and in ranging situations from lust to vengeance, sincerity to hurt, created a genuinely lovable character. Similarly, Ms. Singh creates the perfect match for Naasir in Andromeda. Both a scholar and a warrior, she understands and sees more than most others, and values Naasir for the person he is under the enigma of his species. She’s patient...
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Sep
1

Review: Lady of Magick by Sylvia Izzo Hunter

Review: Lady of Magick by Sylvia Izzo Hunter Lady of Magick Author: Sylvia Izzo Hunter Reviewer: Una Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Ms. Hunter has done it again!  I enjoyed this second installment in the hauntingly beautiful and mysterious Noctis Magicae series. Though Lady of Magick moves slowly, it is only because it is like a chess match; pieces slowly moved into position until you realize too late the trap you are in. As in the previous novel, Sophie and Grey move about in their latest adventure, while slowly the mystery and clues are building up around them. I love the slow burn mystery set within scenery and a world that is breathtakingly and hauntingly beautiful and rich.  The historic setting, mixed with the magic and history of the world, weave together such a rich background, it is mesmerizing.  However, for me, the language slowed down my reading speed, as it has the cadence and pace of a historic novel.  But in that, I enjoyed that my vocabulary has expanded in the exercise. The way the author can weave together the fantastic elements with the political intrigues, the mystery and the love/life affairs of the characters, is spellbinding.  There just so much to enjoy and appreciate in this series. Without giving anything away, I loved how the mystery meandered; the clues plainly visible, but due to the timing, easily overlooked.  The race to save Grey was gripping and nerve-wracking.  I also enjoyed the on-going political/romantic intrigue of Roland and Joanna.  There are some interesting cliffhangers in that realm, and I eagerly look forward to seeing how it eventually plays out.  I also hope we will see how Sophia’s other sister is faring.  Not to mention, what will Sophia and Grey stumble into next. It is difficult to discuss this novel without giving anything away.  But suffice to say; once I was able to slip back into the comfort of the language and the land, I was lost in the world.  I found it difficult to put down, as I eagerly wanted to know what was in store for Sophia and Grey.  I feel as if there is still so much left for them as they continue on striving for a happily-ever-after. Though I hope it is not the end, but just another milestone in this fascinating and gripping series, I enjoyed Lady of Magick.  If you enjoy historical mysteries within fantasy world, look no further and give the Noctis Magicae a try. My Rating:  A- Enjoyed...
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Aug
31

Review: The Highlander’s Bride by Amanda Forester

Review: The Highlander’s Bride by Amanda Forester The Highlander’s Bride Author: Amanda Forester Reviewer: Nima Rating: A+ What I’m Talking About: There are something like a million books out there (ok, I’m exaggerating, but there are a lot) that share the title or some variation of The Highlander’s Bride. We like our Scottish heroes and imagining what’s under—or not under—their kilts.  Come on now, Gerard Butler?  Richard Madden?  Sam Heughan? Kevin McKidd? *fans herself* So highlanders and their stubborn brides abound.  It’s almost its own genre.  I admit that I didn’t expect much from Amanda Forester’s version of this historical romance category, but I was very pleasantly surprised.  The Highlander’s Bride was, in a word, charming. Our Highlander in this case is Sir Gavin Patrick.  Think of Richard Madden now and sigh.  Picture him as your personal guard, spending his every waking moment trying to protect and take care of you. He is a knight of the highest moral character.  His only flaw is that always doing the right thing often means he’s in the middle of conflict, trying to right wrongs, fulfill duty, and keep his word.  In The Highlander’s Bride, Gavin’s duty is to see the Lady Marie Collette and her substantial dowry safely to Scotland and deliver her to the contractual fiancé her father has chosen for her.  This is the entire plot of the book.  You don’t need to read it to know what the main struggle is going to be.  For its simplicity, I normally wouldn’t even consider handing out an A+ rating, but Forester surprised me.  Gavin is only human, and the lengths to which he goes in trying to do the right thing made him entirely endearing. I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but my favorite moment in this book involved rope and a cold, wet night.  It was worthy of an award because in a predictable storyline, I didn’t see that particular moment coming. It would be easy not to like Collette.  She’s been raised as the daughter of nobility that she is, and she most definitely makes Gavin’s life difficult.  However, Forester deftly justifies her words and behavior.  She is a stubborn charge, but in the feisty, likable tradition of Maureen O’Hara, Sandra Bullock, and Julia Stiles.  She was sympathetic, not whiny and annoying.  With two such captivating main characters, I wanted to take the journey to Scotland with them. It was a rocky journey with thieves, enemy soldiers, war lords, madams, orphans, ladies-in-waiting, and...
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Aug
30

