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NOTE: Alternate cover edition for ASIN B00CQROSGM.Years ago, Air Force pilot Jas Boswell believed she met the love of her life. She shared a mesmerizing encounter with a stranger after a terrible crash. As soon as rescuers arrived, the mysterious golden-eyed man disappeared. She has spent the last two decades trying to convince herself it was all a dream… Once heir to a gaNOTE: Alternate cover edition for ASIN B00CQROSGM.Years ago, Air Force pilot Jas Boswell believed she met the love of her life. She shared a mesmerizing encounter with a stranger after a terrible crash. As soon as rescuers arrived, the mysterious golden-eyed man disappeared. She has spent the last two decades trying to convince herself it was all a dream… Once heir to a galactic kingdom, Rom B’kah is captain of a starship of derelicts and smugglers. He remains haunted by the memory of the “saving angel” he met during wartime and who vanished without a trace. His loyal crew thinks he has pined for this fantasy woman long enough. Then Jas suddenly returns to him and sets their lives on a collision course with destiny…*** RITA® Award finalist *** Winner of 2 PEARL Awards *** Sapphire Award winner ***...

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Star King Reviews

  • Lizzy
    2019-03-10 11:38

    ** 3.5 stars ** It all started with a dream... When Jasmine fell from the skies as her F-16 was derailed by ‘friendly fire’, she dreamed of an unfamiliar world and of a golden-eyed stranger. They linked in this surreal mirage, and Rom visioned an Angel that saved him to later be abandoned alone to his fate. I just revisitedSusan Grant'sStar King, and enjoyed all over again this book that starts with force and continues with a journey to a faraway galaxy, in a nice balance of romance, adventure, political scheming and warfare. I loved Jasmine Hamilton and Rom B’kah. She is a gutsy heroine full of enthusiasm, he is a loyal and passionate hero. They finally meet when aliens contact Earth, and she pursues her dream. Both are fighter pilots and carry the weight of their troubled past, their losses and life experiences. It’s great to read about a mature couple for a change. I loved to see their romance build up; despite their differences (she is an trivial'earth dweller', he is the exiled crown prince); all the self-doubt both sustained from the last 20 years. He had lost a great deal; she had suffered her own afflictions. They complete each other. They make a great couple, jointly are able to reach for each other as they battle together against a terrible enemy that could destroy both their worlds. There are star battles, political machinations and two worlds coming together in a period of instability. Very entertaining and enjoyable science-fiction romance, highly recommended!

  • Monique Atgood
    2019-02-28 06:45

    This is the very first science fiction romance novel I ever read. It is my favorite of all time. I pulled it out and re-read it last week, and thought what a great movie this would make.SYNOPSIS:Aliens contact Earth. Only they aren’t aliens. They’re men like us. Turns out, there’s a galaxy wide peaceful stable society. Earth is so far away, we went unnoticed. The aliens are eager to open trade with Earth. After the initial shock, they are allowed to land and commence trade negotiations.Jasmine is a former military fighter pilot. Her career was derailed by ‘friendly fire’ and her personal life was shot to hell by a cheating spouse. Still, she made a career as a successful artist, but longs to have more. Anything. Then she see HIM. The man of her dreams. Literally. She had a vision, after being shot down, and the man in her vision is on one of the alien ships. Jasmine doesn’t wait around for life to come knocking, she makes a grand plan and executes it. And before you know it, she’s hitched a ride on the Quillee with dream man.Rom is a hero in every sense of the word. Cool. Spilling over with honor and sexiness, he’s the exiled crown prince. He too had a vision of a woman, and when he spies Jasmine, his life is spun on a new compass setting.Together they explore worlds, discover a deep love based on mutual respect, and work to save the galaxy from the greatest threat in 11 millinnia. PROS:This is my favorite sci-fi romance of all time. ‘Nuff said.The sequels!!! Yeah!The Star Prince (about her son Ian - also Magnifico!!!)The Star Princess (about her daughter Ilana - a super novel that takes place on Earth!)This novel and the sequels deal with step families, and Step parent adoptions. I love that the families fit together so well. Oh Oh Oh! The Cover! Yeah, you like it too!The universe Grant created is WOW! The Treatise of Trade, the glue - the document that holds the galaxy in peace and is their governing document is such an incredible idea. The ‘pure bred’ ruling class the “Vash” have physical characteristics due to 11,000 years of carefully controlled marriages. The idea that ‘divorce’ is an unknown concept in the Vash society. The realism of very real problems of fighting outside enemies, and internal traditions that mire the galaxy into being so woefully unprepared.WOW. I love this book more each time I re-read it. Be sure to buy all 3 novels.

