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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Book review: Midnight Sun, by MJ Fredrick

I tried this book because, well... it's by an author on my roster and I love her stuff. Plus, it was a good deal, and I'll admit to a smidgen of curiosity because she'd self-pubbed it. (We've all heard the really bad reports about self-pubbed books that are a total trainwreck, but I had faith in her.) So here's my review:

Ever do something one night, and regret it the next day?

From the moment Marcus wakes up to find Brylie gone, he misses her. And from the moment later in the day when Brylie discovers hottie Marcus--her hook-up from the night before--is actually her boss, she knows this voyage is going to be trouble. Brylie’s got more reason than “office politics” to be wary of a relationship with a silver-spooned snowboarder who has the power to fire her from her job as head chef aboard a tourist ship to Antarctica. When Marcus’s family sent him cruising on one of their ships to keep him out of trouble, they had no idea the danger they’d sentenced him to—or that their “bad boy” would end up a hero.

Cruise ships and conflict, pirates and private pasts, tension and tempestuous seas… MJ Fredrick grabs with an action-packed plot, relatable characters, sizzling hot romance, and plenty of suspense--proof positive that “self published” is not synonymous with shoddy fiction.

I rate this book a Get Your Own Copy! A book you love so much, no way are you loaning it out. Worthy of high praise and frequent recommendations – but trust us, if you let someone borrow this one, they’ll “forget” to return it. Don’t miss the next title by this author.

Piper Denna
Romance is sexy!


Sutton Fox said...

Sounds like a great read. Thanks for checking it out. Not sure I'd have found it otherwise. :)

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