A divorcee ready to reenter the dating world. Anna Ryan is determined to be the best “product on the market,” which requires a lot more experience so she propositions sexy police officer Chase Harris to teach her how to make hot, passionate love as opposed to just having sex. He takes it a step further, instructing each lesson based on The Twelve Days of Christmas.
“I will remember and reread! GOLD Star!” ~ Just Erotic Romance Reviews
“It’s a very romantic story about a holiday fling that quickly turns into something much deeper. I should also mention that this story is hot. Supernova hot. Crow gives an erotic twist to the ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ that now I can’t listen to the song on the radio without blushing! One of my favorite parts of this story is Anna, the heroine. You see her as a friend, a mother and as a woman getting back into the dating game. She’s sassy, vulnerable, fun and ready to get more out of life. She reminds me a lot of the women I know and admire.” ~ National Best Seller Susanna Carr
“Casey Crow’s debut book is something you won’t be able to put down once you start it. This is one to be read over and over again, especially when life gets you down. This is one author to keep your eye on.” ~ Night Owl Reviews
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Southern belle Campbell Layne is the rising star of the Manhattan Ballet Theatre, providing she lands the upcoming principal role. The stage heats up, however, when Rod Carrington steps in and teaches her more than she ever expected. Determined as she is to stay focused on the audition that will push her into stardom, dazzling attorney still proves to be a major distraction especially when he ends up teaching the college class she’s taking in her spare time. Campbell humiliates herself on their first date, but that doesn’t stop Rod from whisking her off to Italy and turning her into quite the vixen. Too bad he also had to use his powerful influence to secure the lead for her. Now she’ll never know if her talent was real or “bought” by the man she thought was the love of her life.
“It leaps right off the pages and into your heart. I will remember and reread. I look forward to Ms. Crow’s storytelling in the future. I just love the sassy, Southern girl meets cool rich guy. This book is well worth the read.” My Erotic Reviews
“The thing I like best about the romances I read now is that I know the reality of life and therefore can truly appreciate the fantasy world that a first-rate romance can deliver. It also doesn’t hurt that they have sexy adult situations that I can relate to, or at least hope to aspire to. Campbell and Rod set a very good example. 4.75 stars” ~ Bookwenches
(Published in Romance Writers Report, July 2010, Vol 30 Num 7)
Last summer was my first time attending the RWA National Conference. Actually, it was my first writer’s conference period. In fact, I had only been a member of RWA for a whopping two months. Talk about jumping in with both feet. Heck, talk about jumping in headfirst.
Southern belle Mady Cooper has lived in regret for the past ten years. Songwriter Trace Trager is the reason. Making a terrible mistake at nineteen cost Mady the love of her life, or so she thinks, but has she just been in love with the fantasy all this time? After working her way up in the country music biz, she’s now in a position to find out because as a top-notch agent, she can make him a star. Trace moves to Nashville, but the vision of platinum selling albums isn’t dancing in his head. Revenge, however, is.
Southern socialite and pool shark, Channing Huntress hustles the wrong guy because all bets are off when sexy Brandon Boudine steps up to the table and shows her more than how to hold his stick.
A romantic on the inside and tomboy on the out, Virginia Lynn Allen is the tire changer for NASCAR’s hot rising star, Brock Bronner. Problem is he has no clue Gin has been in love with him for years, but when his twin brother steps in to help, will Gin and Brock become more than best friends or crash and burn?
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