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Tuesday, January 10, 2012


You Can Never Have Too Much Romance
Linda Engman

* Flowers, Moonlight, Hearts, Roses, Champagne, Paris, Candlelight, Diamonds...Romance.
You can never have too much romance. That’s the tag line for my website and, on my website’s Welcome page, I state most women would agree. But on a daily basis do we actually receive flowers, go to Paris, open velvet boxes containing diamonds, or drink Champagne? I think it’s safe to say most of us don’t. Maybe that’s why romance books are the leading seller of fiction today; instant romance. And we ladies don’t have to wait for a special occasion or a holiday or for our guy to remember an anniversary date—to be romanced.

I can’t think of anything more fun to write about than falling in love. Taking two characters and having them fall for each other through the course of a story is the ultimate for me. I also love to have my hero and heroine travel a very romantic path together in order to find true love with each other. This leads to lots of fun twists and turns. In my first book I’ve Got You, auto mechanic Josh Craig seemingly doesn’t have a chance with attorney Amber Bradley—until they find common interests and grow together as a couple. In Falling For You, attorney Heather Grant and hockey star Cooper Gerhardt definitely are not looking for love—but somehow they manage to fall for each other in a unlikely romantic way and at the same time find what has been missing in their lives. In Manhattan Holiday, my romance novel just released in December, the love story between legal assistant April Sutton and developer Roman Vasquez is all believing in love at first sight—and trusting yourself, and the one you fall in love with. Pretty romantic if you ask me.

So if you need a daily dose of romance in between those special occasions or anniversary’s...pick up a romance novel, snuggle in a comfy chair, and fall in love. Enjoy!

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About the Author: Linda Engman loves to write contemporary romances about falling for someone when you least expect it. Her novels are set in small hometowns and other times in fast-paced big cities, and always sexy and romantic. When she's not writing she loves shopping for cute heels, playing tennis, spending time with her family, and lives in northwest Wisconsin on a lake with her husband, two teenagers, and two dogs.

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MANHATTAN HOLIDAY-Get Ready For a Very Romantic Holiday

Recently jilted, legal assistant April Sutton is ready to find a way to forget her ex-fiancĂ© and the heartache she’s been carrying around snowy Manhattan. With the New Year holiday approaching she’s determined to restart her life. Never in her wildest dreams does she expect a last minute marriage to dynamic Roman Vasquez, along with a sultry weekend trip and a romantic dream wedding, to do the trick.

In order to meet the New Year’s Eve deadline of his grandfather’s will, successful developer Roman Vasquez will do whatever it takes. Even if it means giving up his bachelor status and convincing an unwilling April Sutton to tie the knot. Although he finds all it takes to persuade her is—one kiss, a contract, and the wedding of her dreams.

Will Roman and April keep it all business...or let the magic of the holiday season, along with meddling friends, family, and hidden feelings turn their temporary whirlwind marriage into everlasting love?


Debby said...

There is nothing better than a romance for snuggling.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Linda Engman said...

I totally agree Debby. I'm always busy during the day writing, housework, errands, but look forward to the evenings to snuggle up with a romance story. :)

Dawn said...

I TOTALLY agree with your comment about why we women read (and need) romance novels!! Thanks for sharing..I love the sound of this book...

Linda Engman said...

Thanks Dawn! :)

VampedChik said...

I love snuggling up and reading romance! I can live vicariously through the characters. :) Thanks for sharing! It sounds really good!

Brenda Whiteside said...

Manhattan Holiday sounds very sexy and romantic. I loved "I Got You" so I've got Manhattan on my TBR list.

Linda Engman said...

I agree with you VC! That's why I love to write and read romances. So much fun to live vicariously through the characters, wear different clothes and live somewhere else...along with always getting the hot guy!
Brenda thanks for stopping bye! :)