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Adam and E-V-E by Bridget Midway ($1.99) - Lieutenant Adam B'Luven wants to protect the last few Earth inhabitants without the aid of a machine like E.V.E. that's making the human Army obsolete. But in order to save the humans, he'll have to drop his prejudices ... and his pants.
Adored by Shawn Bailey ($1.99) - After spending two years in a mental facility, can Desi rejoin his friends in Desire and reach superstardom, or does he still have fears of being in a gay relationship with Charlie?
After Hours by Marie Rochelle ($1.99) - Jametria Collins loves writing romance novels that make her female fans' fantasy men come true, but she never expected to fall for her own cover model. She can't get over how truly perfect he is. It's like he's made just for her, until the truth came out.
Against the Current by Christine London (99 cents!) - When fate throws Grant and Julie together in the middle of a heart pounding emergency, will Grant be able to put the requirements of his position aside long enough to save his crew and their love?
Ain't Nothing Like Succubus Lovin' by Sapphire Phelan (99 cents!) - Finding a date was never more hellish. When Jordan Hudson borrowed his friend's "A Dummy's Guide to Demon Summoning" and called up a succubus, he found that making love to a minion of Hell proved to be more than a one night stand.
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If you like the game Clue with some romance thrown in, you'll probably like this story. For me, there were way too many characters thrown in the mix, to the point I was still racking my brain for who was who half way through the book. The storyline involving the murder mystery was very convoluted and stole a lot of time away from what I thought worked, the chemistry and romance between the leads. Katharine Ashe, in my opinion, really shines when her writing focuses and explores the depth of emotion between her leads. However, the spotlight shone on the whodunnit plot and its vast array of characters for most of the book. I also felt like in the beginning that the leads talked at each other instead of with.
Ashe's writing is solid enough that if you are a mystery/Clue fan and like a splash of romance, you'll probably enjoy this one. I on the other hand, am going to set this one aside and anxiously anticipate the next in the series and hope that the style, elements, and emotion Ashe writes so well are more prevalent in it.
"...We will pursue this mystery and when it is solved the prince’s party will commence as planned. Until then let us continue as we were.”
For a moment’s silence there was only the chill of the medieval tower and his heartbeats battering his ribs.
Then her lips twitched. “As we were when I nearly drowned in a frozen river and you risked your life to save me?” she said. “Or as we were when I attacked you with a farm tool yet you kissed me anyway?”
Her spirit was irrepressible. He smiled. “Perhaps we should establish an entirely new footing.”
At a slow pace he returned to her. His smile had vanished. He halted before her and bowed again, this time soberly.
“Miss Caulfield, I beg your forgiveness.” His voice was low and his gaze seemed to seek hers quite closely. “I intended you no harm, in truth. Still, I was unpardonably dishonorable to assail you and then tease you and then rescue you and then tease you yet again. Can you forgive me, or will those eyes like stars stare with accusation at me throughout the remaining weeks of this fete?”