Hello, and welcome back! We're still waiting for more spring-like temps here, but at least the sun is out. Maybe next week it'll warm up.
In the meantime, I have the last of the March releases to share with you this time out. But I have a rather towering stack of April books perched here on my desk, so there'll be plenty more reading material, for me and for you. First up this time is Cait London's latest,
Total Package (Silhouette Desire #1642). Photographer Sidney Blakely's encounter with Danya Stepanov leads her in a completely different direction than she thought she was going. This one is fun--Sidney's strong and vulnerable, and Danya is dark and broody and sexy beyond belief. This one is a great way to while away a few hours, and you'll be sorry to reach the end of it. I'm borrowing four of Cupid's five arrows for it.
The last of the March releases is Michele Albert's
One Way Out (Pocket). Cassie Ashton and Alex Martinelli aren't exactly the best of buddies on the paleontology circuit. In fact, their verbal sparring is legendary. But when she makes the find of a lifetime, Alex is the only person who can help her, and when her find is stolen, they're determined to get it back. I wanted to like this one more than I did. Cassie's a little too prickly, which makes me wonder why Alex wants her so much, especially early on. Still, it's light, and if you're not looking for anything too involving, this should fit the bill. It's earned three arrows.
Until next time, happy reading!