Tired of being fixed-up, and because she needs a love interest to solidify her position at work, a female lawyer and her contractor engage in a fake relationship.
Jenny Colgan’s first book in her Little Beach Street Bakery series.
Polly fleeing a toxic relationship finds an affordable, if terribly delapiidated, apartment above an abandoned bakery on an island with only a few year round residents.
This book looks at Asperger’s Syndrome through the eyes of the person who has it: the brilliant geneticist, Don. When he meets Rosie it challenges how he manages life.
Bennett’s characters learn there are no guarantees in life in this hockey lovers’ love story.
Secrets, magic and loves of the past and present collide in a small town in the American South.
Mal, the off-the-wall drummer for Stage Dive, meets the perfect girl for him. Can things work out for the couple with her difficult past and his tragic present?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Steamy Romance • Tags: alarm system, Berkley, Contemporary Romance, hostage, Island, Penguin, police, PTSD, summer, tourists, Virginia Kantra, writer
A Counselor with PTSD and a needy family must get past her writer’s block. A trip to Dare Island for some peace and quiet is just the thing. She ends up with some entirely different things going on — like a sexy police chief.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Romance/Erotica • Tags: Berkley, Contemporary Romance, country store, Diner, family, maple syrup, Marie Force, Moose, Penguin, small town, steamy romance, vermont
A hot CFO falls for a waitress in small town Vermont. His many siblings, his parents and even a moose get in on the action.
A Billionaire, his secretary, and his grandfather’s last will and testament cross paths in Las Vegas.
by fangswandsfairy • 2015 Reading Challenges, Book Review Fiction, Something Completely Different! • Tags: book vixen, challenges, Contemporary Romance, delighted reader, Literary Pickers, scavenger hunt
I swore I wasn’t going to do any challenges this year. But I don’t know why I felt that way. In the end, I chose two challenges and I am psyched!