Romance That Appeals To Cat Lovers
And the romances just keep on coming.
For all of the cat lovers out there, Katie MacAlister, Vicki Lewis Thompson and Connie Brockway teamed up for “Cupid Cats” (Signet Eclipse), three paranormal stories in which the magical felines adopted from a shelter influence the romantic lives of the owners. A good read, even if you are a fan of canines.
LuAnn McLane begins her Cricket Creek series with “Playing for Keeps” (Signet Eclipse). Readers will love the characters of Cricket Creek, Ky. Olivia Lawson is directing a play and is not too happy when former resident Noah Falcon, a major league baseball player and actor, returns to play the lead. Olivia is hoping that this play will help turn around the economy in the little town, so its success is important to her. Noah finds himself falling in love with Olivia and back in love with Cricket Creek.
Christie Ridgway’s “Crush on You” (Berkley Sensation) finds the Baci sisters trying to save their family’s winery. They are ready to host their first wedding, and if it goes off without a hitch, they’ll have another method of supporting the winery. In order to accomplish this goal, Alessandra Baci is forced to accept the help of Penn Bennett, one of the men from a neighboring family that she considers “the enemy.” Ridgway’s books are funny as well as romantic.
Catherine Anderson returns with a book from her Harrigan Family series, “Here to Stay.” Mandy Pajeck took over raising her brother Luke after their mother left. She feels responsible for the accident that caused his blindness, and she has really catered to his every whim. Now he is old enough to go to college, but he refuses, making them both miserable. Luke doesn’t like dogs, but when Mandy hears about a man who is training mini guide horses, she makes every effort to arrange for Luke to get one. But to do that, Luke will have to win over Zach Harrigan, who is not impressed with his attitude. Zach is impressed with Mandy, though, and he’d like nothing more than to make her a permanent part of his life — if she can learn to trust him. Anderson’s books are always good reads.
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