Sunday Snippet: Married Sex by Jesse Kornbluth

Sunday Snippet: Married Sex by Jesse Kornbluth  About the Book Married Sex  Author:  Jesse Kornbluth Publisher:   Open Road Media, Inc. Released:  August 25, 2015 Genre:  Contemporary Romance Author contact links:   Bio, Facebook, Website, Youtube Trailer Purchase links:  Amazon, Open Road Media Snippet “You want to get divorced—why?” It’s the first thing I ask new clients. Not out of curiosity, or to help me build their cases, but because . . . maybe they shouldn’t. Most matrimonial lawyers, like most other professionals, choose their trade for the fees. Clients enter, on a conveyor belt, married; they leave, sheared of a few illusions, divorced. The trick is to make that happen in the greatest number of billable hours but with the fewest possible strokes. Some matrimonial lawyers still have ideals. They’ll get you unhitched, but first they’ll test you to see if there’s still life in your marriage. Like first-stage marriage counselors. I’m in that group. I listen to my clients’ stories, and when I hear descriptions of marriages that are retrievable, I encourage these women to try couples therapy. They wonder why. The husband doesn’t listen, he has disgusting habits, he pays no attention to the kids, how can anyone stay married to a man like this? Yes, I say, he’s a slob, a jerk. But please notice there’s something you don’t complain about, and that’s sex. If you’re still having sex, you can save the marriage. If the sex has gone, it’s over. A woman laments that her husband has become her “best friend,” and the euphemism tells me all I need to know. “Friend” is what’s left when the sex goes. So that’s a dead marriage. A woman says she’s learned to schedule her husband’s desire for sex: “one night on, two nights off.” She doesn’t need to say more. For her, sex is an obligation that can’t be ignored but can be managed. And that’s a dead marriage. A woman complains that her husband has a lover, but she doesn’t complain about the lover to him, or get interested in his interests, or buy hot lingerie. For her, it’s a relief that he strays. Another dead marriage. And then there’s roommate marriage. Victoria calls this condition “low batt,” meaning low sexual battery, no erotic sparks. The husband’s nights are about the flat screen; weekends mean the golf course. His wife? A client told me, speaking for many, “No man has ever given me as much pleasure as I get slapping my Amex card down on a...
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Aug
29

