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For the Love of Murphy: A Sweet Romance Anthology Paperback – March 14, 2014
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No wrong turns: I had a hard time moving to the next story after this one. Why? because there are some stories you read, and you just want to savor them a little longer. That is what No wrong turn was like. Instead of reading the rest of the stores as fast as possible. I gave this a few days, for the savor flavor!
Falling for You: There is nothing better than an old flame. This story managed to light up the candle inside my heart.
Coffee and Cufflinks: A saucy little tale that doesn't disappoint.
A Slippery Slope: so cute. My definite favorite by one of my all time favorite writer's. The ending, what can I say? She nailed it. The entire story was cute, just the perfect amount of aww.
The Shamrock Incident: Since I found London Saint James's, Heart of Winter novels, I've been in love with her writing. Her sassy little love story hit the spot.
Each story was different yet wonderful, and together they made this Anthology a very refreshing read.
The whole of the anthology left me wanting for nothing. Even at a heat level one, all of the authors have put in enough sensual excitement that you are waiting for glorious moment. All of these stories live up to that challenge leaving your heart skipping and a smile across your face, just as a powerful kiss is shared. Promises of things to come keep your mind wandering for hours, thinking about the endless possibilities between these couples.
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Although I enjoyed all 5 stories, 2 of them were my favorite.
The Shamrock Incident (by London Saint James). Totally related to Marissa, Grace was definitely not Her middle name. And Falling for You (by Michelle Ziegler). We all need a best friend to help us back on track.
All stories give you a chuckle and definitely puts a smile on your face.
First off is a sweet tale of wrong turns and lost wallets by Lisa A. Adams called No Wrong Turns, Jessica and Sean make a delightful couple in this story of running out of petrol but meeting your perfect match.
Falling For You has Darci meeting up again with her ex's best friend Andrew and all the things that had gone wrong are bought up till at last something goes right sometimes all it takes is time.
In Coffee and Cufflinks by Annabelle Bloom you now have all the IT Murphy Laws come into play and believe me there are many of them, and in this story Olivia finds out all about them as she is trying to connect with Daren. Just as well there is also the law of averages so it works in the end no matter how many screw ups there where as Olivia says “If all my screw-ups ended like this, I'd make mistakes a lot more often,”
A Slippery Slope by Rebecca Hart has us heading out to the ski slopes, have you ever come across anywhere more suited for Murphy's Law, I haven't, as Anne finds out but in the process she finds Devlin, so life can't all be bad can it.
The final story by London St James, The Shamrock Incident had me giggling as Marisa stumbled around, I could see myself, except I never met a guy as cute as Trey to catch me.
All five stories are wonderfully written and although short there is nothing missing and they were all a joy to read.
I received a free copy for an honest review