About the book:
Pucker up on the most romantic day of the year with three debut contemporary authors and their tales of romance, seduction, and Elvis?
She’s got a hot new makeover . . . and a boss to seduce! For prim and proper Ryan Ashton, sexy has always been an elusive quality. But with a little help from a new friend, she just might snag the one man who can set her seductive side loose in Codi Gary’s The Trouble With Sexy.
Stuck in a king-size suite with a sexy man . . . What more could a girl want? But for Julie Dillon, being snowed in at an Elvis-themed Memphis hotel with Luke Pearce can’t mean anything but trouble. Too close for comfort gets close enough to taste in Cheryl Harper’s Love Me Tender.
Her best friend’s brother is shaking up her Valentine’s Day! Katie Quinn just wanted to spend the day watching Jurassic Park and eating chocolate. She certainly had no intention of running into Logan Cross—or running for her life! Suddenly caught in the crosshairs of danger, Katie and Logan must get together to find a way out in Jaclyn Hatcher’s Love, Guns, and Heart-Shaped Chocolate.
I loved this anthology. It’s the perfect read for February and only $1.99. All three stories are written by new authors and I will definitely be reading whatever they write next.
The Trouble With Sexy by Codi Gary – This was a friend to lovers and a makeover story. There is fantastic chemistry between the couple and I loved the fact that the hero wasn’t just attracted to the heroine post-makeover. The makeover was really for her – not him.
Love Me Tender by Cheryl Harper – This was my least favorite of the three stories, but I still really enjoyed it. I didn’t like the way the heroine kept talking about how big she was. The hero liked her the way she was (and tells her many, many times). I did really enjoy that Luke turns the tables on Julie. Instead of the hero groveling and coming up with the “grand gesture” it is the heroine!
Love, Guns, and Heart-Shaped Chocolate by Jaclyn Hatcher – This romantic suspense is action-packed and very romantic. I loved Logan and Katie. All Katie wanted was to watch Jurassic Park, eat chocolate, and drink wine. Instead she ends up running from crazy people with guns, making out with her best friend’s brother, and realizing that Valentine’s Day might not be so bad after all.
the book girl gives KISS ME: An Avon Books Anthology a 4/5
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