5 things never to do to hot Michael Brant:
1: Assume you know all about him just because you’ve heard the rumors.
2: Assume he gives a crap what you think about him. Because he doesn’t.
3: Bother giving him rules you expect him to obey. Because chances are, he won’t. He’s very comfortable walking outside the lines. The only time he’ll follow your rules is if it suits him.
4: Threaten the woman he loves. Because if you do, you’ll be dealing with him, instead.
5: Touch his bike.
Yikes. As character reveals go, *gulp*...just *gulp*. (I want him. You can't beat a forceful, independent, but protective hero. Lucky, lucky Cat Edwards, his woman.
Now, what 5 things should you never do to her?
1: Drag her to a crowded bar.
2: With music loud enough to make the walls shake.
3: Then leave her there to fend for herself and assume the introverted bookworm knows what to do with herself. Chances are, she’ll leave you there and go find somewhere quieter. To do geeky things like read. Or hang out with that quiet hunk who came to her rescue. ;)
4: Make her the center of attention. It makes her uncomfortable. She’d rather blend in with the shadows, thank you very much.
5: Force her to choose between her family and her heart. It’s torture, of the worst variety. Because it means someone has to lose, and it breaks her heart to have to do it.
Another excellent character reveal to intrigue. How does a shy mouse pull a man like Michael? What happen's when he does pull?--unapologetically, a very British term, 'to pull', slang for 'to attract'. What happen's when opposites protect? Do they bring out the best or the worst in one another? Well, no spoilers here, you have to read to find out, but what I can guarantee is that JM Steward is a mistress/master of the the sublime character sketch that sucks the reader right into the story.
When love calls, it’s rarely easy but always memorable, and definitely worth turning the pages. Recapture the thrill, the delicious anticipation of finding your happily ever after in these 10 unforgettable, hot stories by some of today’s brightest names.
Her Knight in Black Leather – J.M. Stewart
Destination Wedding – Robyn Neeley
Drawn to Jonah – Jennifer DeCuir
On the Fly – Katie Kenyhercz
Wildly – Debra Kayn
Falling for You – Heather Thurmeier
Beginning Again – Peggy Bird
Spiraling – Rachel Cross
Save My Soul – Elley Arden
Sweet Gone South – Alicia Hunter Pace
Buy links: Crimson Romance (ePub) -- Amazon (kindle)
JM is the author of passionate, heartfelt contemporary romance. She’s a wife, a mother, a spiritualist, and lover of puppies, and happily addicted to coffee and chocolate. She lives in the rainy Pacific Northwest with her husband, two sons, and two very spoiled dogs. She’s a hopeless romantic who believes everybody should have their happily-ever-after and has been devouring romance novels for as long as she can remember. Writing them has become her obsession. For more about JM Stewart and her books, please visit: http://authorjmstewart.com/