Blog Tour + Excerpt: Midnight Hunter by Kait Ballenger

Blog Tour + Excerpt: Midnight Hunter by Kait Ballenger Today we are celebrating the upcoming release of Midnight Hunter by Kait Ballenger. To celebrate, Kait is sharing an exclusive excerpt with you all… Excerpt: As soon as Grandma Grey rounded the corner, and they had both wished her good-night and sweet dreams, Shane started in on her again. “So what’s up? You’re not acting normal.” Not acting normal? That was when her brain lost all ability to function just as her mouth opened like a floodgate. “Of course I’m not acting normal. Maybe I could act normal and think straight if you’d put some damn clothes on. It’s…it’s distracting.” Deep down, though, she hoped the white towel precariously perched on his hips would come off, rather than him putting something else on. He set the brownie he’d been eating back down on the cooling rack with a frown. “Sorry, I wouldn’t have thought it would bother you, considering how little clothing you wear on a daily basis.” Her jaw dropped. He did not just say that. “Excuse me? Are you calling me a slut?” Anger bubbled beneath her skin, mixing with her already-hot desire into a dangerous and explosive mash-up. Shaking his head, he stepped a foot closer. His large lean frame towered over her. “No, I’m not, but I’m saying that you’d be surprised how hard it is to concentrate when you come waltzing into my classroom wearing one of your skirts that’s meant to fit a Barbie doll.” He reached out and tugged on the short hem of her plaid miniskirt. “So you of all people finding my bare skin distracting, after I’ve showered in my own home, is a bit laughable.” The weight of his fist still pulled against her skirt. One good yank and the plaid mini-skirt would be around her ankles. About the Book: Occult specialist and witch hunter Dr. Shane Grey is called upon to investigate a string of crimes that bear all the hallmarks of black magic. But he can’t take on this daunting assignment for the Execution Underground alone. He’ll need the help of Vera Sanders, a witch with a dark past—and a woman who disturbs him as much as she intrigues him.  Vera is determined to ignore the dangerous chemistry between herself and Shane so she can prove her loyalty to his cause; otherwise she risks the wrath of the Execution Underground once again. If she can’t make Shane trust her, they won’t stand a chance in hell of defeating...
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Aug
28

#FitReaders Check-In: August 28, 2015

#FitReaders Check-In: August 28, 2015 Welcome to #FitReaders!! Felicia the Geeky Blogger and I are super excited to be co-hosting this fitness-oriented group during 2015. For the months of July – September 2015, Felicia will be hosting the official check-ins. This is my weekly check-in post where I share about my week, and I hope you share about yours as well. You can also catch Felicia’s weekly check-in HERE. If you have a weekly check-in blog post or put your updates on any social media site, please leave a link to your check-in posts in the comment section, below. Or, if you want to use this post as your weekly check-in, leave a comment telling us how your week went! My Week: My week was decent. I’m kind of in a holding pattern. A week ago, I only had 4,088 steps all day – my lowest since I’ve been tracking, but the rest of the week was pretty good. And while I ate a lot over the weekend (anniversary dinner out and a many-hours, catered baby shower), I did a pretty good job Monday-Wednesday, but too much again on Thursday. We’ll see how things go once the kids go back to school (next week) and I go back to work (after Labor Day). Excuses… we all make them. What are the ones you use most often? I thought maybe I’d try and address some of the more common “reasons why I don’t exercise” over the next month, but I need your help… tell me what your excuses are in the comments. My Movement*: Friday: no exercise, 4,088 steps/day Saturday: 53 minutes walking, 10,139 steps/day Sunday: 43 minutes walking, 10,741 steps/day Monday: 47 minutes walking, 11,678 steps/day Tuesday: 35 minutes walking, 12,703 steps/day Wednesday: 40 minutes walking, 12,009 steps/day Thursday: 51 minutes Body Flow + 67 minutes walking, 12,104 steps/day * I track two different goals. The first goal is a timed duration of exercise – moving with the intent to raise my heart rate and get in some cardiovascular work. This is what I’m mean when I say “45 minutes walking.” The second goal is total daily steps. This is from my Fitbit, which measures all steps from 12:00AM – 11:59PM, exercise included. Questions for YOU! How was your week? Did you hit any milestones? Try a new food or workout? Celebrate your week with...
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Aug
27

