Sunday, November 29, 2009

Great reads

Natalie Anderson's fast becoming one of my fave HM&B Modern Heat authors. I was fortunate to win two of her recent new releases in a comp on her blog. First was her novella 'The Millionaire's Mistletoe Mistress' in Christmas With the Boss.


If you haven't read this yet, you're missing out. From the opening scene (gorgeous half-naked hero anyone?), she had me hooked. Her sexy hero, Ryan Taylor, was to die for. The way he regularly tries to spend time with the heroine while she volunteer gift wraps at the department store during her breaks was sweet and funny. I'm usually not one for Christmas-themed books, but I absolutely loved this one.


The other book I won, Ruthless Boss, Royal Mistress ,which is part of The Royal House of Karedes continuity, is on my TBR list.



I also recently read Natalie's Hot Boss Boardroom Mistress which was another fantastic read. Wonderful inner conflict, sizzling hot sexual tension and love scenes, and I loved how the hero's misconceptions about the heroine were eventually all blown out of the water as he realised how wrong he had been about her. This novel actually had me wondering how the hell these two were going to have their HEA. Which just goes to show how skillful a writer Natalie Anderson is.

I'm currently reading Nicola Marsh's Marriage: For Business of Pleasure. Her books never fail to deliver and this one so far certainly is delivering in spades. It's also interesting because I'm currently writing a marriage of convenience.
Now if I can only write half as well as these talented authors...

4 comments:

Nicola Marsh said...

Glad you're enjoying the book, Angie.

MOC stories are hard to write, I reckon.
This is only my 2nd in 23 books!

Hope you have a ball writing yours :)

Lacey Devlin said...

I love Nat and Nic! Two of my absolute favs! As far as I'm concerned I can't get my hands on those books fast enough :P

Suzanne Jones said...

Thank you, Angie - will look these out.

XX

Angie Peters said...

Nicola, you're so right - I'm learning the hard way about how difficult it is to write a MOC story! You make it look so easy :)

Lacey - I'm with you there! I can't wait to get my hands on Nat and Nic's books as soon as they're released in the UK (which is earlier than the Australian release) :)

Hey, Suzanne. Hope you enjoy these novels as much as I have. How's your WIP going?

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