  • Lyndi
    2019-03-12 10:25

    ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME.This book. This motherfucking book, y'all.The H/h have sex atop a giant snail while watching the sunset over the ocean.I have written and deleted a thousand words in this review because I literally can't figure out how to express the feelings I am experiencing over this. But truly, words fail me right now.

  • Laz the Sailor
    2019-03-06 06:39

    Since this is a Susan Grant story, you know you're going to get a good scifi romance. The characters are strong and well-defined, the challenges are large but not over the top, and the sexiness will vary from tepid to hot.This is one of the hot ones.Jas is a delightful heroine, mature and feisty, she does what needs to be done to protect her family. Plus she'll fight back-to-back with her man against all opponents. Tears may be spilled, but it won't affect her aim.This is the start of a series (3 so far), and I'll be reading the next one.

  • E.G. Manetti
    2019-03-01 07:42

    I picked up The Star King on a promo expecting Scifi Romance (which it is), and was pleasantly surprised to find an action heroine. One with no paranormal or super heroine powers. Jasmine, a former US Jet pilot has a Twilight Zone-esque encounter with an alien fighter pilot, Rom, when they are both simultaneously shot down in battle on different planets. When their teams rescue them, they are torn apart to yearn for each other for nearly twenty years. They are reunited when earth is discovered by the galactic empire and the recently divorced Jasmine decides to go spacefaring.Although it drags a little in places - certain plot twists could be seen coming for two chapters - all in all, it is nicely suspenseful with evil galactic terrorists, some fairly entertaining 'cultural clashes' and a grown up love-affair, Star King is a great summer read.

  • Pearl
    2019-03-14 11:27

    Dull story, Dull main character. Just...pretty...dull

  • Rhode
    2019-03-06 06:41

    Maybe it's not so bad if you've never read any decent science fiction. But if you have, this will seem truly awful.

  • Lover of Romance
    2019-02-25 11:24

    Jasmine, on her fighter jet, crashes down and then she sees a man..a stranger one who is compelling and becomes forever in her memory. Since then, Jas has never been satisfied with her relationships, for she is always looking back to him whose memory has been burned in her mind forever. Rom, once a heir of the B'kah, is looking for adventure and the one woman who has haunted him day and night. Now he is planning on finding her, even if its in a remote system and in the 'frontier' no less. Jasmine, aches for this stranger who haunts her and calls out to her, so when she see's that he is on TV, she knows she must find him, never realizing that finding him would change her life forever and that he would awaken a love so powerful that she would stand by his side for all time...The Star King is the second book in the Star Series by Susan Grant. This is the first book that I have read by this author, and I am falling more and more for the futuristic/sci fi romance. I haven't read many of them...but I have found quite a few treasures and The Star King is one of them. I just loved everything about this book... I loved the idea that Jasmine is older than most lead heroines are in romances....there was also a freshness about this story and there was the exciting and ever on the role kind of plot, that had be engaged throughout the story. The characters were so likeable, and there was such a sizzling heat to the side of the story....that had me on fire till the very end!!!! A Winner!!!My Favorite Quote He needed her with a desperation born of his precarious position at the edge of death, wanted to make love to her while he possessed the strength and passion of life. Her pleasure would be his salvation.

  • Tara van Beurden
    2019-03-07 13:27

    This is the first in the trilogy that Grant wrote before her Otherworldly Men series (which I read last year) and whilst this was still an enjoyable space romp (and I love me some space romping!) the inspiration for the later series was starkly obvious. The religion used as the basis for society in the Otherworldly Men universe is an evolved version of the one used in this trilogy as is the fact that the religion is used in the manner it is. Moreover, the personas of many of the characters bear striking similarties to the later series. Now working my way through this earlier series, I’m kinda glad I started reading the later series first, because I don’t think I would have enjoyed it as much had I come to it after reading this series. Having said that, its still an enjoyable read. The characters are fun, there’s a good dose of spaceships shenangians, the sex scenes are strong without being pornographic and there’s minimal use of over-the-top lovey-dovey dialogue that usually haunts romantic novels. I would still definitely recommend it to other sci-fi/rom-com fans.

