February 14, 2010

♡ Happy Valentine's Day Book Lovers ♡

Everyone loves a good love story. My all-time favorite love stories are Sundays At Tiffany's and Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas by James Patterson. I literally dropped a couple tears of sadness and happiness while reading both books. The stories are so heartfelt and descriptive, you have no other choice than to feel emotions. I am a big fan of his Alex Cross and Women's Murder Club series. It amazes me how this author can write different genres so well.

If you're into classic predictable romance novels (with the cheesy covers), read Irresistible Forces by Brenda Jackson. Taylor Steele knows exactly what she wants: a baby with no strings, no commitments, and no relationship. All she needs is the perfect man that will agree to such an arrangement. After careful planning, Taylor approaches her sexy, wealthy client, Dominic Saxon. It doesn't take long to convince Dominic that this is a perfect idea since he wants children without the marriage. The two professionals enter into a business...and each other bodies. As the arranged lovers procreate on the island, their relationship suddenly takes an unexpected turn. Events begin to happen that were not previously agreed upon in the contract. 

Just like every other romance novel, this is an entertaining read with a predictable plot. From the beginning chapters, you can tell how the story will end. The love scenes are repetitive, but steamy. If you're looking for a quick book to read and a happy ending, read Brenda Jackson's romance novel to see how Taylor and Dominic handle the irresistible forces between them.

The ever-so-popular The Notebook, is more famous because of the movie. But did you know it was a book originally written by Nicholas Sparks? 

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