But when Taylor arrives, B. J.'s loyalties become divided between the hotel and staff and the hot, torrid kisses that she and Taylor share.
©1982 Nora Roberts (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
"Her stories have fueled the dreams of twenty-five million readers." (Entertainment Weekly)
This falls right in with my favorites! The humor and sexual tension compliments the characters and just leaves you with a smile on your face.
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Both main characters are great, but Ms Plummer did such an excellent job with inflections, I loved her voice changes from the southern accent of the cook, to the seductive tones of Taylor Reynolds.
All they did was argue!!! Shallow plot, story was hard to follow because I kept waiting for them to get to a valid point. The author could have done so much more with this book and made it into something that would have actually been worth reading!
No...just perhaps this author.
OMG...I'm sorry - the entire thing!!
What a waste of time. :(
I work in the field of scientific research by day, and I write the rest of the time. My nonfiction historical articles appear in numerous magazines. I am presently working on a contemporary and a paranormal romance.
Yes, in that I read different authors to learn to write better. No, because I think this author's male character was stuck in an earlier era, at odds with a contemporary plot. Men who treat the girl like that now don't get the girl.
Probably not for awhile. Many of her books are similar.
This narrator, though pleasant, sometimes over-inflects.
A less obnoxious male protagonist.
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