"Nothing but love, 24/7" is the slogan of Mirabelle Harbor's only radio station, 102.5 "LOVE" FM. On the verge of turning thirty-five, local DJ Blake Michaelsen is well-known for several reasons: his very sexy on-air voice, his omnipresent family, his eligible bachelor status, and his reputation as one of the most impulsive men in Chicago's northern suburbs.
High-school French teacher and lifelong romantic Vicky Bernier is not at all wild about people who exhibit reckless conduct. (Blake.) Or men who have gigantic egos. (Blake.) Or grownups who still act like teenagers. (Blake, again.) She deals with enough adolescent behavior during the school day. Unfortunately, she's the staff advisor to the Homecoming Committee, and they've chosen him as their DJ for the big fall dance.
What happens when a man whose job it is to play love songs for a living is forced to admit his deepest secret-that he doesn't believe in true love-only to discover that the one woman who might capture his heart is the same woman who distrusts him the most?
No matter what you call it, with love there's an exception to every rule. YOU GIVE LOVE A BAD NAME, a Mirabelle Harbor story.
|Publisher:||Twelfth Night Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
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Blake and Vicky have chemistry, but is it enough? Blake is known for his playboy ways. Vicky is a straight-laced teacher. But is she really? Or is what people see their ways to cloak who they really are? This book brought back so many memories for me, and the scenes felt so real. I felt like I was there. There were intense moments, funny moments, heartbreaking moments, and sweet moments. A wonderful book, and I highly recommend it.
This is my favorite book so far in the series, I love Blake he is the ultimate hottie, who happens to not see himself that way, He is a jerk at times, a romantic, a caring brother and friend, But it's hard to say which is the real Blake. He needed the right woman to come along. Vicky is stuck with her head in her books and looking for the man who doesn't exist. Face it we all have that one book boyfriend that we compare every male to, and that's why they only exist on paper. Vicky finally gets her nose out of the books and begins to see Blake for what he is! terrific romance novel, great story line and amazing characters
An excellent series! My favorite of the stories so far...