A couple weeks ago, one of the men curled his lip at me and with a condescending voice said, “It’s no wonder you can crank out a romance in a few months. They’re so predictable. I mean, once you learn the formula—boy meets girl, boy looses girl, boy gets girl back—they’re a snap to write.”
“Have you ever written one?” I countered.
“No, I’d never lower myself.”
I reined in the desire to jump across the table and coil my fingers around his throat.
So, dear readers and talented authors, do you feel romances are based on a formula? I'd like to know. And, if so, where the heck is my copy?
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Nurse Rachel Dennison comes to Texas determined to prepare her new patient for a second round of chemo. What she isn’t counting on is her patient’s twin brother, Storm Masterson. Despite her initial attraction, Storm has two things Rachel can’t abide: a domineering personality and a fiancée.
Half Native American, with the ability to have "vision dreams," Storm dreams about Rachel for three nights before her arrival. Both are unprepared for the firestorm of emotions their first chance encounter ignites.
Yet, ultimately, it is Rachel’s past—an abusive, maniacal ex-boyfriend—that threatens to keep them apart…and Storm’s dreams that bring them together again.