Red Wine For Breakfast

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Red Wine for Breakfast is the story of strong, determined ex- New Yorker who has to shake off the laid-back attitude of L.A.to overcome the challenges of a radio industry that threatens to turn her off, and a man who only wants to turn her on. More

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Words: 79,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9780971191525
About Raven West

Raven West is the author of Red Wine for Breakfast, a behind the scene expose of Los Angeles radio, First Class Male, a romantic mystery involving a rural postmaster, a writer and a district attorney set in the majestic mountains of upstate New York and Undercover Reunion, a spy thriller for Baby Boomers, fans of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. and anyone who has ever attended a high school reunion.

She also publishes erotica under the pen name of FireBird.

To discuss the books, characters and receive updates on future publications and special events, please send an email to: raven@ravenwest.net

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Review by: Carol on May 01, 2012 :
This book features a strong heroine with a successful radio show forced to take on a new and obnoxious partner. As the tension between the two builds, something crooked is going on at the radio station. All told it is a different type of romance novel.
I did find the text fonts changes annoying (e-pub version needs to be re-formatted).
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jack on Nov. 02, 2011 : (no rating)
"Every day life for radio station folk in California. Very much a soap opera - not really my sort of book. Lots of dialogue, broadly taking the form "I hate you JR" and/or "I love you JR". The author seems to think that red wine for breakfast is a romantic gesture rather than a strong indicator of alcoholism. And someone other than the author to edit the text would improve it."
(reviewed long after purchase)

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