April 24, 2012

Indulgence from Entangled Publishing

Get ready to indulge with Entangled Publishing's Indulgence series!

Over the weekend I had the pleasure of reading the following books and really, really enjoyed them. I discovered this series by accident when I purchased The Marriage Bargain on a whim from Amazon after seeing it on the best selling Kindle book list. After I devoured The Marriage Bargain in about 2 hours, I immediately went back online to purchase Weekend Agreement and Holiday Affair and finished both by Sunday morning. If you're looking for light, easy, romantic reads then I would highly suggest these books. I'll work on having my reviews up for each book but I just wanted to give you a glimpse of what each book was about. The books are less than 250 pages each, so you'll be able to go through them quickly.

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The Marriage Bargain
by Jennifer Probst
Length: 216 pages
Release Date: February 2012

A marriage in name only…

To save her family home, impulsive bookstore owner, Alexa Maria McKenzie, casts a love spell. But she never planned on conjuring up her best friend’s older brother—the powerful man who once shattered her heart.

Billionaire Nicholas Ryan doesn’t believe in marriage, but in order to inherit his father’s corporation, he needs a wife and needs one fast. When he discovers his sister’s childhood friend is in dire financial straits, he’s offers Alexa a bold proposition.

A marriage in name only with certain rules: Avoid entanglement. Keep things all business. Do not fall in love. The arrangement is only for a year so the rules shouldn’t be that hard to follow, right?

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Weekend Agreement
by Barbara Wallace
Length: 194 pages
Release Date: March 2012

Some deals were meant to be broken…

Cynical billionaire Daniel Martinetti works hard; plays harder and has one ironclad rule. Never trust a woman. Bad news for historian Charlotte Doherty who shows up at exactly the wrong time. Like every other woman in Daniel’s life, Charlotte wants something from him–the deed to her family farm. Daniel agrees, but only if he gets something in return: Charlotte’s company for the weekend!

The property is Charlotte’s only link to the mother she never knew. Desperate to keep her history alive, she’ll accept Daniel’s indecent proposal, but not without a few terms of her own. Namely, a propriety clause. No flirting. No kissing. No s

Daniel has no intention of honoring her conditions, but after one weekend with Charlotte leaves him hungering for more, he can’t help wondering if she could be the exception to his unbreakable rule…

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 Holiday Affair
by Annie Seaton
Length: 210 pages
Release Date: March 2012

Nothing more than a holiday fling…until he moved in next door!

Staid professor Lissy McIntyre believes that choosing a mate should be based on common sense, not runaway passion. And Lissy would certainly never pick a rolling stone like Nick Richards for long-term love. But a red-hot, tropical romance? Oh, yeah. He’s got a body just made for sinning and his sizzling kisses leave her senseless.

When Nick blows into town, he’s stunned to discover that his no-nonsense new neighbor and co-worker is the same sultry creature he seduced for one night of forbidden island pleasure. He’s unaccustomed to staying in one place for long, but he just can’t seem to keep his hands off the multi-faceted Lissy. Will Nick break loyal Lissy’s heart or will she be the one woman he simply can’t walk away from?

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  1. I like the sound of this series and they're not just rich. They're BILLIONAIRES!

  2. Only the first two books had Billionaires the third guy was only a young college professor but he's a hot Australian so it's all good. LOL.

    1. The only thing about romance novels for me is i get depressed after. I'm like HOW COME THIS IS NOT HAPPENING TO ME WHEN I GO ON VACATION or something. LOL

  3. I know! I think I'm getting to that point right now. I might need to get back into some PNR before I sink into a depression. Where are all the freaking hot and single billionaires? I'll even take a millionaire at this point. People at work are killing me and I want to retire already.

    - C

    1. Yeah the Supe world suits me because even if the men are hot at least I know that they don't really exist so that is a little comforting to me. My brain processes it as FICTION and contemporary/Historical romance as REAL.


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