Another winner for Taylor Dean, whose books I have only recently discovered. This one featured Holly and Gabriel and their beautiful love story. I love the way Taylor has so much interaction and dialogue between her hero and heroine. She doesn't waste my time with long drawn out descriptions of places or lengthy passages of people's redundant thoughts. Taylor's books are clean, yet not prudish as so many clean books are. So far every book I have read by this author was free through my Prime membership but I have gone on to buy each one to keep in my library to read again. Please do not pass up this book or any others by Taylor Dean. You won't be sorry. Happy reading and God bless!
I LOVE this review, but what stood out to me was the following comment:
Taylor's books are clean, yet not prudish as so many clean books are.
The one thing that has surprised me the most of anything since I've been published is the different definitions of CLEAN ROMANCE.
Where one person does find a book CLEAN, another does not.
It quickly made me realize that it was all up to me.
I need to write what I feel good about and not worry about pleasing the masses. Everyone will have a different opinion.
And that's just the way it is.
When I worried and fretted over it, my hubby said to me,
"Do you think you write clean romance?"
I thought for a moment. "Yes," I answered. "I do."
My hubby said, "Well, then that's all that matters."
Moving on, my newest book is still in the works and coming along nicely. It is getting close to completion. I wandered around iStock the other day and found the cover I'd like to use. This is just an initial mock up and you can still see the iStock watermark because I haven't purchased the image as of yet, but I think it's what I'm going to use. I'm still in the "idea stage" though.
What do you think? Do you like it? I'd love to hear from you!