If you like the same type of rom-com plot, with love and sexual desire at first look, then this is right up your alley.
Chosen at Nightfall, the fifth book in her New York Times bestselling Shadow Falls young adult paranormal series written under the name C. It was all too similar, so too boring for me to finish.
Jason, a consummate playboy with a heart of gold, even if it's a little tarnished makes it his business to keep Sue safe and figure out who is behind the threats that Sue has been receiving--threats straight out of her latest novel!
Very good read with quite a few chuckles, a colorful cast of characters, some quite literally(a busty fruit color wearing, merlot loving Mama and a pink cadillac driving widow) and a handsome brave hero with a soft spot for kittens, what more could you be looking for in a contemprary romance?
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Now, if she can just keep them both alive and him out of jail . And as an added bonus, you'll also get a look at the first four chapters of Reborn, the first book in the YA paranormal series Shadow Falls: After Dark, that Christie is writing as C. Texas Hold ' Em, the next book in her humorous romantic suspense trilogy, is available now. And Reborn, the first book in her new Shadow Falls: After Dark series, is available now. His response would be: "Don't you have some books to read?Jason was a love them and leave them type of man, who did not do relationships.Growing up in foster care, being shuttled from one home to the next, he never expected to find someone who would ever just want him for himself. I probably shouldn't write a review right now because I'm still feeling a little rage-licous. And it makes the person who demands to come along look extra special stupid. This one was a good, fluff read, bit of escapism, competent writing and story line. Review by: Mrs Joseph on March 12, 2012 : I don't know what to say. I enjoyed the characters and - while some of the story was a little..the top - a lot of it was just great. I really hate it when non-trained people demand to be taken on a dangerous activity. I hate it sooo much because it is only a plot mover and it's beyond obvious.