“Thief of Hearts” by MaryJanice
Dr. Jared Dean would never consider the
ER boring, and definitely not after investing a loud crash
and finding a petite blonde taking down a 200-pound man.
When the blonde spies him, she makes eye contact – enough
for him to know she was the only woman he would ever love –
and then runs.
All Kara had wanted to do was to escape
from the stupid mafia boss. Just because she'd seen
something she shouldn't have, he's had it out for her ever
since. Now that she's kicked his ass, he's going to be even
more hell-bent on finding her and silencing her. Forever.
“Thief of Hearts”
was a fun story that kept me on the edge of my seat
wanting more. I normally prefer my heroes alpha, but Dr.
Dean is cute and hysterical, and won my heart. He and Kara
were so utterly perfect together that I had a smile on my
face throughout most of this story. “Thief of Hearts”
was a refreshing change from all the 'saving the world, but
having sex while we do it' books that I've read lately.
There is sex -hot sex, and some saving Dr. Dean from being
killed, but the main focus is on Kara and Jared, and their
budding relationship. I truly loved his dream and would read
this book again and again just for that scene.
“Wild Hearts” by MaryJanice Davidson
Frustrated at the lack of clothing in
real women's size, Kat leaves the mall and retreats to her
car, only to find someone stealing it. Not about to give up
her car so easily, Kat jumps on the hood and proceeds to try
to do a Citizen's Arrest.
He had a job to do, and dealing with a
crazy psycho who would confront a thief, try to arrest him,
then kidnap him and lock him in her trunk was definitely not
what he'd signed up for. Shame she was utterly gorgeous and
“Wild Hearts” is a
hysterical ride. Kat had me laughing through almost the
entire book. Poor Chess could do no more than get swept
right along, but he didn't seem to mind. My only complaint
was that the story moved on quickly, and without all the
falling in love I'd have preferred to read about.
For good fun stories that will make you
laugh out loud, you definitely should read Doing It
Right by MaryJanice Davidson. The characters in each
book compliment each other well, and the humor is worth
mentioning yet again.