Linda Cajio has written twenty titles for the Loveswept imprint over the years, oftentimes naming her books after rock or pop songs. In recognition of her lengthy career, during which she also wrote books for Kensington and Zebra, she received a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award nomination.
Rescuing Diana: A Loveswept Classic Romanceby Linda Cajio
It is Adam Roberts’s face that Diana Windsor needs—his gorgeous, rugged, perfect face. But persuading Adam to let her immortalize it in her latest videogame demands a little payback—a date. But/b>
In Linda Cajio’s smart and sexy romance, a bold architect challenges a beautiful, reclusive videogame designer to play for keeps.
It is Adam Roberts’s face that Diana Windsor needs—his gorgeous, rugged, perfect face. But persuading Adam to let her immortalize it in her latest videogame demands a little payback—a date. But for a self-styled computer nerd with zero experience in romance, Diana is stunned by her attraction to Adam, especially since he’s the brother of her biggest competitor. And when spies and sabotage intrude, Diana wonders if Adam’s silky touch and sweet words are after something more than her body.
Actually, Adam wants nothing more than to seduce Diana, but not for the reasons Diana has accused him of. Her sweet nature, her brilliance, and her guileless approach to life make her very vulnerable in a predatory world. He wants her, now . . . and forever. And he’ll put his best moves into showing her that in the game of love, everybody wins.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: The Redhead and the Preacher, Raven and the Cowboy, and Ride with Me.
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For the most part I liked the book. The story was interesting, the humor was fun and the dialogue witty. There were two things I didn't care for. I didn't like the way the heroine was decribed from the hero's perspective as "not pretty and not beautiful". Yet after her haircut she was stunning. Second, I felt the "I love you's" came too quick. I had to go back to make sure I didn't miss a chapter. But definitely still a fun read. ##