Listen Up! Nice Girls Don’t… #Audiobook Review Part 2

Listen Up! Nice Girls Don’t… #Audiobook Review Part 2 Welcome to my weekly feature that focuses on audiobooks. It’s time to… What I’m Listening To: Title: Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men Author: Molly Harper Narrator: Amanda Ronconi Audio Speed: 1.25x Series: Jane Jameson #2 Genre: Paranormal Romance, Contemporary Chick-Lit Source: purchased/Audible Audiobook Review: Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men picks up the story of Jane Jameson’s newly turned vampire life shortly after the conclusion of the previous book. Listeners discover that Jane’s BFF, Zeb, and his beloved, Joelene, are getting married, and Jane is the maid of honor. We also discover that Jane and her mom have found some sort of peace, but that her sister is suing her. The book generally follows the day-to-day going-ons of Jane’s crazy life, tossing in Jane’s familiar humor and quirky observations. Overall, I enjoyed the second offering in the Jane Jameson series. I love Jane’s snark and the general humorous mood of the story. Jane’s life is one crazy event after another, and generally, she handles everything with a sense of humor and a few tears. However, both Jane’s and Zeb’s family are overly cruel, making some of the story difficult to digest with the lightness intended in the story. Jane’s grandmother and sister are outrageous and mean. The same goes with Zeb’s mom, Ginger, who does everything and more to get Zeb and Jane together. It got to the point where I could no longer listen to her manipulations; they went beyond outrageous and straight into despicable. Although Jane handles herself with her typical sarcasm, it got to the point of annoying, and I was frustrated at how much Jane put up with. Don’t get me wrong, I really did like the book, and fortunately, those scenes weren’t as numerous as the good ones. I did like seeing Jane learn how to maneuver in the vampire world and learn to stand up more for herself. I also liked seeing her somewhat odd romance with her sire Gabriel evolve and grow. My favorite parts of the book were those interactions between Jane and her boss/surrogate-grandfather, Mr. Wainwright. Additionally, I found Dick Cheney to be my favorite character as he matures just enough to be lovable but retains his core personally. Amanda Ronconi turns in another excellent portrayal as Jane, along with the host of other southern characters. She nails both the charm of a southern lady, as well as the guilt of the southern mama. And the few things that slightly bothered...
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Aug
27

Review + #Giveaway : Broken Play by Samantha Kane

Review + #Giveaway : Broken Play by Samantha Kane Broken Play Author: Samantha Kane Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C What I’m Talking About: Broken Play is the first book in a new erotic romance series by Samantha Kane. The series follows the players of the fictional Birmingham Rebels NFL expansion team. Cass Zielinski, captain of the Rebels, leads this team full of misfits and has-beens who know this is their last chance to make it. Beau Perez, Cass’s best friend, is a recovering addict. Cass will do anything to protect his friend, and the pair do EVERYTHING together. The final piece of Broken Play’s menage is Marian Treadwell, the Rebels new female assistant coach. Marian has many secrets, including the fact that her father is a famous college coach. While Broken Play holds a lot of promise, it was more about hot and erotic sex scenes than a lot of substance. It is a menage romance, and there is some emotional growth and development between Cass, Beau, and Marian, but it’s mostly framed by sex. There are promising external dynamics… like a last-chance football team looking to make its mark and a female coach in a male-dominated profession. However these side stories get little attention, and there is no plot development to go along with them. Additionally, conflict in the form of a homophobic player comes up once, yet is never addressed again. If these aspects of the book had been developed more, I think the book would have been stronger. What the book does have going for it are super erotic, multi-partner sex scenes. However, I feel it necessary to give a small warning to those “no lube” critics, lube is never once mentioned during the rear-entrance scenes. Additionally, the mention of condom use is sporadic and inconsistent. Regardless of the condom and lube issues, the scenes are very hot, and while they are going on, I can mostly forget my concerns over the professional relationship aspect. However, the fact is these people are teammates and she is a coach, so it did bother me. My biggest issue with the entire book is the portrayal of Marian as a coach. I get that she has massive demons to exorcise. I understand that she’s non-conventional and has spent her whole like suppressing who she is. I have no issues with her desires and applaud her journey of self-discovery and acceptance. However, she is one of the team’s assistant coaches, which should come with job standards and an expectation...
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Aug
26

