Evelyn Aster writes romance for grown-ass women. She loves heroines who make mistakes and have real problems just like her. Mostly, she lives, writes, drinks coffee and eats chocolate in Albuquerque, NM. She's managed to avoid being a meth dealer so far.
What is your writing process?
1. Runaway from the house to a local coffee shop. 2. Buy a mocha. 3. Type as fast as I can. 4. Return home and read everything I wrote. 5. Let my subconscious work on it until tomorrow. 6. Repeat.
Jazz hunts vampires when he's not busy being distracted by beer, babes and bands. His life is the perfect mix of adrenaline and fun. Or it is until a vamp decides to try to be friends with him. Plus he’s hired a woman he’s falling hard for when an ex-girlfriend shows up. But Jazz has to figure out who to trust fast or he’ll end up as a pet to an ancient vampire.
Fate throws together Lana and Jones via a shifting bar and a magical motorcycle. But Chase doesn't care about fate. He's always made his own way and plans to make Lana his. Warning: Sexual positions include anal.
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With the contract behind them, Charisse is determined to show Conor how much she cares about him. But her constant and mysterious fatigue threatens to keep her away from the party he's been guilted into giving for his dead wife's sister. After fainting just before the party, Charisse makes her way downstairs only to be accosted by someone from her past who she never wanted to see again.
Charisse needs her trust fund to buy back her salon. Daddy won't give it to her unless she goes out on a date with the captain of one of his ships. When Conor finds out, he takes full control of the salon...and Charisse.
Charisse finds out that Conor owns her beauty salon and shuts herself off from him and her father. Through patience and roses, Conor begins to win her affections. But a discovery after a lunch date flips Charisse's family world around again.
Jessica and Kyle have a book club of two at the Holiday Cafe. Jessica wants to heat things up with the hot but quiet Kyle only to find out his time as a soldier in Iraq prevents him from getting close. But after one romantic book suggestion, a goodnight kiss turns into much, much more...
All Stacy wants is the perfect Thanksgiving at her new house. After a year without sex, a boyfriend would be the whipped cream on the apple pie. All Hudson wants is the perfect Thanksgiving after his third Army tour in Afghanistan. But he arrives home to find his brother engaged to his girlfriend. He takes off on his Triumph motorcycle to drive to the only place he can think of: the Holiday Cafe.
Charisse's family is driving Conor crazy. Marie won't let Conor near Charisse, and Roy won't sign over the partnership for Charisse's salon. When the deal is finally done, Conor and Charisse share a quiet moment together at her salon. He even convinces her to give him another soul moving shampoo, but this time, it's not his soul that moves...
By Christine Hill at Love Serially a wordpress.com blog.
What I loved most about this novel was the time Evelyn Aster took to describe the characters’ personalities and mindsets. The characters are pretty vibrant and Mark is a saint with how patient he is with Sienna. And the sex scenes are HOT! Man those are some steamy scenes.