Hey, it's Theresa again, here are some more of my Top 10 author/Books. I hope that you enjoy my list :)
I was introduced to Sable's work through JBR when I was to do a review of Forget Me Never which
is part of the Hell Yeah series, Cajun style. And I loved it. So me being who I am and loving series
books and anxious to see what I missed in the 6 books before this one, had to hurry and read the
others as fast as I could because with each book I fell more in love with her characters.
Sable Hunter writes about some seriously sexy cowboys and I love each and every one of them.
Her books are sexy and HOT. And for those who want a softer romance her books are out in
She also likes to write about Louisiana and the superstitions that go along with it. Which makes
for some good stories.
So if you haven't read Sable Hunter yet, I highly recommend that you get to it.
Celeste has been a favorite for a while. She is the author who got me hooked on
historical romances. I was out and about and hadn't read a book in over a year, so
while in a drug store I picked out a book that looked interesting. It was The Imposter,
book 2 of The Liars Club. And I was hooked and ended up buying and reading every
single book in the series and so many others of hers. Her writing style is great and
she drew me into the lives of her characters until I was totally captivated by all of them.
Her books are full of romance, wit, intrigue and truly lovable characters. I am happy to
recommend to you all that you get yourself her books and enjoy.
Like many others of my favorite authors, I discovered her by accident. I was at the Goodwill
with a friend when I wandered over to the books (of course I did, LOL) and was checking
out what romances I could find when I cam across Secret Ties. I got home and started reading
it right away. Wow, this was not my average romance. Her books are Hot, Hot, Hot. It was my
first reading experience with BDSM. And I was loving it. Before that book I probably wouldn't
have picked up an erotic book for myself. But only because I didn't think that it was something
that I would enjoy. Thank you Opal Carew for proving me wrong :)
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