Taming Romeo

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Evie Sanchez is recovering from heartbreak when she runs into Romeo Garcia, the boy she left behind. Now a movie star, Romeo never understood why Evie stood him up. He whisks her away and reignites her love with romance and skillful lovemaking. But is the fantasy real or revenge? Evie and Romeo are about to discover if their buried feelings will explode in pure delight or utter disaster. More

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About Rachelle Ayala

Rachelle Ayala is the author of dramatic romantic suspense and humor-laden, sexy contemporary romances. Her heroines are feisty, her heroes hot. Needless to say, she's very happy with her job.

Rachelle is an active member of online critique group, Critique Circle, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has three children and has taught violin and made mountain dulcimers.

Visit her at: http://www.rachelleayala.com or follow @AyalaRachelle on Twitter.

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Reviews

Amanda Phillips reviewed on March 2, 2014

Taming Romeo by Rachelle Ayala was a cute read that left me wanting more. The beginning felt a tad bit filled with too much info as the author told quite a lot about the names and styles of food prepared in the family restaurant. I struggled a little through that and couldn't get into the book. But as soon as I was past that, taming Romeo took off! I couldn't put it down and finished it in the same day.

I can't wait to delve more into this family in the upcoming books!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lyssa Layne reviewed on Feb. 27, 2014

This story was quite different than her Chance for Love series, but I still loved it. I especially enjoyed that Evie and Romeo weren't kept apart the entire book and the major conflict was where their long-term relationship stood. Don't worry, there was still plenty of twists and turns along the way. However, I feel like the book should have been called Taming Evie, not Romeo. Although he was a "bad boy," he was still incredibly sweet and you could tell how much he truly loved Evie. We all need a Romeo in our lives.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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