Confession time: remember that girl with her nose buried in a book back in grade school? The one who could be caught reading more than socializing? That was me. Okay, I’m exaggerating a bit – but I’ve loved to read for as long as I can remember. Before I could drive, my mom or brother would take me to the library to borrow books (see: romance novels) every week. It’s been an addiction for a long time, so I consider myself a pseudo-expert in the genre.
Today, Zoe has invited me to share a blog post of my choosing with you lovely readers, and I’ve decided to introduce you to three of my favorite novels from my youth. I’m completely crazy about contemporary writers (myself included, hehe), but these are some of my steadfast re-reads.
Linda Howard – Dream Man
My description: Conservative police officer meets haunted woman with a paranormal gift. Romance blossoms while a dangerous psychopath lurks behind the scenes.
Deirdre Martin – Body Check
My description: First book in a series about hunky hockey players and the ladies they love. Need I say more?
Susan Elizabeth Phillips – Kiss an Angel
My description: Circus plus romance plus laughter equals a recipe for success. One of my all time top reads, you must try this one!
Olivia Luck lives in the middle of America with her loving husband and her overbearing obsession with writing. When she’s not reading, editing, or drafting, you can find her cooking in the kitchen. Her debut novel In Pursuit is coming to an e-reader near you in January 2014.
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