Gabe has no idea how she is going to balance her new responsibilities as a Guardian being a painter by day and a bartender by night. Having just been contracted for her new “Enter the Light” series, Gabe tries to handle it all.
But it seems like her luck has run dry when she’s ill trained to take her proper place as guardian, having a dry spell at painting, and for some reason can’t help but fall for Rhys Llewellyn, the sexy Brit who offers his help in more ways than one.
Although her past was marked by bad choices, Vanessa has found that coming to St. Dennis is the best decision she’s ever made. Bling, her trendy boutique, is a success with tourists as well as with the townspeople. She’s made friends, has a home she loves, and has established a life for herself far from the nightmare she left behind. The last thing she’s looking for is romance, but the hot new man in town is hard to resist. And when Vanessa’s past catches up with her, Grady finds that he’s unwilling to let her become a victim again. As together they fight her demons, Grady and Vanessa discover that life still holds some surprises and that love doesn’t always have to hurt.
I’m joining the Reagan Arthur Books Challengehosted by Kathy/Bermuda Onion & Julie/Booking Mama.
* The goal is to read the Reagan Arthur Books. Order doesn’t matter and we are defining “reading” as print, audio, or e-book. You don’t have to read all of the books, but we encourage you to read all of those that appeal to you!
* Begin the challenge when you write your challenge post. The challenge is perpetual and does not have an end date.
* Submit the links to your reviews (or your reviews if you don’t have a blog) to rabookschallenge(at)gmail(dot)com.
* Help spread the word. We will be using the hashtag #rarthurbooks on twitter.
* There are prizes!
1. The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris – review – 2010
2. Marriage and Other Acts of Charity by Kate Braestrup – review – 2010
3. The Island by Elin Hilderbrand – review – 2010
4. 13 rue Thérèse by Elena Mauli Shapiro – review – 2011
5. The Arrivals by Meg Mitchell Moore – review – 2011
6. Life After Life by Kate Atkinson – review – 2013