Saturday, June 23, 2012

New Review For When You're With Me!

Natasha Blackthorne has posted a review for When You're With Me. Natasha is a dear friend of mine and I very much appreciate her thoughts on this book. Here's what she had to say!

I loved this story. The main characters are so well drawn and deep. They are two flawed human beings who are working hard to overcome the obstacles in their life, and in doing so, find love together.The journey that Jude and Drew takes is very emotional and erotic and a touch on the darker side. There is a definite feeling of hope for the future and healing and a very credible and satisfying happy ending. When I Am With You is one of my top two favorites of Wendi Zwaduk's works. I also love Please Remember Me. Her realistic heroines are so easy to cheer for as they struggle to grow and learn.

Read the full review here!

A topless dancer plus a cynical cop doesn’t equal a lifetime love...or does it?

There’s more to Jude Nelson than just a sequined thong. She has big dreams of becoming an artist. There’s one tiny wrinkle in her plan-she’ll never forget the bloody image of her friend’s battered body in the dumpster.

Who can a nude dancer turn to for help? Certainly not a hardened undercover cop...

Detective Drew Alwyn is on the case to find out who murdered his good friend and fellow officer. But the moment he sees Jude, he can’t look away. He has to decide which is more important-his dedication to his job or the girl who holds his bruised and battered heart.

Will these two opposites come together to solve the case or will their desire consume them?

Reader Advisory: This story contains scenes of bondage, mentions of drug use by secondary characters, silk, sequins and art supplies used in foreplay, voyeurism and a little spanking for good measure.

Available at Total-E-Bound or AllRomance Ebooks