  • Kathrynn
    2019-03-17 14:22

    I'd forgotten all about this book and while working on this author's books remembered it. Neat book. Sci-fi with heroine as a fighter pilot that crashes and she "sees" the hero in dream-like state. She helps him and they form a relationship via mind only. He then comes looking for her in real life. I enjoyed it and it's been a long time since I read it, hope I got the details correct.

  • Kathy Davie
    2019-03-02 09:18

    Good story. Needs to take more time with development of her character interactions. She could build in such great tensions between her characters and instead it’s almost like she’s sticking to the barebones of the outline.

  • Twist
    2019-02-28 06:35

    I really like this one. It starts out with some fantasy, but quickly becomes more sci-fi like. I really don't want to hash out the plot. I will say it is the 1st meeting for Earth government with aliens. We meet a new culture, but don't really learn much about it, since the story doesn't really have much to do with it. Rom is kinda a rebel/black sheep of the family.I appreciate the way that the author wrote the feelings between Rom and Jas. There was no 'other woman' or 'I'm not good enough for you', going on. It was more like 'it is what it is'. I definitely will be checking out the rest of the series.

  • Coco.V
    2019-02-23 12:28

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  • Shannon
    2019-02-28 09:22

    I enjoyed this and will definitely be reading the other books set in this universe. Susan Grant manages to convey a depth of feeling in her writing, and her books contain an element of humor that really works for me. It's also obvious that Grant knows what she's talking about regarding being in the Air Force. I'm not sure if she actually was, though I think I read that this is, in fact, true.The characters here are for the most part good. I liked that Jasmine is a little older than your average romance heroine, and for the most part she acts like it. Her experiences as a soldier come in handy, and I was glad that she was given the chance to shine in this way.Rom, too, was a great hero. At least, I thought he was pretty sexy in a Han Solo sort of way. I liked that the anger he felt at his assumption that Jas had betrayed him lasts for only a short while and he soon becomes fascinated with the woman that she is, not the one his mind has made him out to be.As for the secondary characters, they were less impressive, though my favorite by far is Rom's bodyguard, a great big hulking berserker named, of all things, Muffin. I also really liked that the sequel baiting wasn't terribly obvious. There aren't really any characters who show up in the book screaming, "Look, look, I'm hot and tortured. My book is next! Buy it now!"Also, I liked the definite empowering of women message that was rather subtly drawn in the book. If it weren't 1:00 in the morning, I might want to analyze it in more detail, but suffice to say it was nice to see that Rom worshipped and adored Jas, and she in turn got to reclaim her sexuality, which is a theme I love.Now for the bad. First, as I mentioned in my last post, sometimes the characters did veer a bit into wish fulfillment territory. When Jas thinks that it's incredible that Rom loves her stretch marks, my eyes rolled. No doubt in 20 years I will totally swoon over that scene myself, but I'm too young to appreciate it now.Also, the villain? Well, TV tropes would call him a knight templar. At one point, he even gives out an evil laugh. (Note that tvtropes.org is a huge time suck, so I highly encourage you go go exploring.)There were also some problems with pacing. The beginning was lovely, the middle drrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaggggggggggggged, and the end finally picked up speed. I would have liked for some of those issues to have been ironed out a bit better.Overall, this was fun. It's not rocket science (heh heh, rocket science? In a sci-fi romance? Aren't I clever?) but it is a lot of fun. Recommended if you can look over the pacing and the villain.

