Sun, Sand, Sex
Linda Lael Miller One Last WeekendCollege sweethearts Teague and Joanna Darby are on the brink of divorce. But when a ferry strike leaves them stranded at their beloved beach cottage, falling for each other all over again makes for one steamy getaway... Shelly Laurenston My Kind of TownDeputy... show more
Linda Lael Miller One Last WeekendCollege sweethearts Teague and Joanna Darby are on the brink of divorce. But when a ferry strike leaves them stranded at their beloved beach cottage, falling for each other all over again makes for one steamy getaway... Shelly Laurenston My Kind of TownDeputy Kyle Treharne hates Yankees--especially exotically beautiful ones like Emma Lucchesi who show up in his seaside North Carolina town. But if the sexy New Yorker's got a few tricks up her sleeve, so does the lawman. Something's gotta give... Jennifer Apodaca You Give Love a Good NameWhen wedding planner Lexie Rollins defended herself (with a staple gun) against a sleazy groom, who knew the assault and battery charges would stick? Now Lexie's running from gorgeous bounty hunter Nick Vardolous, who always gets his woman--every which way imaginable... "Linda Lael Miller creates vibrant characters and stories I defy you to forget." --Debbie Macomber
Publish date: June 1st 2007
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Long Island Coven (#1)
A bit... Ok, usually I prefer my anthology to have a recognizable theme...other than the title. Or at least to be all in the same sub-genre. The LLM - a second chance romance. The H/h are negotiating a divorce. The h has spent however many years they've been married essentially doing nothing to ro...
I just got this for the Shelly Laurenston story (and that's the only one I read). This was disappointing. I didn't think this had the humor I'm used to. I didn't like Kyle, he was too Alpha asshole, possessive, etc.
Of course Shelly Laurenston's story gets five stars. But the other two stories - meh, no rhyme nor reason as to why they were chosen to round out this book, very average and don't live up to the high standard set by Shelly's novella.
I love the re-release I lent out my first copy to a friend and never got it back so I was very happy to get the new cover to go with it! The stories were hot and I had a great time reading this book next to the pool!
I only read the first story, and could barely wrap my head around the name Teague. Not a bad story, nothing really new here though