Knights in Shining Armor Sometimes Play Guitars
by D. P. McHenry Xlibris
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1401088139
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Two hot romance stories in one! You might want to keep a cool drink handy as these stories are sure to send your temperature soaring as you read. First: Johanna Morse needs time to think about the doubtful future of her six year relationship with Geoff, a man who has attempted to cut all of her old friends out of her life, a man whose self-centeredness has destroyed her feelings for him. A sojourn alone at a cabin by a lake seems the ideal time and spot to put things into perspective. Of course, she didn't count on meeting Ian McInnes, a famous rock star, who was residing in the cabin next door. And she is now faced with two decisions to make that will affect the rest of her life. Second: Kate Margaux has written the story of Johanna and Ian, realizing it is somewhat autobiographical, but hopes her friends will either not look too closely or accept with understanding. Life, as she knows, is a lot more complicated than a book and she is finding out just how much more there is to it as she begins publicity appearances and meets Simon Hardwicke, the man on whom the character of Ian McInnes is based. She must also face how much of her own personality has been put into Johanna. She isn't looking for a fairy-tale romance, but does hope he won't sue her if he recognizes himself in the book as others have. A fun read. A light-hearted look at what can happen when people are thrown together in different circumstances. The well drawn characters in these stories are appealing and warmly real. They could be your friends or neighbors. Highly recommended to romance readers who expect more from a sizzling romane than just between-the-sheets activity. Talented D. P. McHenry writes with warmth and understanding of the human heart in Knights in Shining Armor Sometimes Play Guitars.