  • Al
    2019-03-03 07:36

    Okay, I'm not a romance fan. Well, I do read one writer who does a good job of spinning a yarn. I started this book expecting a science fiction story. When the romance side started taking center stage, I decided to stop reading it. I even made some noise to that effect here on Goodreads. The next day, I picked up my Kindle to delete it, but decided to read a "bit more" to see what happened to the current "situation". Before I knew it, I was immersed in the story and couldn't get out. (HELP!!!).Suddenly, the story was over and I was reading the author's bio and the teaser for the next book in the series. I blame the author. Her writing is just TOO good.Now, even though this is the first book in a series, the story is complete. It looks like the next book is about related characters, but the main situation in the first book has been wrapped up nicely. Still, I have this maniacal desire to buy the next book.The story is set in the future and the characters do indeed run around the Galaxy in their adventures. But it is definitely a romance. It follows the "standard" romance formula (yes there is such a thing, but it's not written down anywhere). There's a hunk who's an "A" type personality and a "strong" woman who melts whenever he's around. Romance fans will love it.One surprise: the female "lead" is a fighter pilot (F16s) in the beginning of the book. It turns out that the author, Susan Grant, was an Air Force pilot and currently herds jumbo jets for a living, so she knows what she's writing about. I'd suspect that writing keeps her sane while she's laying over in a motel room in a strange town that she's already explored on previous layovers.Now, there are a (very) few science errors in the book that her story editor didn't catch, nor her copy editor. But they don't really detract from the story itself.I'm still not a romance fan, but I could very easily become a Susan Grant fan.

  • Mary Dallenbach
    2019-03-13 14:37

    I really liked this book. Its hard to find good Sci Fi romance. I think this was was really well done. Sci Fi romance usually takes us into the future. The idea that extraterrestrials visit us in modern times was fun. I liked that Grant weaved a story that takes place in our modern time and also takes us to other worlds. Jaz was a great character. She was well grounded and focused as you would imagine a mature woman to be. She had a painful past but it didn't define her it made her stronger. I could relate to that. Rom was to die for as you would expect of a strong, protective hero. But I especially loved that he fought against his instincts and upbringing to be what Jas needed him to be just as she fought against the hurt of her past to be what he needed her to be. This was a fun ride with some charming cohorts along for the fun. Definately a 5 star for me. Now to go see if Grant wrote a book for Gann. (really crossing my fingers for that!)

  • Sandra
    2019-03-21 08:19

    I gave this one 3.5*. I would've given 4* but it was just a bit too cheesy.Definitely cheesy, but also fun, in a save the universe kind of way.Our heroine, Jasmine is a fighter pilot over Saudi when she is hit by friendly fire, crashes and blacks out - to dream of - our hero, is Rom B'kah, heir to the known universe, who is also in a starfighter that crashes on a far off world and who watches his brother die. He also dreams of her, 'his Angel'.Nineteen years later - they meet when Earth is visited by ET. She inveigles a trip on his starship and numerous adventures later they are fighting the same enemy as Rom faced before.HEA ensues, of course.

  • SheLove2Read
    2019-02-22 10:46

    Nothing wrong with what I did read. Just not holding my interest.

