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Friday, June 12, 2009

Take Two by Danielle Bronson

Take Two by Danielle Bronson
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full (300 pages)
Heat: Spicy
Rating: 5 Books
Reviewed by Larkspur

Hollywood bad boy Ty Hawthorne reunites with former co-star and lover Grace Ann Langley to promote the much anticipated DVD release of their show, Undercover Heat. Their speculated real-life pairing has always stirred the rumor mill and the mystery behind the sudden cancellation of the show.

Grace is the daughter of a high profile appointee of the New York City Archdiocese, Deacon Jordan Langley. He never forgave her for the scandal she almost created with her co-star. Now, thanks to Ty's money-hungry ex-wife, who hires a back alley paparazzi, headlines of the couple's past soon hit the paper. Ty will stop at nothing to protect Grace's honor.

And their potentially devastating secret.

Take Two is on of the most “right on” titles ever it’s all about second chances. Ms Bronson gives us two larger than life characters who are very genuine people and who have secrets that just might cut those chances short.

The author gives us teasers that keep our curiosity piqued and keeps the pages turning. She gives us an excellent descriptive dialogue. Her cast of supporting characters encompassed a wide range from a maniacal ex-wife to an over protective father and they all sparkle in their own rights. The history between Tyler and Grace add dimension and interest to the novel and there’s enough drama to fill the pages of any tabloid or the screen of any soap opera. I also love how they slipped into their on-air personas when the mood hit them.

The love scenes are electric and sizzle and vary between the sweet and sensual scenes between Tyler and Grace to the crude and indifference of the scenes between Tyler and his woman du jour. The only problem I encountered through the whole novel were a few editing mistakes.

This book would appeal to lovers of celebrity fiction, readers who enjoy contemporary romance and readers who just love a great story. Take Two is and excellent read and if you like your romance to set off the smoke detectors then this one’s for you!!!