The Tarot Card by JJ Keller
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Length: Short (148 pages)
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Larkspur
A stalled elevator.
A sexy gypsy.
A straight-laced CEO.
Fate has a sense of humor.
Kerry McClure must secure her future as head of her father's corporation. She simply needs to sign a contract with Rune Technologies to ward off a hostile takeover.
When Kerry's mistaken for a gypsy fortuneteller, she plays along, but could one night of fun jeopardize her CEO confirmation?
Stein Laxdale needs the business deal with McClure Ventures or he'll lose control of Rune Technologies. He must decide if Kerry is his biggest threat or his greatest hope for a happily ever after.
Holy Cow what a great read! Ms. Keller gives us a love at first sight story. Stein and Kerry make a great hero and heroine.
I loved the characters, they were well developed and enjoyable to get to know. The writing style was great and was a credit to the author telling such a well written story confined in 148 short pages.
I loved the story line and was pleased with the way it flowed so smoothly and Vegas was a perfect setting. The love scenes were very inventive, sweet with just enough heat. The humor was well done and there was just enough angst to keep it interesting.
I think this novel would appeal to all lovers of romance. It’s a truly enjoyable tale of boy meets and gets girl.