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Roosevelt Crenshaw, “Best Heart-Throb” of his high school class, now
in is early thirties is looking to get what he wants out of life regardless of
what anybody thinks.
meets Pamela White, a sharp 38-year-old business woman whose sexual hunger
cannot be drowned in bourbon. She makes him an offer he can’t refuse.
nearly the same time he runs into Beverly Simons, a slightly neurotic, rather
plump high school classmate with whom he once had a one-night stand. She is now
widowed with a strikingly beautiful six-year-old daughter.
Jerry Weinstein, Esq., a rotund, gourmand bachelor lawyer specializing in
criminal law and a very dead Bradford Vincente, the 17-year-old son of pizza
king Tony “Pan-a-Mint” Vincente of Palos Verdes…
in the South Bay beach communities of suburban Los Angeles some thirty years
ago, the novel is a lurid tale of murder, lust and the inevitable consequences
of ravenous appetites that can never be satisfied.
been a soldier, a newspaper reporter, a high school English teacher, a day
trader and a poker professional. I’ve written literally millions of words in my
career as a writer, and think of myself primarily as a writer. My work has
appeared in popular publications like Playboy and Smoke magazines and in
literary journals where it has won some minor awards. My novel A Perfectly
Natural Act gained royalty publication from G.P. Putnam’s in 1973 and was
brought out in paperback the following year by Pinnacle. First Artists was
considering an option on it when they went defunct. The novel would make a
rather good movie. (Maybe I’ll write the screenplay one of these days.)
Additionally, I’ve written over fifteen hundred reviews (over a million words
in all!) for various Web sites, most notably Amazon and the Internet Movie
Database. Some of my reviews are among the best appearing anywhere (or so I
have been told). Over the years I’ve also written about a dozen book-length
manuscripts. My project now is to present perhaps eight to ten of these
manuscripts before the public in book form. I was graduated from UCLA in 1969
with a major in Political Science and minor in English Literature.
After catching her husband kissing another woman in the barn, Loretta Sullivan Bailey left Lonesome Canyon Ranch and swore she’d never come back. But when her daughter threatens to drop out of college to become a rancher’s wife, Loretta refuses to let her baby make the same mistake she did. She returns to the ranch, determined to get her daughter back in school by the summer’s end…and resolute on ignoring her feelings for her ex-husband.
A bullheaded but oh so sexy cowboy…
A cowboy from his hat to his boots, ruggedly handsome rancher Jackson Bailey is none too pleased that his feisty—and gorgeous—ex-wife has suddenly shown up seventeen years after their divorce. But despite all their fighting and fussing, the two stubborn former lovers soon discover that old flames burn the hottest. Can they finally put aside their differences and find happiness together…forever?
BOOK DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF AMAZON.
I WAS GIVEN A COPY OF THIS BOOK BY NETGALLEY FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.
This was a great fun read, with one sexy cowboy and a bull-headed woman. The characters and storyline was well-developed and had me laughing out loud in certain spots. When Loretta’s daughter decided to not go back to college, but is staying on the ranch that she loves with her dad. Loretta heads off to Lonesome Canyon Ranch to try and talk her into going back. This is when the sparks start to fly between Jackson and Loretta. The more they are in each other’s company, the more they realize that they still love each other. LONG, HOT TEXAS SUMMER is a great read. CAROLYN BROWN has another hit with this book. I recommend that you read it, and I give it 5/5stars.
AUTHOR’S WEBSITE TO FIND OUT WHAT IS COMING UP NEXT. http://carolynlbrown.com/
Publication Date: June 17, 2014
“Too funny for words.” –All About Romance
They share love, laughter, and a passion that burns up the night.
But can he share the secrets that threaten their marriage?
Nick and Paula DeCello are getting divorced in seven days, even though they love each other dearly. His overprotectiveness has finally become too much for her, and there’s something painful locked deep inside him. Desperate, Nick takes the advice of a quirky, old fortune teller to find his wife’s “heart craving.” To Nick, that means sexual fantasies.
Armed with a hilarious collection of advice books, he embarks on a wild, funny seduction of Paula that proves there’s nothing wrong with their relationship in the bedroom. When it comes to giving her what her heart really craves–soul-sharing communication–he’ll have to take a big step outside his comfort zone.
BOOK DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF AMAZON
I was given a copy of this book by Netgalley for an honest review.
What would you do to try to save your marriage? Well in HEART CRAVING Nick will do anything to save his marriage. Including going to a psychic to find out what his wife’s Heart Craving is. He will buy how-to sex books to try to fulfill her sexual fantasies. This produces a lot of funny moments. This was a fast, hot, sexy read, with well-developed characters and story line. the sex scenes are hot, and making you want a cold shower after reading. Sandra Hill knows how to tell a story. I loved this story and give it 5/5 stars. I recommend this to everyone to read.