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I love romance and writing it is one of my greatest pleasures. Along with writing romance, I love sitting back and talking with authors that love romance just as much as I do. Since I've been reading romance since I was sixteen years old I am a book lover that still reads lots of books in a month. So, weekly I will also post my book picks. They may be picks that are new releases or maybe a favorite book of mine. On this blog you will see books featured by ALL romance genres.




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Thursday, November 29, 2007

In The Mail...

Today, I got home to find a package from Amazon with my name on it. Yes, just as you guest my print copy of The Marriage Clause came. Man, the feeling of holding my own book never gets old. It is such an awesome joy. Moments like this keep me motivate to write.


Friday, November 23, 2007

Yvette Is Thankful For...

Having faithful readers. Supportive friends. Committed publishers. Hardworking editors.

Much love, friendship and blessing through this Thanksgiving holiday.


Thursday, November 15, 2007

The Marriage Clause is available now...

Hello everyone,
My book The Marriage Clause is available now through Tease Publishing, LLC. Buy your copy today. Don't miss entering the contest as well.

What do you win?
2008 Planner
Note Pad
Sticky Pad
Note Cards
Mini calendar
Coffee Mug
…and more.
If you purchase the book you can win the bonus prize, even if you are not the first to respond with the answer to the questions: The Marriage Clause T-shirt!


Friday, November 09, 2007

The Romance Studio Reviews The Marriage Clause

The Marriage Clause
Yvette Hines
Contemporary erotic romance
Available from Tease Publishing
ISBN: 987-1-934678-44-6
November 2007

They met at her senior prom and they danced, once. The next time Stephen Lexington and Chantal Montgomery saw each other was eight years later, and they were being introduced as future husband and wife. Chantal’s father, now deceased, owned a chain of luxury hotels and Stephen’s father had a large string of affluent jewelry stores located in Montgomery Hotels worldwide. Ten years ago, the fathers had added an addendum to their extensive contract. The two would marry when Chantal took over the business. Her maiden aunt, Marilyn, had run the business until now, but the change of command was imminent. This transfer of leadership would take place that night at a dinner party at which time Stephen and Chantal would announce their upcoming marriage.
Neither Chantal and Stephen were happy, but were raised knowing that their positions upheld business agreements. The wedding was held one month later and Stephen left immediately for his office in Spain. During the months that followed, even though there was little contact between them, the sub characters were very actively involved in both their lives. Stephen’s best friend, head of security for Lexington Jewelers, and Liza, Chantal’s best friend, were solid, sensual people who had an underlying love story of their own. The Board of Directors for Montgomery Hotels produced several different characters which challenged and/or helped Chantal.

This is a great story which easily flowed through the lives of both the main characters and their friends and employees. There was even a villain determined to recapture her stronghold on Stephen. The plot was well defined and presented a manuscript that I found hard to put down. There are some kinks in their overall relationships that caused additional stress on the newly-married couple. However, the little tidbit at the end will surprise even the biggest skeptic!

Ms. Hines has done a fine job with this story. I truly believe that anyone would enjoy this book. It had its sensual incidents, which were so good, but the story was not limited to the sexual scenes. I highly recommend you read this book.

Overall rating: 4.5 Hearts
Sensuality rating: Very Sensual

Reviewer: Brenda Talley
November 5, 2007

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