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Fresh Pick | LOVE SCRIPT by Tiffany Ashley
Fresh Pick / February 18, 2011

Deluxe Edition February 2011 On Sale: February 1, 2011 Featuring: Nicolas Sinclair; Laney Parks 292 pages ISBN: 0983034001 EAN: 9780983034001 Trade Size $15.00 Add to Wish List Romance Contemporary Buy at Love on a cruise Love Script by Tiffany Ashley A New Book with a Track Record Determined to land a huge advertising account for his company, Nicolas Sinclair get a LITTLE carried away and tells the potential client he’s married and about to celebrate his first anniversary. Now, Nick has a serious problem – he has agreed to a high-stakes cruise with this important client and must find a willing “wife” to join him. Laney Parks is either in the wrong place at the wrong time, or the right place at the right time – She isn’t sure which. She isn’t even entirely sure how she got roped into posing as her hunky boss’s wife. She find “sticking to the script” SERIOUSLY unnerving, especially when it involves cuddling up and kissing in public – and sharing the close confines of a cabin – and its single bed – with him. Witty and fun story with just the right amount of romance. Previous Picks

Nicole Baart | Happily Ever After
Author Guest / February 18, 2011

I have love on the brain. Not sure why… Maybe it’s because my kids are still ruining their teeth on leftover Valentine’s Day candy. Maybe it’s because I just wrote a short scene depicting my protagonist’s first crush. Maybe it’s because I’m going through an Ingrid Michaelson stage–and especially adoring “The Hat,” a sweet and soulful song about first love. Anyway, all this talk about first love has me thinking about my own. My first love was the first boy who I found attractive on a million different levels. Of course I had found boys “cute” before, but my first love was funny, charming, intelligent, talented in so very many ways, and attractive on top of it all. I got to know him as a friend over the course of two and a half years, all the while loving him in secret and mourning every time he fell for another girl–and tripped over himself to race to my side so he could tell me all about it. Sigh. Anyway, when he finally woke up and realized that he just might love me, too, I had already found the strength to let go of him. It was too little, too late….