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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Monthly Book review


Overtime in the Boss's Bed by Nicola Marsh.

If you aren't a Mills and Boon reader that's okay, i wasn't in the past. They are a fantastic quick read. Right to the story, good characters, great story line, all about passion and heart and conflict - well depending on the line you choose of course :)

I just love Nicola Marsh. Her stories are fun, fast paced and... well you just have to read them to know what it is! She has that something about her stories that, despite the small size of the book, they really pack a punch!
I am traditionally a single title lover - you know the 100,000+ word novel. But her books are fantastic and this one...man!
Starr and Callum are hot, sassy and so good together you root for them right from page one! Go and buy it, you won't regret it!!

What did you read this month that you just have to gush about?

8 comments:

  1. *gasp* K! Where's my badge?? You not only are amongst the 1st 100 you were number 1!! C'mon now *grin*
    But that names sounds really familiar, does she have a blog?

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  2. Hi,

    Hee hee, the thing with HM&B "Presents", those that I purchase go in my ensuite: quick read material!

    For reading I go for doorstop romantic sagas!

    best
    F

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  3. Martha Stewart Homecare Handbook. It is really good. 700 pages. That is my principle one.

    I am also plodding through Mountains of Antrana and book twelve of the Wheel of Time.

    I’ll recommend Overtime to my wife again, to see if it makes it onto her radar.

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  4. Kerrin, thanks so much for your fab review!

    I'm so glad you enjoyed reading this book as much as I did writing it :)

    It's one of my faves.

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  5. I certainly do have a blog, Nicole.

    'Romance, Rumours and Rogues' http://www.nicolamarsh.blogspot.com

    Drop by :)

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  6. Francine,
    I'm a 'doorstop' reader myself but it's always nice to have a quick read around too :)

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  7. Hope OITBB makes it onto your wife's radar again :)

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