  • Judy Lewis
    2019-03-15 09:39

    CAPTIVATING, SEXY AND DIVINELY ENTERTAINING! Title: The Star KingSeries: The Star SeriesAuthor: Susan GrantDesignation: Book One of Series, Standalone Novel, NO CliffhangerReading Platform: Kindle EditionMy Rating: Five Riveting Stars*****Jackpot! I love science fiction, adore action/adventure, and simply can not live without an infusion of romance, but when I find the perfect combination of all three in one great book, I'm in heaven! And fortunately for me, that's exactly what Susan Grant delivered with The Star King, the first book in her divinely entertaining Star Series. I'd never even heard of Susan Grant but last week, The Star King was offered on Amazon as a free promotional download. So, after reading the blurb, I was more than a little intrigued and decided to give it a whirl. I freely admit I'm a sucker for a bargain, but I've actually found quite a few great new authors by taking advantage of these deals. This may have been my first time reading Grant's work but I can now say with utmost certainty, it definitely won't be my last. As a matter of fact, as soon as I finished The Star King, I raced back to Amazon and discovered there were two more books available in the series. I'm sure you already know what I'm about to say, right? Yup, I bought them both. I'm very passionate about books and have been since I was only four years old sitting on my father's knee while he read me a story every night of my life. I'm now 64 years young and in the last 60 years, I've reads thousands and thousands of books, too many to count, but I don't just read books, I devour them! And now after only one book, I can honestly say Susan Grant has easily secured a place among my top ten list of all-time favorite Sci-Fi Romance writers. To say I'm impressed with Grant's extraordinary imagination would be a huge understatement. It quickly became obvious that Grant is a gifted storyteller, exceptionally skilled at creating detailed and vividly depicted worlds, then populating them with strong, engaging characters who literally explode from the pages, capture your imagination and steal your heart. I was immediately drawn into this story by Grant's enjoyable, realistic style and highly addictive prose. After only the first few pages of this novel, I was glued to my chair, white knuckling my ereader with the pages flying as did the time, held captive and utterly enthralled with my heart fluttering wildly in my chest....and loved every single minute! The story was imaginative, unique, exciting, thrilling, intriguing, fast paced, well crafted and exceptionally well edited. The dialogue was smart, inventive, seductive, well executed and flowed effortlessly. The narrative was beautifully written in the third person with clearly defined his and her perspectives. But without a doubt, the crowning achievement of this story as well as my favorite component, is the magnificent cast of strong, fascinating and well developed characters. I was totally smitten with the two protagonists, beautiful Jasmine 'Jas' Boswell Hamilton, former Earth Air Force fighter pilot and now divorced artist, and Romlijhian 'Rom' B'kah, handsome alpha alien Vash Nadah warrior/pilot and disavowed Siennan prince. These two characters were a perfect pairing and played off each other brilliantly. The attraction, passion and sexual chemistry between Rom and Jas was absolutely captivating and so hot it sizzled! I found myself transfixed by the story of these two unlikely lovers from different worlds whose souls mysteriously defy the laws of time and space to connect during what I like to call an out of body death experience. Then nineteen years later and against all odds, they both battle insurmountable odds to find each other, and once united, embark on an adventure that will literally change the Galaxy. I laughed with them, cried for them, empathized with them and became completely swept away in their journey to find happiness and fulfill their destinies. It was bloody brilliant!When reviewing a book, there are several questions I always ask myself to determine my rating. First did I like, love or hate this story? In this case, that's an easy question. Quite obviously, I loved it! The Star King is a well crafted, beautifully written sexy, sci-fi romp filled to the brim with roguishly handsome aliens, heart-pounding action, spine-tingling adventure, heart-stopping danger, gripping drama, gut-wrenching angst, heated attraction, fiery passion, steamy sex and heartwarming romance. Quite simply, it's an all you can eat buffet for thrill seekers, action junkies and alien lovers who need a liberal sprinkling of romance thrown into the mix, and with this book, you get it all and then some!Second, was there anything I didn't like about the book? Quite frankly, not a darn thing!Third, would I recommend this book? You bet and I am but only for adult readers since it does contain some exquisitely written love scenes. And yes I said love scenes and not sex scenes because there is a difference. Although the scenes are explicit, this is not what I consider erotica.Fourth, will I read this author again? Abso-freaking-lutely! As I said, I've already purchased the next two book of this series, The Star Prince which features Jasmine's son and The Star Princess featuring Jasmine's daughter, and I can hardly wait to get started on both!And finally, was I entertained? Good gracious, yes! I was totally entertained, from beginning to end; so much so, I couldn't bring myself to put it down, reading well into the wee hours of the morning to finish all 368 pages! Fabulous entertainment and an awesome read!

  • Gwen (The Gwendolyn Reading Method)
    2019-03-09 13:43

    huh. I liked it. But in some ways I was underwhelmed. There was a twist I kept expecting to come and it just didn't. So it was a perfectly normal, but not overwhelmingly interesting story. But in the dearth of many options in the sci fi romance genre these days, it filled a purpose!

