Posts Tagged ‘Phase Books’

Rekindling The Spark by Nicole Gestalt

August 20, 2009

RekindlingThe Spark 2.00Rekindling The Spark by Nicole Gestalt

Phase Books

Big, fat and frumpy is how Angela feels. After being married to her husband for more years then she can care to remember the spark seems to have gone. She still loves him as much as she ever did but somehow it’s just not the same. From the first moment that she sets eyes upon her young gardener Richard things begin to change and the spark turns into a fire – but who will end up with her affections?

I found Rekindling The Spark to be a unique story with a quirky twist. At first it seems to be the standard story of a housewife who believes she is unappealing and kind of gives up on sex with her husband.  I feel that how Angela views herself is how many woman who go through that time period in their lives may feel. I believe that Angela really loves Matthew but is unhappy with the ways things are and does not know how to change things.



Pick Of The Litter by Wendy Stone

July 15, 2009

Pick Of The LitterPick Of The Litter by Wendy Stone

Phase Books

A night out has an unexpected ending for Marissa Spencer. Ending up on the wrong side of town, she stumbles into a bar and is attacked by ten men. When all hope seems lost, a dark stranger saves her and sweeps her away to his huge estate and into the midst of a world she’d never thought could be real. How could she have known that her savior was, in truth, a shape-shifter? Who would have thought that the gorgeous black panther with the golden torq was really the man of her dreams? She could only hope that she’d found the Pick of the Litter.

Pick Of The Litter hits you right off with our heroine, Marissa Spencer, being attacked by eight men in a filthy bar on the wrong side of town. Gang rape was what they had in mind but with the appearance of our hero, Lukah Alexandros, Marissa was only raped by one man. This scene plays an important part to the entire story. These ne’er-do-wells show up later in the story to again confront our heroine.