- File Size: 2383 KB
- Print Length: 661 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078YXM2XL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #797,019 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm going to review two stories from Rogue Affair. Tamsen Parker's Dedication of a Lifetime is a quiet story that captures perfectly those times in a long term relationship when you're just not seeing eye-to-eye with your partner. Sean and Isaiah are both concerned about the direction of the country. It's impacting them both in their personal and professional lives. It's clear that there is so much at stake and so much emotion regarding what is happening that Sean and Isaiah can't get around their feelings to communicate and that's causing a strain. A big one.
When Isaiah comes home and makes a proclamation that stuns Sean, they both have to decide their priorities if they want to move forward together. This was a very sweet slice of married life and captures the political climate in a very interesting and romantic way. I loved it.
In Personal Proposal by Ainsley Booth, Brianne is running from twitter notoriety and ends up working for a reclusive outdoor photographer, Astrid Dane. Astrid has had her share of relationship disappointments and she's not really into being around people. But Brianne catches her attention and respect and their relationship builds on that.
Ainsley Booth is a new author for me and I found myself really liking this story. Even though there's a spark between the two women early on, they get the job done and then they get it on together. The political aspects of the story are woven into the details and I liked how that was presented. A very sweet and enjoyable story about two people connecting.
There's something for everyone in this anthology. I love the timeliness of the content, and a release date just after election day. These are hopeful and diverse tales, and we need these kinds of stories of right now.
SUCH GREAT HEIGHTS by Adriana Anders- 5 STARS!
This story is the primary reason I'm reading this collection. I love this author and will read everything she writes, so I went into this story not knowing much, but expecting a great read. What I received was something very personal that hit to the heart of my own home along with a great story. The novella also takes place near my own community, which only served to increase the personal connection. Beyond that personal connection, like Anders' previous stories, I was drawn into a moving and poignant story of a broken individual looking for redemption and/or healing. It moved me emotionally and my heart was hijacked during Kurt's mission and inner torment. Wonderfully developed as a novella, this could easily be expanded into a full-length book that would feed my insufferable need for more of everything good in it.
WORK OF HEART by Olivia Dade - 4.5 Stars
This was my first time reading this author, although I had some of her book on my tbr list. Before reading this novella, I went to her website and read her "about me" page and cracked-up. I just had to read her now. I thoroughly enjoyed her inclusion to this anthology. It had humor, sweet romance, and a very swoony hero. I has definitely piqued my interest in the rest of her books and I look forward to more.
THE FOURTH ESTATE by Emma Barry - DNF
I have been meaning to read this author's historical romances set in the 60's, but haven't yet. This is a contemporary romance with a thinly veiled reference to the current presidency. I struggled to connect with the writing and storyline. It might be that it's just not the right read at the right time and better to try again later.
(This is my voluntary and unbiased review of an advanced copy of the Rogue Affair Anthology)
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This was a first for me, a f/f romance. I'm an Ainsley Booth fan and always enjoy her books so I gave this one a try.Read more
‘Such Great Heights’ by Adriana Anders
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