Author : Genie Davis & Linda Marr
Release Date : February 24th, 2014
Source : *eARC from Entangled Publishing*
Goodreads Description :
Erotic romance writer Jenna Brooks lives an ordinary life in a quiet Oregon town, putting her sensual heart into her fiction rather than her everyday life. Deeply involved in her latest story about glamorous lovers on the run, she laughs off a carnival gypsy’s prediction that she’ll find everything she desires “between the sheets”—apparently those her DeskJet is printing. Because suddenly, Jenna finds herself drawn into her own stories, literally. When the seductive, mysterious Riley Stone rescues her from an attempted hit and run, she’s plunged into a reckless, wild relationship unlike anything she’s ever experienced—except on paper.
Meanwhile, Riley is feeling pretty upended himself. A specialist consultant with the FBI, he’s on a mission to derail a drug king-pin whose wealth and extensive real estate is managed by Jenna’s neighbor, he’d planned to ingratiate himself with Jenna just enough to gain access to her neighbor’s apartment so he can keep a close eye on his comings and goings. Instead, he finds himself not only drawn to Jenna, but falling for her, hard. On the heels of this realization comes the discovery that her new neighbor didn’t move in next door by chance: her father is the last hold-out against a drug-money fueled billion dollar development scheme and her neighbor plans to take and hold Jenna hostage until the necessary papers are signed.
As Riley struggles to keep Jenna safe, the romance they’ve woven could force them to pay the ultimate price: admitting they’ve fallen in love—for real.
The book was OK to me. It had a good story line but I felt it lacked in some area's. The romance between Jenna and Riley was lacking. They were obviously attracted to each other but she keep comparing him to the guys in the romance novels she writes. That was cute at the beginning but after awhile it got aggravating. They were moving things way to fast.
Jenna was a very trusting naive girl. I found that in some parts of the book I just wanted to punch her and tell her how big of an idiot she was being. Other times I actually did like her. I liked her most at the end of the book. She was actually willing to fight and I like that she didn't just set on her butt and do nothing.
Riley, was an enjoyable character. I didn't love him, but I also didn't hate him. I liked that he wanted to save Jenna. I also thought that Jenna could cut him some slack about him lying to her. He did save her life.
*About the Author*
Genie Davis is a multi-published novelist and produced screen and television writer. New releases include the mystery thriller Marathon, the romantic suspense of Executive Impulse, and, co-written with Linda Marr, more romantic suspense inBetween the Sheets. Past releases: the noir flavored romantic suspense of The Model Man received the Road to Romance Reviewer's Choice Award; a second humor infused mystery, Five O'Clock Shadow, was released both in the U.S. and in multi-country foreign markets. Her erotic romance novella Rodeo Man, written under the name Nikki Alton in The Cowboy anthology, won a Romance Writer's of America Passionate Plume award. Her first novel was a literary noir, Dreamtown.
In film, her screen work spans a variety of genres from supernatural thriller to romantic drama, family, teen, and comedy. A member of the Writer's Guild of America, she's written on staff for ABC-TV's Port Charles; written, produced, and directed reality programming and documentaries for TLC, Lifetime, PBS, and HGTV, as well as numerous television commercials and corporate videos, and the independent film, Losing Hope.
She's also written hundreds of articles on travel, love, writing, child-rearing, cooking, real estate, security, technology and more; ghostwrites novels, non-fiction, and scripts; and teaches writing and film-making workshops.
Genie grew up in Maryland, but considers herself a Southern California native. She has two great and mostly grown kids. Favorite activities: road trips all across the country, hanging out at the beach, long walks, watching her cats destroy the furniture, working on great books together with talented television and film writer Linda Marr.
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