Review: Blood Sky by Traci L. Slatton

Review: Blood Sky by Traci L. Slatton Blood Sky Author: Traci L. Slatton Reviewers: Gikany and Una Rating: B- What We’re Talking About: When we started The After series, it was a trilogy, but as book three ended, it was obvious that the trilogy had turned into a series.  Gikany and Una thought that the fourth book, Blood Sky, would be the end of the story.  It is not; it is a transitional novel that sets up another novel. Blood Sky flowed well even though it languished a bit in some parts.  Although many of the stops along Emma’s journey were necessary to the overall plot, some of them could have been cut.  We understand that in the After, they are traveling by horse and it takes a lot of time to get across long distances.  We do not need it illustrated in such a detailed manner.  It would have been nicer if some of the traveling were summarized while the story moved more quickly to the next milestone. This novel began and ended with Emma in the same place.  That is not to say that it was not engaging and that nothing happened.  Along the way Emma does confront Haywood and, though it isn’t surprising how it ends, there is some hope for Emma and her relationship with her children.  We continue to hope that if Emma can complete the mission she has chosen, she will succeed in eradicating the deadly mists from the Earth.  We wish that Emma would start to toughen up a bit more in her thinking.  In the After, she has got to understand that she does have a choice.  Even when the choices are between awful and horrible, there is still a choice.  Emma needs to learn to accept the responsibility for her choices and stop claiming she didn’t have a choice. One aspect that we continue to struggle with is Emma and her two love interests: her husband Haywood and her seemingly soul mate Arthur.  We struggle because Haywood continues to demonstrate he is a selfish and cruel man, even though we can understand his heartache at Emma’s adulterous relationship with Arthur.  Although we can see that her relationship with Haywood is over, we don’t quite understand why she hasn’t had a discussion with him regarding how to end it and keep a relationship with her children.  We dislike Arthur and can’t seem to understand why Emma is compelled to be with him.  Arthur is arrogant and deluded.  We...
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Aug
26

Author Guest Post + #Giveaway: Marina Adair

Author Guest Post + #Giveaway: Marina Adair Marina Adair In celebration of her new release, A Taste of Sugar, Marina Adair is here to share her some of her favorite romance tropes. Please help me welcome her to That’s What I’m Talking About! Top 5 favorite romance tropes Enemies to Lovers. There is so much natural conflict that comes when two people who can’t stand each other—and also can’t seem to keep their hands off each other. Best Friend’s Sister/Brother. Nothing is nobler than walking away from the one person you want, but can’t have. And nothing is more heroic, and down right sexy, than when a man says screw the consequences and goes after the girl. It creates a complex hero who I always find myself rooting for. Friends to Lovers. When characters have a history, it makes finding the motivation for “why now” that much harder. It also makes that story that much more compelling, and their HEA that much more romantic. Fish Out of Water. Taking a big city girl and tossing her into a small town makes for a fun, funny, and flirty read. Especially when she’s paired with a small town, country boy who likes to ruffle her fancy, faux feathers. The One Who Got Away. This is my all time favorite trope, and happens to be what Charlotte is for Jace is my newest release A TASTE OF SUGAR. Only Charlotte can’t get too far since it turns out she’s still married to the wildest of the McGraw brothers. I love stories that explore second chances at first love, because the obstacles are always bigger, the emotions run deeper, and the hero and heroine will rip your heart out before they figure out how to find their HEA. About the Book: A TASTE OF SUGAR by Marina Adair (August 25, 2015; Forever Mass Market; Sugar, Georgia #3) A blast from her past… Charlotte Holden, Sugar’s favorite pediatrician, knows better than anyone that love only leads to heartbreak. Instead, she’s focused on creating the Grow Clinic, an outpatient center for children. All she has to do now is to host the best Founder’s Day Parade in the history of Sugar, Georgia, to win over a big-city donor. Easy as peach pie. Then sexy Jace McGraw blows back into town and utters those three words every woman dreads: we’re still married. …leads to tantalizing trouble Jace McGraw was making an offer on his dream business in Atlanta when he was told that...
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