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Fresh Pick | STOLEN FURY by Elisabeth Naughton
Fresh Pick / July 23, 2010

Furies #1 January 2009 On Sale: December 30, 2008 Featuring: Lisa Maxwell; Rafe Sullivan 336 pages ISBN: 0505527936 EAN: 9780505527936 Paperback $5.87 Add to Wish List Romance, Romance Suspense Buy at 2010 Romance Writers of America RITA finalist for Best First Book. Stolen Fury by Elisabeth Naughton DANGEROUS LIAISONS Oh, is he handsome. And charming. And sexy as all get out. Dr. Lisa Maxwell isn’t the type to go home with a guy she barely knows. But, hey, this is Italy and the red-blooded Rafe Sullivan seems much more enticing than cataloging a bunch of dusty artifacts. After being fully seduced, Lisa wakes to an empty bed and, worse yet, an empty safe. She’s staked her career as an archaeologist on collecting the three Furies, a priceless set of ancient Greek reliefs. Now the one she had is gone. But Lisa won’t just get mad. She’ll get even. She tracks Rafe to Florida, and finds the sparks between them blaze hotter than the Miami sun. He may still have her relic, but he’ll never find all three without her. And they’re not the only ones on the hunt. To beat the other treasure seekers, they’ll have to partner up—because…

Elisabeth Naughton | Getting a Bonus, Two Love Stories for Price of One!
Uncategorized / November 19, 2009

Who isn’t look for a good deal? Especially in this day and age where the economy’s in the toilet and we’re all searching for ways to save a buck or two? I have always been a fan of great love stories. So it’s always a plus when those stories I love include not only a main romance but a secondary one as well. Two of my favorite contemporary books include secondary romances-Perfect, by Judith McNaught and Match Me If You Can by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Often times, when rereading old books (which I tend to do when I just want to relax), I skim over sections that aren’t related to the main plot. But I never skip the secondary love stories in these two books. And it’s a testament to these writers that their secondary characters have sucked me in as much as the main characters. There will always be a debate among readers as to whether or not secondary romances have a place in romance novels or if they’re just “filler”. Sometimes-I will admit-that’s what they feel like. A way for the author to stretch their page count. But if done right, a secondary romance is tightly interwoven into…