Creative License

Creative License Loose ends have a way of tripping you upYears ago a law school graduation weekend in Vegas had been part of Lily MacPherson s plan Waking up next to a naked Adonis with a ring on her finger was not A

  • Title: Creative License
  • Author: Lynne Roberts
  • ISBN: 9781609283636
  • Page: 343
  • Format: ebook
  • Loose ends have a way of tripping you upYears ago, a law school graduation weekend in Vegas had been part of Lily MacPherson s plan Waking up next to a naked Adonis with a ring on her finger was not After a quick annulment, she relegated Caleb Anderson to her late night fantasies and very short list of mistakes until his voice on the other end of the phone asks a favor tLoose ends have a way of tripping you upYears ago, a law school graduation weekend in Vegas had been part of Lily MacPherson s plan Waking up next to a naked Adonis with a ring on her finger was not After a quick annulment, she relegated Caleb Anderson to her late night fantasies and very short list of mistakes until his voice on the other end of the phone asks a favor that could shake the foundations of her neat and tidy future.Caleb is still haunted by Lily s horrified expression that morning in Vegas At least it had made it easy to set her free except they aren t The papers were never filed And when the nosy patroness who could launch his painting career insists on meeting his wife, does he confess, or call Lily He calls Lily.When she steps off the plane, Caleb s determination to play tour guide disappears in the San Francisco fog Lily thought she could keep up the pretense for one weekend, cut the last tie to her past, and move on But their chemistry still pops and sizzles, finally exploding into passion at Caleb s studio.It s everything they remember but so is the yawning chasm of differences that, in the end, could once again drive them apart.Warning Contains balmy ocean breezes, coffee as seduction, the creative use of melted chocolate, and naughty shower lovin that gives new meanings to the term shower head.

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    1. Lynne Roberts wrote her first story out of frustration at the age of 11 because, darn it, Gone with the Wind just couldn t end with Rhett and Scarlett not together She honestly believes in love, which makes her a hopeless romantic, and she s definitely a sucker for happily ever after.She s been writing professionally since 2005 and is now published by The Wilder Rose Press.An admitted coffee addict, when she s not writing, editing or reading which isn t often you can find her in the garden or with one of her five children.

    2. 4.5 Stars Erotic Contemporary Romance Caleb Anderson is an artist hoping to make it big, barely making ends meet as he lives in San Fransisco following his dreams. The son of a father who was a teacher and a mother who had owned a day care, Caleb is as middle class as they come. With dimples in his cheeks, a body that can rival that of a Greek God’s and wicked green eyes and long dark blond hair, Caleb is every girl’s romance hero personified coupled with his fierce tenderness towards the wo [...]

    3. While this wasn't a long story, I think the characters were done very well for a short-ish story. The premise is that a blue-blood attorney-to-be runs into an Adonis-like artist in Vegas and they hit it off in a big way. Lily's life has been planned in her mind since she turned 16 and it never involved getting married after one night in Vegas. It involved whatever her parents/her society deemed appropriate what was expected. So Lily and Caleb file the paperwork to get the marriage annulled, but [...]

    4. Really great reunion story! A hot read without being overly graphic or rude. The sexual tension is perfectly done! Loved the sexy hero, Caleb. Kudos to Ms. Roberts :)

    5. 3.5 This is a quick happy funny readloved all the characters & this author managed to make all of it work in 90 something pages. Great job.

    6. My review, posted on Joyfully ReviewedLily MacPherson’s life is perfectly in order. She’s dating the perfect man her parents will be delighted for her to marry, she has the perfect job at his father’s law firm, and eventually she’ll have the perfect house and perfect 2.5 children. The only not-so-perfect thing Lily has ever done was have a wild weekend in Vegas that ended with a ring on her finger. Thankfully, no one ever found out that the blue-blooded Bostonian Lily married a penniless [...]

    7. What happened in Vegas…apparently failed to be annulled before they left Vegas.Are you looking for an honestly sweet and sexy love story that comes with its own soundtrack? Look no further than Lynne Robert’s Creative License. If you have access to a music site where you can pick the song, que up Evanescence's “Bring Me to Life”. The song has an integral part in this story but it’s towards the end. Listen to it before you read this novella and again after you finish it and you’ll und [...]

    8. Possibly the only thing worse than waking up in a Vegas hotel with your new husband whom you met last night is answering your phone three years later and finding out you're still married to him. Lily MacPherson (possibly Anderson!) had just such a phone call. not only that, but Caleb is asking her to fly to San Francisco to help him get his sponsor to fund a showing of his art. She thinks he is married to a woman who works in Boston and flies in when she can. Hmmmmm.For Caleb's part, he just wan [...]

    9. This book has a great premise. A Vegas wedding that was supposed to have worn off when the White Russians did, but ended up being a lot more. I loved the little rich girl forgetting she'd found her prince and him reminding her. Over and over. In the shower. The story had great potential. It could have had a lot of sexual tension with a big payoff. Unfortunately it had a lot of sex with a cliché payoff.There were a lot of problems that could have been solved with a good editor: Every other parag [...]

    10. I don't know, maybe it was the length, but this book just wasn't all I was hoping for. While it should have been a quick, simple read for me, I honestly just felt like it was too dull in some respects for me to stay interested. I fell asleep reading it at one point. And the end just disappointed mee best part if the story was going to be her family's reaction to the news that she was married, or at least her boyfriend's reaction to the information, but as soon as that scene came up it ended and [...]

    11. UhmI actually loved this book so much that I think I've found a new favorite author. She just brought out a new book under her real name Shawna Thomas, and I'm gonna read that ASAP.She simply knows how to writeher characters are fascinating, likeable and multidimensional despite the shortness of the story. I even managed to understand the miscommunications between hero and heroine- I simply felt so strongly for both of them, and was so glad when they had their HEA. A wonderful tale, perfectly wr [...]

    12. This felt like a Harlequin, the plot tried and tried in the romance genre, the resolution also predictable, but I liked the fresh way the author went about it and the romance was sweet.HERO is a Performer, a sexy painter whose Patroness found out he’s still married to the woman with whom he had an unforgettable night in Vegas. He asks his “wife” to help him with fake their marriage for the Patroness’ sake and discover that their mutual attraction is still very strong SCENES/CONTENT: many [...]

    13. I liked this short little read. Lily and Daniel were married in Vegas after a lot of drinking and sex were involved (only way right?!!?). Annulment was supposed to happen but it never went through and then it gets to the good stuff. They knew that once they were together it was going to go down. And oh boy did it. It has some really hot and steamy scenes in it. I liked the chocolate paint one the most!! Read it and you'll enjoy!!

    14. Beautiful story! Caleb is a poor, but talented, artist with stunning green eyes and a buffed body to die for! Lilly is a beautiful rich girl, a legal intern from Boston. Yet after one crazy night in Vegas they wake up as man and wife. Three years later, Caleb calls Lily and informs her that due to a legal error, they are still married and he needs them to remain that way! Wait! What? Really cute story!

    15. After I finally got this book, I read a few pages and got bored and knew it was mostly an erotica book. I felt like even for an erotica book though, it was kinda too much descriptions of sex and it also was unrealistic at how quickly the heroine got aroused. I dunno. I probably just wasn't in the mood. Overall, it was a sweet story, if a tad too unrealistic.

    16. A quick, nice and hot read. A bit too quick though. I probably would have liked this to become a full length novel, as there simply are not enough painters (male or female) in the genre!(Can I patent that phrase?)

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