All for Love - 3 Series Starters

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Read the first full-length standalone New Zealand romances from Kris Pearson’s Wellington, Heartlands and Sheikhs Series. Once you’ve finished these heart-and-soul filled novels you’ll find plenty more to enjoy by this superb storyteller. The Boat Builder's Bed... Melting His Heart... Taken by the Sheikh - all sexy standalones that lead on to more of the same. More

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About Kris Pearson

Hello! I write sizzling contemporary romance, pure and simple. Well, maybe not that pure! They're sexy stories about couples who fall in love, and into bed along the way, just like real people do. The first novel in my new Scarlet Bay trilogy - SUMMER SPARKS - is a lusty romp with a heartbreaking backstory threaded through it. The best of both. The second is SUMMER SECRETS. I'm currently writing SUMMER SPICE, and this is available on pre-order.

I live in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Christmas here is in midsummer, and we use British English, so if you find an occasional word spelled differently to what you expect, please don’t think it’s a mistake. I’ve used my lovely harbour city as the setting for six of my novels and two novellas – hot, passionate contemporary romances full of love and laughter.

The three novels that make up my Heartlands series take you to meet guys and girls who live in our more remote country areas. I’ve also published two sheikh novels, as well as the current series set in Scarlet Bay – a beach holiday resort which doesn’t quite exist (but feels a lot like all my past summer holidays.) Next I’ll be publishing cozy mysteries.

In daylight hours I often work with my husband as a curtain installer (obvious career progression for a TV tech and an advertising copywriter.) We have a two-person partnership, and it suits us well. When I’m not up a ladder I’m down to earth in the garden. I have so many flowers you’ll probably get hay fever if you visit.

See all my books at http://www.krispearson.com If you’d like to check out the sweeter editions which are being translated for China under my Kerri Peach name, have a look at http://www.kerripeach.com

Four books are now available in Spanish. There's a Spanish version of my website http://www.krispearson.com - click the flags at the top right of it to change languages.
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Kris es una chispeante autora de romántica contemporánea, pura y simplemente. ¡Bueno, quizá no tan pura! Se trata de historias sensuales sobre parejas que, a medida que avanza la trama, se enamoran y acaban en la cama, exactamente como en la vida real.
Cuando hace buen tiempo se dedica a trabajar en el jardín y si llueve, a escribir, y cuando está inspirada y no puede dejar de escribir, el jardín puede cuidar de sí mismo. Es redactora publicitaria y decoradora especializada y autora de “La cama del constructor de barcos”, de la que se descargaron gratis más de un millón de copias en inglés, lo que permitió dar a conocer su trabajo e impulsar las ventas de todas sus demás novelas. Precisamente ahora, la versión española de esta novela se encuentra disponible gratis para los lectores de habla hispana, así que descargaos una copia ya.

Visit my Spanish website - http://www.krispearson.es

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Review by: Linda Walters on Aug. 6, 2017 :
And here are my thoughts on each book:
The Boat Builder’s Bed
I liked this book. The main characters Rafe and Sophie were good ones. Each with their own struggles of course. Rafe had fought through most of them and won but he still had the deep desire to have a loving family. He was raised by loving relatives but the rejection that he suffered from his mother and father was outrageous. He was basically rejected for the color of his skin; he wasn't pale enough. I liked how the Maori culture was explained and woven into the story. My favorite explanation was about getting Maori Revenge. What a great way to explain to a child how to overcome rejection. And he did.
I would have liked to see a bit more depth in the relationship between Rafe and Sophie. But don't we always want more?
MELTING HIS HEART-
Misunderstandings happen right out of the gate. Kate is almost instantly attracted to Matt but is believing he is already taken. And being a good woman, she doesn't mess with married men. Oh, the problems this causes.
Kate is looking for a new life but she's finding quite a few challenges along the way. The main one being Matthew.
I did enjoy the fact that I got to "hear" both P.O.V.'s from the main characters. Charlotte/Lottie made for a good, quirky secondary character too.
Overall it was a good emotional, push towards-pull away, romance story. And the misunderstandings continued for a while because of past hurts and suspicions. Speaking of suspicions, Kate's father isn't even there and he is causing problems that he doesn't even know about. There is also some humorous games that went on too.
I enjoyed this book; a charming but at times hot story that ends up with a H.E.A. and no cliffhangers.

Taken by the Sheikh
I liked the story, in fact the book blurb caught my attention because of the different sounding plot. I think it did a pretty good job of keeping my interest because of the difference from the usual ideas. Both of the main characters were also able to keep my attention and there are also some interesting secondary people in the story. There is also another unexpected surprise waiting for Laurel, we the readers get to hear about it first as the story runs. It added another element to the story. It was a good surprise for a change. One that Laurel will enjoy. The story does have some predictable moments but in the long run still managed to be enjoyable. There is a HEA with no cliffhangers. A good afternoon story.
****UPDATED NOTE*** I found that when I read this book again, I enjoyed it more than the first time. The first time on Amazon I gave it 3.5 Stars but for some reason I enjoyed it a lot more. Felt like it really was worth 4 Stars instead.
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