• Review: A Fairy Tale For Gwyn

    Gwyn Jones has her life all mapped out. She’s divorced, has three children and her own and a business. She’s decided that there will be no other man in her life since her ex-husband walked out on her and the children years ago. However, one...

  • Review: Roman Holiday

    Phyllis A. Humphrey takes her readers on a detailed Italian tour in this descriptive inspirational romance. The descriptions were so vivid that I could practically feel the cobblestones under my feet and feel myself surrounded by the abundance of art...

  • Article: Are Canadians Sexy Writers? by Renee Field

    Us Canadians Like to Write Hot What’s with being a Canadian erotica writer? Whenever I tell people I’m a Canadian and I write erotica I get the ‘look’. I’m not talking about the “what you write erotic’ look, I’m...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Grace Burrowes

    "The Heir" (Sourcebooks Casablanca) will be on the shelves December 1, 2010. Please tell us your latest news! "The Heir," will hit the shelves December 1, the flagship Regency romance in The Duke's Obsession trilogy. Three brothers are beset by their...

  • Review: Chik~Lit for Foxy Hens

    Chik-Lit for Foxy Hens reinforces life does not end at forty and second-time-around love is alive and well. This thought provoking collection of four novellas is well worth keeping for occasional re-reading. Rose by Sharon Ervin Jan and Charlie Hartley...

  • Review: Gareth's Gambit Songs of the Mages 2

    With Gareth’s Gambit, Jean Hart Stewart creates a unique romance where history is overlaid by fantasy; set in post-World War I England with telephones and autos, but with mores and sensibilities of the Regency era where children are property of...

  • Review: Call Me Mrs. Miracle

    This is a heartwarming and touching story about family and love. It is the second story featuring the character of “Mrs. Miracle”; however, each book can be read as a stand alone book.   I have not read the first book and was...

  • Review: Ghost Shadow Bone Island Trilogy #1

    If you are looking for an entertaining paranormal romantic suspense, Ghost Shadow is for you. Ms. Graham is a writer that has been around for a while, and there is a reason for that. She is just plain good. The story is centered on Katie O'Hara, who is...

  • Review: Ghost Shadow Bone Island Trilogy #1

    Katie O’ Hara has had friends and interesting friendly friends all her life. She has heard these people in her head all her life and is quite comfortable with them. People around her say she’s crazy but sometimes these types of friends are...

  • Review: Night Ranger's Moon The Lykoians, Book 2

    Night Rangers Moon is a sexy blend of suspense, action, romance, and Lykolans! Welyin is a hard core Night Ranger and he takes his job seriously! No room for errors and least of all a woman. I loved how smart, sexy and focused he is while trying to find...

  • Review: Call Me Mrs. Miracle

    Jake Finley is at the point where he must prove to his own father that he can do it. Yet his father has no faith in him. As the son of Finley department store he knows the company will someday be his. This Christmas though he made a decision that went...

  • Review: 1022 Evergreen Place

    Mack McAfee is head over heels in love with his tenant. He has been in love since last year when he rescued Mary Jo and delivered her baby, Noelle. Ever since then he has tried to convince her that his love for her is real. The thing is that she is afraid....

  • Review: Hands On

    Ginnie Anderson's life seems to be riddled with disaster much like the past she is trying to leave behind. Her newly rented cute cottage in Portland, Oregon, has just fallen around her ears during a storm. Her beloved marionettes are about to be destroyed....

  • Review: Unbound

    Unbound is an entertaining and highly erotic space fantasy set in a universe totally created by the author, Kay Danella. The story begins with the heroine, Asrial, preparing to land her space ship, known as the Castel, on the planet Maj. Asrial is a relic...

  • Review: Mistress At Midnight Scandalous Women of the Ton, #3

    Mistress by Midnight is the third book in the Scandalous Women of the Ton series by Nicola Cornick. It’s a well written and highly entertaining historical romance which can be read on its own, though some of the secondary characters are the leads...

  • Review: Mistletoe Everywhere

    Long ago, Miss Penelope Lawrence gave up her idea of love. Now an orphan, she has resigned herself to living as her Aunt’s companion. What else, after all, is she supposed to do after being jilted four years ago by her would-be fiancé, Sir...

  • Review: The Bluebonnet Caf‚ Wayback, Texas Series - all can stand alone

    Opening with a bang, literally that of an opening door and cowboy boots hitting the floor, The Bluebonnet Café follows Avery Livingston and Will Steele as they reconnect after Will’s two-year absence. When he left two years ago, Will stole...

  • Review: Halloween in the Catacombs Tour Director Extraordinaire

    Halloween in the Catacombs by RA Siracusa was a cute retelling of a classic. This is my first time to read Ms. Siracusa’s Tour Director Series. Harriet Ruby was a quirky tour director with an odd assortment of tourists. I enjoyed discovering a little...

  • Article: The Taming of the Wolf by Lydia Dare

    Lydia Dare: I’d like to first thank everyone at Night Owl Romance for having all of us today. (Yes, there are several of us crowded in this blog right now) So before the sisterly bickering begins, I should introduce everyone to my coven of Scottish...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Ginger Simpson

    First Degree Innocence | Books We Love Publishing Partners | Women's Fiction/Suspense | 11/01/10 Please tell us your latest news! I'm so excited because starting this month and leading into 2011, I have nine new releases coming. I have six contracts with...

  • Review: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation A Pink Carnation Novel, #1

    Eloise Kelly is in England working on her dissertation on the gentleman spies such as Scarlet Pimpernal and the Purple Genetian, both of whom were unmasked. But one spy, the Pink Carnation, never had his identity revealed. Eloise is determined to find...

  • Review: The Dangerous Viscount

    Sebastian, Viscount Iverley has no inclination to bind himself to any woman. He just can't see the appeal of their twittering, giggling nor nagging personalities. He'd rather close himself off in his study with an ancient tome, the rarer the better. His...

  • Review: A Rush Of Wings

    The description for A Rush of Wings made me wonder if this would be one of those tongue in cheek stories. A character named Dante, a band called Inferno and a nightspot called Club Hell seemed to point in that direction. Luckily, what I found was a dark,...

  • Review: Trick Or Treat

    Angie Preston, an operating room nurse, doesn’t want a relationship at the moment because she has been badly burned in the past. She’s lonely, but isn’t ready for another boyfriend just yet.   Rob Hendricks, a local fire fighter,...

  • Review: Cowgirls Don't Cry

    Brandt McKay felt a connection to Jessie from the first time her saw her. Then, she married his brother, Luke. Though she was married to Luke, Brandt fell in love with her and her generous, loving heart all while Luke was cheating on her. When Luke dead,...

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Grady Judd by Ciana Stone

If there was such a thing as an urban legend in Cotton Creek it was Grady Judd. He'd broken the heart of every woman he'd ever kissed and he'd kissed a plenty. Many tried to rope him, tie him down and drag him to the altar, but Grady wasn't the marrying kind. In fact, no one was quite sure what kind of man Grady was. He showed up now and again, tended to his ranch and then would disappear just as fast and never utter a word as to where he'd been when he came home again.

He was a sexy temptation, rolled up in a fine male package, and was all too willing to deliver a night of pleasure. He was also completely unwilling to let anyone inside his impenetrable wall. It was all fun and games or nothing at all.

Until he showed back up in Cotton Creek this time to discover that he's not the only heartbreaker in town, which leads to a whole new game and an entirely new question. Could Grady Judd finally have met his match?