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Chased Through Montana (eBook) is Available at BTP

Posted on August 11, 2010 at 11:38 AM Comments comments (0)" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Chased Through Montana is Currently Available at BTP

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Books I wish Were Movies

Posted on October 23, 2009 at 12:49 PM Comments comments (0)

Have you ever been reading an engrossing, heart wrenching, action packed book that you wish was a movie?   There are many of them out there that I honestly wish were movies because sometimes you want to 'physically' see how the scene plays out. 


Some of the titles I wish to see are:


"Lord and the Scorpion" Grace McKeever This was a hot interracial historical.  My two favorite genres blended together on the screen.  This would be such a great movie and the premise is original, and there are action/fighting scenes as well.  Who do I need to write in Hollywood to get this in the works?


"The Secret Pearl"  Mary Balough.  Another historical in Regency England but the plot is still unique and would provide some sort of entertainment to see a crippled leading man.  A crippled cute leading man would even be better.  


That is just two that I would love to see right now, because I am re-reading them on my ebook reader.  What are some of your books you wish were movies?  

Reading Frenzy - Shara Azod 1,001 Steamy Nights: Postively Despotic

Posted on October 5, 2009 at 1:29 PM Comments comments (5)

I went on a reading frenzy this weekend.  I loaded my flash drive with all of my favorite ebooks.  I was reading Shara Azod's 1,001 Steamy Nights: Positively Despotic. 

For one, I think I discovered quite a bit about the author Ms. Azod herself.  You read the first two pages and you are like AHA!  I love that part when reading.  When you can actually learn something new from reading, even if it is a romance short story, it makes the purchase that much more worth it.


Anyway, the short story is actually two stories intertwined.  Rolanda Mitchell is a straight laced doctor of psychology who was being flown to Afghanistan courtest of Doctors without Borders to give back.  Things are never what they seem.  By night, Rolanda Mitchell is Shari Zad, erotic novelist and it is her alter ego's fault that she has been kidnapped by a shiek.  A devastatingly handsome shiek, but she is till kidnapped. 


So this is where my learning starts.  The shiek picks apart her name, Shari Zad to mean Scheherazade, the infamous tail spinner of 1,001 Arabian Nights. I did not know the actual fable, I must admit, so I rushed off to wiki the name.  And then I giggled.  The name of the book makes sense now.  Duh!  But I learned something new...


So the shiek wants Ms. Mitchell to tell him 1,001 stories... At first she is freaked, as anyone would be, but there is the small problem of being attracted to her captor.  It is a problem that makes you wonder, what would happen if I was attracted to a kidnapper.  I would be in deep deep so deep trouble! 


So after the proposition to tell a tale, the heroine begins to spin a tale of two brothers, two despotic, sexy brothers and one reporter.  That part is just too steamy to put into a review.  It is just electric and will have you fanning yourself.   Trust me, it is worth the buy for those scenes alone.


I loved this book, the only wish I had was that I got a little more insight into the shiek and Ms. Mitchell.  But, that is what makes it a great hook.  The to be continued element of it is there to leave you panting for more.  You are going to be itching for the next installment of 1,001 Steamy Nights...