Jennifer has finally turned her life
around. She is divorced from the monster, her New Age shop is
doing well (even if she isnít a believer, it still sells
well), and she is finally confident that she is going to be
able to keep her beach house. Things are going well enough
she is just finishing her first erotic romance, and hopes that
once her ex-brother-in-law reads it she will find out if he is
as interested in her as she is in him.
Shawn is stunned to find out that
Jennifer, the woman he has lusted after for years, is writing
medieval lust and suspense. He knows he is younger than she
is and because of this he is sure that she is out of his
league but no one else has ever held a candle to her in his
mind. When Shawn reads her story he is stunned, it is almost
as if Jennifer has written about him, calling him Simon and
herself Gwyneth. Could his dreams really be coming true?
Will he be able to approach her with his suspicions?
I found Unholy Vows to be
an intriguing story from the standpoint that it was a story
within a story. The author used a story written by the
heroine to be the catalyst for her to finally tell her
ex-brother-in-law how she really felt, without having to come
right out and say it. The overall story is very imaginative.
I enjoyed the characters in both stories and found the
dialogue to be sexy and fun. Unholy Vows is a
good blend of both the Contemporary and Historical Romance