  • Ana Maria
    2019-03-04 09:30

    Lei este libro hace tiempo. A España apenas habia llegado nada con romance y cifi, si habia llegado algo que podia catalogarse como "romance cifi" que era la Rosa Cuantica y Inversion primaria, pero ambos libros estaban editados como simplemente de CIFI y estaban casi descatalogados, me costo mucho encontrarlos. Asi pues este fue el primer libro que lei de este genero, estaba muy emocionada, queria ver que podia ofrecerme la autora, algo que no fuera demasiado "raro" pero que fuera interesante de leer y asi fue, me mostro unas cuantas civilizaciones, incluida la que representa el personaje princiapal, el "rey". Lo cierto es que para ser un Alien es extrañamente muy humano, y ademas e nel fondo bastante cariñoso, lo agradezco. No excesivamente machista aunq podria serlo y un personaje con una pena muy grande por algo que le pasa.La protagonista principal es fuerte, ha sonado toda su vida con viajar por las estrellas, es una mujer de armas tomar, piloto de caza aunq ahora lo ha dejado y tiene dos hijos mayores.Se presenta esta civilizacion alieniguena al mundo, sobre todo esta nave de comerciantes y ella no lo duda, hara lo que sea para poder viajar por las estrellas, y lo consigue.El resto del viaje, es un viaje por mundos "misteriosos" casi magicos, distintos al nuestro y como horizonte el espacio infinito y las estrellas. Se agradece, las explicaciones no son muy largas pero si te situacion en el lugar.El romance va siempre a buen ritmo, "conociendose" / o mejor reconociendose :P) y con alguna otra intriga relacionado con "nuestro principe" y su civilizacion, ya sabeis consipraciones :DCreo que casi cualquiera pudiera leer este libro porque es bastante entretenido y el romance pues es interesante, no hay cosas raras ni nada por el estilo, solo que el marco son las estrellas, y es ahi donde cobra fuerza el libro.Un viaje por las estrellas con un lider (extraterrestre) muy sexy, algo atormentado pero tambien un hombre muy integro y dulce incluso.

  • Karen
    2019-03-15 07:42

    I read on average a book a day and have found that I go through four to five 4-5 star books to find one that I not only finish, but want to read more by that author. This book is not only that one in five, but something rare-a book that kept me up all night reading. I was absolutely glued to my Kindle. Rom B'Kah is the exiled Vash Nadah Prince, now a space trader and pirate. Twenty years earlier he was fighting Sharron, an enemy to his people, when his brother was killed and he was left sterile from exposure to the hostile planet's radiation. Unable to produce an heir, he was banished. He still has memories of a black haired woman who came to him when he was mortally wounded on that desert planet, grieving his brother and slipping over to the other side. She brought him back, then left him, and he hasn't forgiven her. Jasmine Boswell was a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force when she was badly injured after being shot down by friendly fire over Afghanistan. She remembers a dream of a man there, but she can't see his face. Recovering, confused, and pregnant with twins, she marries the pilot who shot her down. Now, twenty year later, she is a successful artist, a divorced mother of two college bound teens, and believes the man from her dreams is only in her mind. Then she sees news reports of an alien Vash trade delegation that include glimpses of a man who looks much like her mystery dream man. And she begins to devise a plan that will enable her to realize her dream of space travel, by hitching a ride with the mystery man, never imagining her adventure will change the course of history.

  • Holly Bargo
    2019-03-25 08:30

    A cut above other alien romancesFirst, kudos to the author for a technically clean book. No complaints about grammatical errors this time.Second, the story flows well with even pacing, realistic dialog, and well developed characters. The running gag about ale is definitely worth a chuckle. The use of mature adults instead of teeny-boppers is a welcome change of pace.Excellent book!

  • Anneliese
    2019-03-03 14:18

    This is a book that has been on my to-read shelf for a really long time. So long, that I decided that I was finally going to get around to reading it. I have to say, I think I built this book up to be more than it was. I was a little disappointed in the world building. I think I'll give another in this series a chance but not anytime soon.

  • MB (What she read)
    2019-02-23 10:20

    7/12/16 2.5 stars: Silly, but enjoyable. The world building is completely and entirely hand-waved away, and the heroine seems to either be fatally naive or have a subliminal death wish, but this is enjoyable enough if that kind of thing doesn't drive you bats.

  • Sommertime
    2019-02-22 08:41

    A little slow in spots, but a nice romance and fun sci-fi story. I was a little put off by his attitides towards intimacy. I can't put my finger on why, but it was mostly his cavalier attitude about sex. It didn't endear him to me very much.

  • Anett
    2019-03-16 12:33

    A great and believable space story. I have to read the next one now. Up, up and away.... ;-)

  • C.J.
    2019-03-22 10:47

    Good story. It was slow to start but happy with the ending.

  • Brandifer
    2019-03-04 08:48

    This book is exactly what it looks like: junk food for the brain. As junk food goes, it was top tier - a 3-scoop banana split with a ton of whipped cream. MMMMMMMM yummy! :)

  • Carrie
    2019-03-05 08:31

    3.5* An enjoyable book, but with average plotting and characterization. The romance was steamy and well-written. I'll definitely read the next one in the series.