Scoring the Keeper’s Sister is the first book in Delancey Stewarts’s new series and it’s one-click worthy! This fast paced story has it all -witty dialogue, lovable characters, and a plot that’s captivating. Get ready to find your match!
From the first page I fell in love with this story and our beloved matchmaker Max. The idea of a computer program finding your soul mate is both terrifying and exciting. I hope that Erica Johnson and Fernando Fuerte can trust their matchamaker to find them a perfect match in this enemies to lovers romance.
There is much to savor from these beloved characters and the story that Delancey Stewart created. Will Fernando see this experiment through to the end when he discovers who his “match” is? Will Erica find the courage to tell her brother, Fernando’s teammate, that she’s not exactly “uninterested” in the hot player despite his playboy reputation.
Sunday afternoons are best served with a cup of something delish and a tasty treat. Might I suggest a cheese board ;)? There were many details that made this story a must read that kept me attached to my e-reader and I hope you will be too! Now…to satisfy my sudden craving for cheese I’m off to the store!
I received an ARC from the author for a fair and honest review. This spicy is best enjoyed with your favorite iced-beverage, a cozy chair, and maybe a fan.
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An empty bank account, a career on the brink of fizzling out, and the possibility of being homeless. Oliver Connely is ready to do almost anything to make ends meet. One woman’s idea has the potential to solve all his problems. Does he have the heart to carry it out?
Oliver will find discover that passion isn’t all women desire, can he learn the necessary skills to bring to life his newly formed plan? What would you do if you could spend one night with the book boyfriend you’ve spent hours getting to know? There are a few added twists and surprises that play nicely into the story. It’s a quick read and kicks up the heat ;).This was the first book by Victoria Blue that I’ve read and after inhaling this story, I look forward to hopefully more misadventures from her! I can’t wait to see what’s next. Reader, don’t wait -this story has everything you need for a little kick when you need a quick escape. Oh, and it’s $0.99 so one-click now!
I received an ARC from Bare Naked Words for a fair and honest review. This Inferno read will cause you to turn on the A/C, the fan, and take a cold shower. It’s time to discover a misadventure – remember that each book in this series can be read as a standalone. However, if you want to stack the adventures that’s perfectly acceptable ;).
Meet The Author
Victoria Blue lives in her own portion of the galaxy known as Southern California. There she finds the love and life sustaining power of one amazing sun, two unique and awe inspiring planets and three indifferent, yet comforting moons.
Life is fantastic and challenging and everyday brings new adventures to be discovered. She looks forward to seeing what’s next!
Q&A w/ Suzanne Enoch
1) For those that are reading your name for the first time today, what is the main thing you’d like them to know?
Hm. Well, I’ve written somewhere around 45 Regency-set Historical romances, so if they give a Suzanne Enoch book a try and enjoy it, they’ve got a lot of binge-reading they can do. Oh, and my books will be funny, heartwarming, and will DEFINITELY have a happy ever after ending.
2) Does your everyday life influence your writing? What inspires you to write?
Mostly, having a deadline inspired me to write. No, not really – writing is something I’ve been doing since I was a kid, and I can’t really imagine myself ever NOT writing. My family has become accustomed to me spinning backstories for random people, for imagining dialogue between two cups of coffee, etc. My great grandfather was a published author, so maybe it’s something in my DNA.
And yes, my everyday life influences me. I have two nephews, and when I write kids I always refer back to when they were the age of my characters, the way they spoke and the things in life that interested them. And I’m shameless about using bits of my actual family conversations for characters, especially the way siblings speak to each other (I have two younger sisters, and we’re still very close.)
3) Congratulations on your new book, It’s Getting Scot in Here. Please tell me a bit about it.
IT’S GETTING SCOT IN HERE is the first book in my Wild, Wicked Highlanders series. When an English lady with a great deal of money falls for a poor Scottish lord, they marry ten days later and he sweeps her off to the Highlands – where she finds a lot of sheep and no Society. She tolerates it for 12 years and three sons, but when she has a daughter she refuses to let baby Eloise be raised in such rough country. She and the baby leave for London when her husband won’t allow her to take her sons. Seventeen years later, Eloise is engaged, and Lady Aldriss plays her hand – she controls the purse strings, and unless her three sons marry before Eloise, and wed English women, she will cut off the entire Aldriss estate.
The three MacTaggert brothers reluctantly travel down to London, to discover that the oldest brother, Coll, Lord Glendarril, already has a lady chosen for him by their mother. Coll is not pleased, and at the first opportunity picks a fight with Amelia-Rose Baxter and then stomps off. It’s his youngest brother, Niall, who steps into keep Amelia-Rose from scandal, and then becomes Coll’s stand-in, escorting the lass about London. Niall slowly realizes he wants Amelia-Rose for himself, and that she feels the same about him. The problems – Amelia-Rose’s title-mad mother, the young lady’s own determination to live in London, Niall’s loyalty to his brother and concern for the funding of the Aldriss estate, all lead to big trouble and a nearly unsurmountable dilemma.
4) Do you have a favourite quote from It’s Getting Scot in Here?
I do! It’s actually a short exchange between Niall and his sister Eloise:
“There you are, Niall,” Eloise said from the doorway behind him. “Mama asked – Oh!”
Niall looked from his sister’s startled face to Aden’s bare arse as his brother searched for clothes. Aden straightened, grinned at her, and went back to his task. With a sigh Niall stepped between them, heading for the door. “Ye’ve just allowed several arses to move into yer house, Eloise. I reckon ye’re bound to catch sight of one or more of ‘em from time to time.” Nudging her backward into the hallway, he shut the door behind him.
5) I read on your website that you wrote romantic fantasy after graduating university. Would you ever return to writing romantic fantasy?
Oh, I would LOVE to write more romantic fantasy. It’s a matter of scheduling and mostly time, though. I still pull my two completed fantasy novels out from time to time and look at them, marveling at how much revising I would need to do now. They’re good plot-wise, but I’ve learned a great deal in 25 years of writing, and some of it makes me cringe. They’re a good reminder that the more you write, the better you get at it. Maybe some day everyone will get to read BLOODFEUD or THE THIEVES OF ALBANAAR (though those will NOT be their titles, for crying out loud).
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A native and current resident of Southern California, Suzanne Enoch loves movies almost as much as she loves books, with a special place in her heart for anything Star Wars. She has written more than forty Regency novels and historical romances, which are regularly found on the New York Times bestseller list. When she is not busily working on her next book, Suzanne likes to contemplate interesting phenomena, like how the three guppies in her aquarium became 161 guppies in five months.
Some of Suzanne’s books include Barefoot In The Dark, I’ts Getting Scot in Here, Lady Whistledown Stirkes Back and The Legend of Nimway Hall.