First, thanks to Laurel Cremant for inviting me to participate in this wicked, wicked event, and thanks to both RaeLynn Blue and Laurel for organizing it! I’m supposed to tell you what makes a night hot and romantic for me — and I’m sure you’re dying to know (snort). I’m a non-demanding kind of girl, so I don’t require a lot to make me happy. Simple thoughtfulness usually works for me. If a man is all freshly showered and he’s cleared the house of everyone but him and me AND he’s cooked something delicious for me, then I’m putty in his hands. That’s it. Uncomplicated. Though I wouldn’t say no to them, I don’t need candles, flowers or even wine. Just him.
As for reading material…well…I have three suggestions that will definitely get you in the mood for a hot, romantic night with your honey! Click on the pictures to find out more about the books.
My first choice is Milk & Honey by Roslyn Hardy Holcomb. This book is incredibly good! And isn’t that cover gorgeous?
Summary: When a massive land development deal brings together high-powered dealmaker Cypher Lawrence and latter day hippie goat herder Jacinto Blakemore the last thing either expects is an explosive attraction that leaves them desperate for more.
Next up is I Hadn’t Anyone ‘Til You by Janet Eckford. My God, Edward Ambrose is awesome!
Summary: Edward Ambrose isn’t particularly sure how morally reprehensible a man had to be to entertain thoughts of sex at a funeral but when faced with endless legs, perfect skin and a mouth that is criminally wicked, can he really be condemned? He is, however, pretty certain that every secretive fantasy he’s had over the years about friend and former classmate Mia Peyton has somehow snowballed into something major, something incredible, illogical and terrifying in the wake of her adoptive grandmother’s death. It’s something that he can’t let go of.
My last choice is one of my own because…well, because it’s sexy and it’s mine, and it’s good!
Summary: Kendra and Sloan have been together for four years — four wonderful, delightfully sex-filled and happy years. No, the years haven’t been without their hurdles. Said hurdles, however, are not enough to stop the two lovebirds from planning their wedding. Kendra thinks the obstacles have mostly been because of her fear that Sloan will leave her, as her father had her mother and her. She tries to stem the neurotic flow but sometimes….well, she just can’t. And it’s those few times that land them in trouble.
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