Foreign Affairs by Six stories by Various Authors
Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Short Story (127 Pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Telstar
Everyone has a little spot in their heart for the wonderful, mysterious men of far away lands. Be it Italian or Greek, French or British, an accent and a different passport are a guarantee to make women swoon. If they’re sexy and sweet, all the better. That’s why we made an anthology dedicated to them. These six foreign men will certainly sweep more than the six women off their feet!
WARNING: Six foreign men who ooze charm and virility, definitely a possibility of sensual overload...
SPARK TO FLAME - By Karen Booth
A trip to sunny Florence in search of something illusive brings Lisa face-to-face with the man of her dreams. Can a chance encounter end in a lifelong love affair?
ALL I NEED - By Karen Stivali
Those last tension-filled moments just before the bride and groom pledge their vows are some of the most precarious moments in life...Anything can happen.
AGAPI MOU - By Michelle Garren Flye
A North Carolina winery. A gorgeous Greek male. Mix those two ingredients with one woman in need of comfort and you have the recipe for an intoxicating romance.
DIMPLES AND ROSES - By Georgia St. Mane
A Brit with dimples, definitely Bree's cup of tea.
DREAM VACATION - By Sidney Bristol
If you mix the charms of a Frenchman with the exotic surrounding of Cancun, Mexico, how could you avoid falling for a fairytale romance?
SIREN SONG - By J.M. Kelley
If you rescue a drunken Irishman, will he turn into a prince? Probably not, but, who wants a stuffy prince when you can have a daft Irishman as sweet as Declan.
These six short stories will fill you with girlish smiles and visions of foreign men with devilish smiles, come-hither accents, and smoldering excitement. All are well written and each story's ending is sure to satisfy with its happy-ever-after conclusion.
You can enjoy this book in small, savory bites, much like your favorite candy bar. So find a hidden corner and broaden your international contacts with the men of Foreign Affairs.