I’m a little behind on the questions from BTT but this one could be answered any time…
I was asked by Tamie to do a My Book Boyfriend post and I decided to share one of my FIRST adventure with Bookish. (Note that this is my first book boyfriend ever!)
I hope you enjoy my picquotes for today. I FLOVE these books so much. Super fab reads! Check them out!
When Lauren Monroe first laid eyes on Michael Delaney back in high school, she had every reason to stay away from him; within minutes of their first encounter, his volatile actions confirmed his notorious reputation. But Lauren saw something in him that caused her to question his bad-boy persona, and against her better judgment, she took a chance. She had no way of knowing that the unlikely friendship they formed would become so important to her.
Or that it would end so painfully.
Eight years later, when Lauren begins her new job at Learn and Grow Day Care, Michael is the last person she expects to see. Refusing to revisit the hurt and confusion of their past, Lauren vows to keep her distance from him. But staying away from Michael proves to be more difficult than she thought, despite her lingering grief and her instincts for self-preservation.
As Lauren and Michael recall the friendship that changed them forever and the events that tore them apart, will they finally be able to heal? Or will the ghosts of Michael’s past prove to be too much to overcome?
Today we’re happy to be participating in a cover reveal for Priscilla Glenn.
My book boyfriends amaze me all the time with the things they say…and the way they say it. Sometimes loving, sometimes hot, sometimes funny, sometimes pissed off, but always interesting. Here are a few of my favorites…
**Warning! Graphic language**
Last week the post I did on breakups and the subsequent reunions was so darn popular that I’m keeping my word and doing a part 2 for you.
***Warning…Spoiler Alert for Thoughtless, New Moon, and The Edge of Never***
Question of the Week: Have you noticed a growing trend in erotic romance covers since the popularity of the Fifty Shades trilogy? Publishers and authors are re-vamping their covers, losing the sexy and adding a hint of intrigue. But as a reader, which do you prefer? The symbolic covers OR the erotic covers?