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Fresh Pick | TAKEN BEYOND TEMPTATION by Cara Summers
Fresh Pick / June 24, 2010

Twice Forbidden June 2010 On Sale: June 1, 2010 Featuring: Jillian Brightman; Ian MacFarland 224 pages ISBN: 0373795513 EAN: 9780373795512 Mass Market Paperback $4.99 Add to Wish List Romance Contemporary, Romance Series Buy at Taken Beyond Temptation by Cara Summers Jillian Brightman has a forbidden fantasy. She’s always dreamed of being swept away and seduced by a mysterious stranger. But the resort she owns with her sisters keeps her too busy to indulge in any kind of fantasy, let alone a forbidden one. At least, until Ian MacFarland comes to Belle Island. And once she sees him, Jillian knows he’s the perfect man for a onetime indulgence…no strings attached. Only Ian wants a lot more. And each moment Jillian spends moaning under his touch, she realizes one night won’t be enough. Ian is fulfilling cravings she never dreamed she had. Could this be more than a fling? It might be — if Ian was actually the man he said he was…. A sensual sizzler full of scalding sex and an exciting mystery. Excerpt Fourteen months earlier The moment Jillian stepped into the tower room, she knew she wasn't alone. It wasn't just the steady dip in the temperature as…

Marie Force | The Unforgettable Hero
Author Guest / June 24, 2010

What makes a hero unforgettable? The answer to that question is no doubt different for each of us. We all have a certain idea of what we’re looking for, and of course no one guy is going to have every quality we’re seeking. However, romance heroes have to be a step above. They have to transcend our every expectation. Nick Cappuano in Fatal Affair is the man. Tall, handsome, smooth, elegant, smart, sarcastic, neat (to a fault), sexy, thoughtful, persistent, and (this is very important in Washington) well connected. By the time we finished work on the book, my editor Jessica were both in love with him, and kinda fighting over him if the true be told. I adore him. I flat out love him. I want him for my very own (but please don’t tell my husband that!). Nick is the kind of character who becomes so real, so tangible, that I find it hard to believe he’s not really out there moving and shaking on Capitol Hill. I’ve spelled out some of Nick’s finer qualities above, but there’s another fine quality that reviewers have pointed out more than once: Nick is not afraid to apologize when he’s wrong….