Waiting in Line – An erotic romance

Waiting in Line – An erotic romance

Waiting in Line - An erotic romance

An overnight stay outside the Apple Store, ahead of a major product launch, becomes a magical experience when Dylan Winfield takes a chance and strikes up a conversation with an attractive girl waiting next to him in the line.

Noelle Shaw is tired of guys who take her for granted, don’t know how to please her in bed, and don’t care to find out.

When Dylan cheekily suggests maybe Noelle needs to find a different kind of guy, perhaps one who will let her tell him exactly

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Mine To Take (Mine – Romantic Suspense)

Mine To Take (Mine - Romantic Suspense)

***New York Times and USA Today Best-seller!***

Sometimes you want someone so much…

Sometimes you need someone so much…

Lust can become love.

And love can turn into a deadly obsession.

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Skye Sullivan knows that someone is watching her. Not just watching–stalking her. Months ago, Skye was involved in a dangerous car accident. The accident ended her dancing career and sent her fleeing back to Chicago. Skye is convinced that

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6 thoughts on “Waiting in Line – An erotic romance

  1. Krista Rickard
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Man’s Perspective :), June 3, 2013
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    I haven’t read an erotic novel by a man. I found it very enlightening to see it through a man’s eyes. I know other female writers do the whole male perspective in their books and do a wonderful job but there is just something about seeing how a guy would write about such a touchy subject as going down on a girl. It’s nice to see that not all men are put off by the act. I love how the main character Dylan is so oblivious as to how sexy he is to Noelle. I love how a whole other side of his personality comes out and he had no idea where it came from. 2 word Hot & Sexy!!

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  2. Nightseer
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Unique and quite well done, June 3, 2013
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    An actual story rather than just a few paragraphs of prelude to graphic sex, which makes this story unique in this genre. Also written from the male point of view in a sensual, somewhat realistic way (I can’t believe someone with his level of experience would have quite that level of control, but it’s a nice thought…), which brings a different slant to the usual erotic story. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to reading more from this author.

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  3. Tina "UF and PNR Romance fan"
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Waiting in Line, May 31, 2013
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    Tina “UF and PNR Romance fan” (Spokane, WA United States) –

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    Gotta give the writer credit on this one, he turned a boring subject (standing in line overnight for an iPod release) into a fairly good story. Its unique to get the guy’s POV listening to a group of gossipy girls- but it was handled well and it was well-written. Surprisingly, a good free ebook- I enjoyed it. I will definitely read something else from this author.

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  4. Beth H
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Mine To Take!, June 16, 2013
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    Beth H (Lanoka Harbor, NJ) –

    This review is from: Mine To Take (Mine – Romantic Suspense) (Kindle Edition)
    Skye Sullivan has reached the apex of her career, she was the Prima Ballerina in NYC but that all changed one dreadful night when her car careens off the road damaging her leg. The feeling that she was being stalked before the crash only intensifies until she must turn to the only person she ever loved…the person who rejected her love and pushed her away…Trace Weston.

    Trace Weston runs a very successful security firm and has never forgotten the woman he let go. When Skye comes to ask him for help, Trace is never going to let her go again.

    The attacks on Skye escalate. Time is running out. Ten years of misunderstanding and a broken heart are a lot to overcome but can Trace uncover the threat to Skye before its too late.

    I adored both Trace and Skye. Trace provides the perfect alpha protector. While Skye might be a victim, she still has the strength to follow her dreams. Together, they make the perfect “could be” couple you want to support and watch their love succeed.

    Mine To Take is a marvelous suspense filled mystery with smoldering romantic tension and heart felt emotions. This truly was a perfect combination for a fabulous romance suspense story. Strong characters, deep investmemt in the out come, dark twists and unexpected plot turns makes Mine To Take a must read for the romantic suspense fan!

    I received this copy of Mine To Take from Cynthia Eden in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication June 12, 2013.

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  5. Hazel Godwin "Craves the Angst Book Reviews"
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A Bit On The Thrilling Side… But A Bit On The Flat Side Too!, July 14, 2013
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    This review is from: Mine To Take (Mine – Romantic Suspense) (Kindle Edition)
    A gifted copy was provided for an honest review by author, Cynthia Eden, through NetGalley.

    3 Simple Stars!
    The Review:
    This was a quick read that was filled with a mysterious “who done it” feel with intense characters and an interesting story. And though I liked it well enough to give it three stars, I just didn’t get any tingly feelings for the characters or a strong love of the story itself. It was just so-so for me and fell a little short.

    Story/Characters…
    Skye Sullivan walks into Trace Weston’s private security office needing help. She hasn’t seen him for ten years but she’s desperate because she thinks she’s being followed, and has been for a while, possibly even going back to the night of her crash which resulted in an injury where she could no longer dance professionally. She’s reluctant to go to Trace because they used to be friends and lovers, until the day he told her he never wanted to see her again.

    The initial meet is intense and full of longing looks and alpha male goodness. The moment we meet Trace, you know he’s going to be a yummy handful. Skye is a bit timid but she has reason to be. The last time she saw him, he rejected her out of the blue and told her to get out of his life. So the tension is immediate and sets the stage for a lovely push-pull relationship filled with doubt and hurt.

    But immediately, Trace wants back into her life now that’s she’s come to him for help and he’s willing to do anything to keep her there.

    With a mounting list of suspects from Skyes past lovers, it’s anyone’s guess as to who the guilty party is. Everyone suspects everyone and the suspicion is even thrown towards Skye at one point as parts of her past are revealed.

    However…
    Though all this buildup makes the story and characters interesting and I read straight through to the last page, when I was done, I just didn’t feel any strong connection to the read. I also thought the logic behind Trace leaving Skye was a bit cowardly. He wanted to get his life straight, become something more, so that if she ever came back, he would be ready. But we get the sense Skye is this fragile thing and Trace is this tough alpha. After all his success, he should have gone after her, done anything to win her back. The conflict just didn’t make much sense to me and it could have if there had been more details, more story, more history to fall back on.

    Also, you have these highly trained security people, at least one who’s been in Black Ops and are supposed to be the best in the business but they get foiled by…. the stalker. I won’t name who it was, but really? How did this get past them?

    The Wrap Up:
    This read fell a bit flat for me. I wanted to rate it higher because I didn’t dislike it but I couldn’t give it more than three stars because I didn’t love it either. Maybe if there had been more history with the characters such as flashbacks or even some idea of what happened to them while they were together, how they moved on from being friends to lover to ex’s, then I might have cared more about their situation. Either way, it wasn’t a miss but it wasn’t a hit either.

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  6. Readaholic
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Just okay, September 12, 2013
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    After reading this book I got the impression that I didn’t really know the characters. Yes, Skye, the lead female character was a great dancer and yes, she had a rough and poor childhood but, what else do I know about Skye? Not much besides her ex-lovers and her absolute love and trust for the main character. The same happens with the male character and that really bothers me. Ok, he was an army guy with a very secret profile but, in my opinion, that’s not a reason to totally ignore his past and his current life. I would have enjoyed knowing more about his business, his past love life, friends or likes and dislikes. Everything seemed to be rushed.

    This is the second book I have read by this author and I think I am giving up on her. It is not that her books are bad, because they are not. However, when I read a book I expect to feel attached to the characters and that it’s not the case with Ms. Eden’s books.

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