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Product Details

  • Series: Kimani Romance (Book 175)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Kimani (February 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373861508
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373861507
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,500,142 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Pamela Yaye has a Bachelor's Degree in Christian Education, and her love of African-American fiction inspired her to pursue a career in writing romance. Her fifteenth Harlequin Kimani Romance novel, SEDUCED BY THE PLAYBOY, was released July 2014. When Pamela's not writing about strong, feisty heroines and the alpha males who love them, this busy wife, mother, and teacher is watching sports, experimenting in the kitchen, or planning her next family vacation. Pamela lives in Alberta, Canada with her real-life hero, and adorable, but mischievous son and daughter. To learn more about,Pamela, and her steamy romance novels visit her new, revamped website: www.pamelayaye.com

Customer Reviews

The plot is well developed and very easy to relate to.
Urban Reviews
This book's storyline could have been good to me but the main characters feelings towards each other was confusing to me.
Liz
On top of that add in her crazy scheme to find her late and get married...like right now, was too much.
T. Brame

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Louise Brown on January 21, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Meet Warrick Carver & Tangela Howard it was love at first sight for them. They both meet 7 yrs ago and what we all want at one time or another. Love, Marriage and Children, but in the midst of their 7 yrs relationship it begin to crumble and instead of talking or communicated with each other Warrick begin spending more and more time at work and hanging out with the guys while Tangela was at home going through her own hell trying to figure out where she fit into Warrick life.

For Tangela giving Warrick her all was and being there for him when he came home was what she wanted from the time they begin to date but with all situation Tangela became to want more she wanted marriage, they became in engaged but that was as far as it was going until Tangela confronted Warrick about their future. Warrick felt that he was being pressed into marriage and he wasn't ready or he felt they wasn't ready still young, but for Tangela she was ready she wanted a husband and children so she push and push until he had enough. The arguments started he was spending late hours and the office and of course the sex stop. There passion was gone and we all know if he they are not getting at home then he is getting it from some where else or least that what Tangela thought.

My question was he?????????????????????

Warrick James Carver now that is a strong name and trust when I say that this man was all that and fine. He is loyal, faithful and loving but he is also a workaholic, after his father had a heart attack he became the CEO of Architect Firm and has taken on more responsibility. Warrick never say that he didn't love Tangela in fact he was so in love with her she took his breath away. The one thing Tangela wanted Warrick was ready to give her.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Brame on April 6, 2013
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Okay so my title for the entry may be a little harsh. Men have feelings and when Tangela and Warrick broke up it really truly devastated him. I get all of that and honestly it was refreshing to read his level of hurt over the situation. However that was the whole book. I get it he was upset that they parted, she left him without a word and when he was out of town. I get that he thought she loved him and then through gossip and ease dropping he learns that he was the root cause of why she left the way she did. But all that could have been cleared up within the first two chapters of the book. By mid book he was still going through the hurt and trying to figure out why she left and she still was acting like a woman scorned. Look I understand that it will take awhile for you to get over how you were treated but in the seven years you were with the man you had to believe on some level that he loved you or cared about you or you wouldn't have stayed. You wouldn't have agreed to marry him. So who is it that you don't trust yourself or him?

Maybe if I would have hung on and kept reading I would have been okay and finished the book happily but I simply couldn't do it. Warrick wasn't the man for me. I say that half heartedly as I know many women complain of not having a man in touch with his feelings and here is a man definitely in touch with his, not to mention loving a sister at a size sixteen and at a six. But it was too much they way she treated him and the way he took it. I wanted him to yell, get mad, curse at her because that's what truly hurt people want to do to an ex that rips their heart out.

Tangela certainly wasn't for me because if she was done with him and didn't wish to be in his space then kicking it with his friends and his sister would be out of the question.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carol on November 10, 2013
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The story held promise but was written disjointedly with erratic timelines and the featured couple's characteristics were constantly changing to justify their thoughts and actions. Tried to like the book and kept reading hoping it would get better. It didn't.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Liz on February 19, 2014
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This book's storyline could have been good to me but the main characters feelings towards each other was confusing to me. One minute it felt like they hated each other than the next time they seem like they loved each other. I wish I felt more of a romance feeling from this book.
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By OOSA Online Book Club on April 25, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Two years have passed since Warrick Carver and Tangela Howard went their separate ways, ending a seven-year relationship. After seeing the new and improved Tangela gracing the cover of People magazine, Warrick realizes that she is the one for him. Can he convince Tangela of the same?

"Love on the Rocks" was a quick read; however, it was also a disappointing read. The book falters at its very premise. I did not buy the idea of Warrick and Tangela as a couple. These characters did not belong together. Warrick came off as wanting Tangela for what she could do for him, while Tangela appeared needy and desperate. As a result, the love, the romance all seemed forced or artificial. The back stories (his and her job situations, their friends, her weight loss, her 'relationships') also seemed forced. It didn't really flow smoothly.

Having read and enjoyed a previous novel by Yaye, I expected more. There were some redeeming factors - integration of New Orleans and love finally conquering all - but it wasn't enough to overlook the flaws.

2.5 stars
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