Romantic Days, Romantic Nights

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Author: Lynn Jae Marsh
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Genre: Contemporary|Paranormal
Heat Level: 3
Words: 67,000
Content Notes: Hot
Publication Date: 4/10/2004

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Romantic Days, Romantic Nights

Three strong women. Three sensuous heroes. Three unique stories.

Romantic Days, Romantic Nights, an anthology of love, romance, and sensuality.

InSpellBound,the hero is a drop-dead gorgeous warlock. Jock Lucky Steele, prince of the Darklings, must convince his truemate, Lania Mills, princess of the Whitelings, to marry him. The stakes are high: the continuance of our plane of existence. But, Lania is a modern witch, rejecting ancient Wiccan Lore as the stuff of myth and legend like eye of newt and toe of frog. Besides, she wouldn’t marry Jock if he was the last man — uh, warlock — on earth. Not after he got her pregnant, against her will, by dreamcasting.

InTop Rope,Anne Seymour is a sheltered professor of Egyptology. Wes Myckale is an unpredictable sports entertainer. How do these seemingly opposites attract, find love, and live happily ever after? Their journey is a rollercoaster of a ride, vrooming when Anne poses as her twin sister at an IWC press conference. The best laid plans go amuck and events spin out of control after Anne innocently interferes with Wes’s match. Despite her instant dislike of his brash wrestling persona, she cannot stay away from the rush of sports entertainment or the passion of his kisses. Through her love for this complex man — who, like her, pretends to be someone that he is not — she finds her inner strength and her destiny.

InRisking All,Alexis Cash Claremont is a cocky, reckless entrepreneur. Drake Smith is a staid lawyer-turned-corporate raider. Together, they must overcome their charged temperaments and their character flaws to find that tender mending of true love. In their journey, they face the darkly laid plans of Drake’s enemies, plans that not only threaten their happiness but Alexis’s very life. This story of a blind woman who cannot accept her limitations and of the man who loves her will appeal to the reader who wants more — indeed, demands more — from her romance experience than an inane, frothy romp.

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