Saturday, May 12, 2007

Two Sighted and Family Jewels

I've read two books in the past week, so I thought I'd share them with you. They are both HOT reads, but very different in tone and subject matter.

Two Sighted by Annmarie McKenna

Even with her shaky past, Aislinn can’t help but to secretly want Kyle. When she witnesses his death in a vision, how can she tell him without giving away her secret or her lust?

Aislinn Campbell is a clairvoyant, the latest in a long line of first-born daughters to the previous first-born daughter. All of them have fiery red hair and a second sight. Hiding from her ex in the presence of a sexy ex-military millionaire seems the safest way to start over. Until she “sees” his death.

Kyle Turner III has been keeping a close eye on Aislinn. There’s nothing he doesn’t know about his personal assistant, including her secret and ugly past. He also wants her in his bed more than his next breath. When he receives an anonymous warning that something might happen at his annual Fourth of July bash, he doesn’t take it lightly. He knows exactly who sent the warning and he knows she’s being watched by her bastard of an ex.

After he’s injured in an accident, Kyle isn’t about to leave Aislinn unprotected for a second. He coaxes her into more than just tending to his wounds. Because making Aislinn believe in him and her together far outweighs anything her ex can dish out.

This book may only be a novella, but it packs quite a punch. Kyle and Aislinn come together quickly when she is threatened by her ex-husband. Author Annmarie McKenna has packed a lot of emotion and steamy love scenes into this shorter work. Fans of her books won't be disappointed! I'm hoping there will be a sequel!

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Family Jewels By Rita Sable

Jewelry designer Cynthia Lyons knows what she wants from her career and she doesn't mind working long hours to get it. What she doesn't know is how to find a man who won't interfere with her goals. Is it too much to want a lover who can also satisfy her darker, more passionate side?

Interpol agent Trevor St. James has given up any hope for a long-term relationship. Driven by his thirst for adventure and excitement, he travels the world hunting down stolen gems and precious icons. It's a job he's very good at, so why doesn't it satisfy him anymore?

After one of her customers disappears, Cynthia is left with a rare five-carat white diamond. Torn from its rightful owners during the Nazi invasion of Russia, the diamond has kept a big secret for more than sixty years. But someone knows the secret this gem hides and they'll stop at nothing to have it. She's running for her life straight into Trevor's arms, only to find that the diamond isn't the only thing that blazes with white-hot fire. Trevor can keep her alive. But Cynthia's got to trust him first…with her life and her body.

Ellora's Cave newcomer, Rita Sable, packs a punch with her first book! Action, intrique and suspense fill every page of this novel. The passion heats up between Cyn and Trevor as they are learn to trust one another while they elude the people who want the knowledge that only Cyn has. This is one wild ride of a book!

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Rhian / Crowwoman said...

Loved Two Sighted, no surprise though since I adore AnnMarie. Just bought your latest and looking forward to reading it this week. FYI - Susie Charle's latest Were Watching was outstanding.
Sigh - so many books - so little time.....

Nicole Austin said...

I agree with you on Two Sighted. Its a great read. Haven't read Family Jewels yet, but its on my tbr list.

Annmarie McKenna said...

Aw, thanks sweetie :) When do I get a chance to read??? WAAAHHH. I'm so backed up. And by the way, I'm finishing Chris's, TJ's and Jon's story right now.


N.J.Walters said...

Hi, Rhian. I hope you enjoy my book! I know what you mean about so many books...I have a list a mile long of books I want to read.

Hey, Nic. Family Jewels is great romantic suspense, with plenty of heat!

You're very welcome, Annmarie. It's so hard to get time to read. GLad to hear that you're finishing up TJ and Jon's story. That's good news for us! :-)