‘Cuffs and Coffee Breaks’by
Julie Kay has bad luck with dates and
Valentine’s Day. This year has to be different, doesn’t it?
‘Cuffs and Coffee Breaks’ is
vintage MaryJanice Davidson. I really don’t thinks she
could write anything that didn’t make me laugh. Poor Julie
has hopes for her date, but things don’t turn out as
expected. It could be for the best because Scott Wythe is
just was Cupid ordered.
‘A “No Drama” Valentine’s’ by
Jocelyn Jefferson and her friends are
going to have a party for themselves on Valentine’s Day so
they don’t have to worry about being disappointed by men,
only to have the party broken up by the police.
‘A “No Drama” Valentine’s’ is a
cute story, but I felt the dialogue between the friends was
forced. I loved the characters and the story. Ray is just
want Jocelyn needs and I’m glad he was there to bust up the
party giving her an unexpected chance at romance.
‘Valentine Survivor’ by Susanna
Shanna Murphy has a plan and nothing
can go wrong. This will be the perfect Valentine’s Day, or
‘is a story of if it can go wrong, it will. Shanna wants
everything to be perfect, but she doesn’t realize just what
perfect is. It will take an ex to help her figure it out
and let her know that every day can be romantic, not just
Valentine’s Day is Killing Me
is a fun and light romance that sets just the right tone for
a great Valentine’s Day. Based on these three stories I
would pick up books by these other authors. I already love
MaryJanice Davidson and just added Leslie Esdaile and
Susanna Carr to my read list.