All work and no play? No way! These TEN books by New York Times, USA Today, and National Bestselling authors show how hot workplace romances can be. And the best part? It’ll be just $0.99! Don’t wait...it’ll only be available for a limited time after 6/2, and then it’ll be back to business as usual.***
Retail value of the individual books is over $25.00!
Anthologies, for some reason, have never really been my "thing" but this collection of stories revolving around the work place is exceptional for a number of reasons.
First, it's a terrific buy! Right now publishers together with book sellers are putting collections on sale for a mere 99 cents and with few exceptions they are terrific buys of books most of us romance fiction readers would love to read. Most are put together around a particular theme and that is the case here. Considering the retail value, 99 cents is chump change and it is available through several sellers. It's not to be missed. At that price, it makes no difference if one or two of the stories aren't someone's particular "cup of tea." Even just one book at 99 cents is a deal. To get 10 of them is really a steal!
Second, this collection features a number of "heavy hitters" in the romance fiction genre. All of the stories are written by authors who are well-known in the field and all of whom are writers who have proven their abilities as exceptional story tellers. Each of the stories is a complete tale and each is centered around its own particular set of circumstances. It's a great opportunity to read some excellent writing and to enjoy some of our favorite authors at pennies per story. In today's economy, what's not to like?
Last, each of the stories were really good. I didn't find any one of them that wasn't a fun and terrific read, even though some were shorter than others. The characters were unique and all of them held their own in situations that were as varied as the abilities and experience of their authors. Each story had its edgy and tension-filled quality to keep the reader moving forward. I didn't find myself flipping through pages to skip portions as I sometimes find myself doing. Each story was the kind of tale that started out well and kept me glued for the duration. Add in all the other positives about this set and you just can't go wrong.
I have purchased a number of boxed sets in the past weeks and found most of them to be better than OK. Some have turned out to be less than OK, unfortunately. However, this set is one of the best IMHO and I encourage each of you to get it while it is on sale. Until next time . . .
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