This one passed just under my radar not too long ago, until some in our book-crew touted it as their “Best of May”. Admittedly, the cover didn’t quite catch my eye (even though I KNOW this author is much loved by many in our indie-romance world – especially her biker books). It was on my “new release” list, yet somehow I missed it for my own TBR list. Was it the cover? The “historical romance” aspect (which isn’t normal “my thing”)? I dunno, but OMG this one needs to be highlighted and I AM SO thankful to my book-buds for highlighting it for me!!
Oyinda has one for us to guess and it sounds forbiddeny!!! In fact, I think it’s been a past reader question a year or so ago.
I am searching for a book that I read a year ago on your website but I cannot remember the title. I am hoping to get some insight on the name of the book. These are some of the details that I remember from the book.
– Hero finds heroine adandoned/homeless. Hero is 15 years at the start of the book but takes in heroine at a young age
– Hero is careful not cross any boundaries with heroine since he is like a father figure, but heroine grows up falling in love with hero
April: Maryse we can have a list for older H? I want hottttt older bossy men that show the h all the love!!!! Lol can we?
Stephanie: Can anyone recommend a good older man / younger woman book? … I love the idea of the “forbidden” dad’s friend aspect but don’t really know any. Any good ideas?
Ready for temptation? 😉
Hey, Maryse! Here’s my 2018 faves list in no particular order. Thanks so much!
Waiting for the Sun: Waiting for the Sun, Part One by Robin Hill — This was on my list last year, but I was literally reading it between 2017 and 2018, and since I loved it so much, I’m including it again.
<— THIS ONE JUST WENT LIVE and it sounds like our ultimate guilty pleasure, my friends!!! SINGLE MOM & YOUNGER MAN ALERT! Cinq A’ Sept (that’s french and it translates to “5-to-7” which is basically… “happy hour”) 😉 and I am already totally imagining the angst in this!!
Thank you to this week’s newsletter sponsor, author MJ Fields for THIS fun look into how this book came to be. P.S. Here’s a hint… the author says “This book was born of regret” Eeeeeep!!! 😛
But first… the blurb!