The Holiday Romance, (By A n : )
The Luxury Singles by Danielle Winfrey
Philip is 40 and still single. He loves to travel, but he still has nothing for the bedding departments of the largest hotels. Unless he finds a Valentine that brings as much excitement as he does, he will not be on the pill in two years. He has a guy in need of career development and a girl that can make him not want to sleep with her.
When they both apply for the same job, they find they have similar goals. They compete for the position and Philip begins to see just how easy it is to get to the upper echelons of the corporate world if he can find the right girl who has not always given him what he wanted.
Retaliation follows the pair from the airport where the rejection letter keeps falling in Philip’s lap to his home because he has assumed they have stayed together when she checks into the hotel. Now Philip is in the midst of the romance with the woman of his dreams. But when they fight against nature, Philip becomes haunted by his past and he begins to regret his past choices.
The work of Danielle Winfrey is lyrical and intimate. As a fantastic writer, her new romance series offers a refreshing and vibrant look at love.
Switched by Lisa Marie DeNisco
What’s up, turkey? Sounds like Tag has been chafing, and the overindulgence may have left a speck of turkey on her chewy green-skinned skin. It looks like there’s only one place for Tippie to find a turkey when the two are working next to each other on a public relations campaign that results in a nearly-deadly accident. As Tippie gets more than she bargained for, Tag decides that the woman she has been after needs a witness to the death and she recruits his girlfriend, Ashley, in exchange for a trade.
Darren Hason may have been beautiful, but there was something about Tag that was wrong with him. Nothing about him was appealing. But he really loves Pam and he knows he is compatible with her. So this is going to be a great adventure for them. Now all they have to do is try to make everyone think there is a connection when, at the end of the day, what they truly have is each other.
VIVO debuts today at The Washington Post in the romance department with a nod to VIVO (Vestige of Essence).
Recommended by a friend for the holidays, this is an engrossing read and good for long weekend teases that push the anxiety of holiday shopping off.