Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Teaser Tuesdays: Lonely Millionaire by Carol Grace

"Read it? No. And I'd never answer one of the ads. I don't suppose you would ever...?"

"Advertise myself? Not on your life. You know what kind of women you'd meet, pathological liars, schizo­phrenics..."

Lonely Millionaire by Carol Grace

Mandy Clayton answers a personal ad in the Yukon Man on her sister's dare, and she finds an interesting man in Jack but when Adam Grey arrives at her Bed and Breakfast, she is irresistible to his charms. Yet the thought of Jack keeps her away from him.

Adam Gray is there because of his friend, Jack to check on Mandy but obviously he can't tell her that. He finds her very attractive. It was he, who had written all those mails for Jack. Adam works was not interested in a mail-order romance, but he was willing to write some love letters for his friend. Adam wants her for himself but his work is such which prevents him from a permanent relationship. Also the fact that he can't just take her away from Jack. After many twists and turns, they overcome all hurdles to be together. What else do you expect from a romance?

It has good pace and dialogues are enjoyable. I read it in the midst of a reading slump and found it  pretty interesting. For all those romance reader out there I say go for it. Available free from Amazon for your Kindles! Nooks owners might find it in B&N!!!


Anonymous said...

Yay for romances during your reading slump! This one looks fun.

Deepali said...

Romances (historical ones) always fix my reading slumps...usually Georgette Heyer works best for me.

My teaser is from a Marion Zimmer Bradley book, written with Holly Lisle: Sort of fantasy, but not really.


Harvee said...

It's nice to read a good romance every now and then. Hope you will visit my teaser quote

Pam (@iwriteinbooks) said...

Ah hah, that's about how I feel about personal ads! Glad it got you through a slump!

Anonymous said...

good teaser, great cover.

here's mine:


Yvonne said...

I have this one on my Nook. It's free at B&N too. I'm glad you enjoyed it and helped your reading slump.