Still Mr. and Mrs. by Janelle Denison
Rachel Hudson and Luke Kincaid fell in
love while attending high school in Las Vegas. On a whim one
night, they decided to get married in one of Vegas’ many
chapels. Even though the two loved each other very much,
Rachel’s controlling father didn’t take kindly to the
marriage. He arranged for an annulment and moved the family to
New York City.
Eight years later, Rachel is back in
Vegas to tell Luke that their annulment was never filed, and
that they’re still married. She’s brought papers for him to
sign, which he says he will do. After Rachel spends the
weekend with him.
Still Mr. and Mrs. is an
erotic tale of two lovers torn apart, and coming back together
again. I loved both Rachel and Luke and the combustible way
they fit together. This story is scorching hot, and a very
Tempt Me, Tease Me, Thrill Me by Tina
Cait Campbell is a lawyer who is about to
be appointed as a judge. As part of a charity event, she is
also about to be auctioned off for a date with the highest
bidder. Det. Sean Logan spent one night with Cait after his
brother’s wedding to her cousin, then she slipped away.
Sean doesn’t want Cait to slip away this
time. He attends the auction and wins his date with Cait. But
he makes her wait two weeks, building up the tension between
the two of them. Will they have another one night stand, or
will they decide that they love each other, and want to stay
Tempt Me, Tease Me, Thrill Me
certainly lives up to its name. The tension between Cait and
Sean is strong, but at times I became more than a little
annoyed with the angst between them and Cait’s failure to
really see Sean.
But the ending of the story absolutely
thrilled me and made me laugh out loud, causing my frustration
to disappear. This is a fun tale that readers will want to
follow to its satisfying conclusion.
The Invitation by Sharon Cullars
Defense attorney Jeralyn gets a strange
package one day. An invitation to an “event,” accompanied by a
single red rose. When a man calls to see if she’ll be
attending, she tells him no. That invitation opens a world
that Jeralyn has forgotten. That world includes a past where
her parents were killed in a house fire, and Jeralyn was
involved with two brothers, Adrian and Amil.
Jeralyn is not sure she wants to remember
the past, but Amil is determined that she will, and that she
will die because of it. And Adrian is bound and determined to
Utterly original and completely
engrossing, The Invitation delves into a woman’s
past and the way that it intrudes on her present. I was drawn
in from page one, and couldn’t let go. The characters are
beautifully written, and the story crafted in a manner as to
keep the reader entranced. Once again, Sharon Cullars has
trilled me with a story of love, deception and redemption. I
highly advise reading this tale.