Sunday, December 18, 2005

A Nice Way To Start The Week

I didn't even know Miss Behavior had been sent out for review!

Title: Miss Behavior
Reviewer: Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
Release Date: December 30, 2005
Rating: 4.5

Lorna Merryfield’s whole life revolves around work. Even her holidays
celebration is going to be work related. Her deep down secret desire has
absolutely nothing to do with work or manners. She wants passionate sex
with a completely impractical man.

Gage Archer is Lorna’s airplane pilot. He’s read Lorna’s prudish
newspaper column and fantasized about getting the opportunity to get into
the pants of such an uptight woman. He never actually expected to meet
her though.

Lorna is horrified when she sees the size of the airplane she’s due to fly
in. It resembles a wind-up toy. On the verge of panic, she at first
refuses to fly in it, Gage reassures her that he’s never crashed and that
she’ll be safe. She’s still nervous but with no other options available
climbs into the backseat where she hangs onto the armrests for dear life.
While trying to distract herself from the bumpy ride, Lorna attempted to
concentrate on her business plan but mostly just fantasized about Gage.
Until she realized that the plane had gotten too quiet. The engine had
quit, they were going to go down. So much for Gage’s perfect record.
Lorna just knows she’s going to die and never get to experience raw, wild
passion. Once they’re safely on the ground, though stranded, Lorna tells
Gage about her regret. It’s a wish he’s only too happy to fulfil for her.

MISS BEHAVIOR is a fun fast paced story that’ll have you believing in
second chances. Lorna’s spent all her time concentrating on work and
pleasing her parents, she’s never truly gone after what she wanted. A
scary near death experience has her reevaluating her life and desires.
Gage with his motto “work to live, not live to work” is the perfect man to
help her live her desires and discover a new way to live.

1 Comments:

Blogger Daisy Dexter Dobbs said...

Congrats on the terrific review, Ann!

I especially love this line:

“…a fun fast paced story that’ll have you believing in second chances.”

December 19, 2005 3:23 PM  

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