Valentines Day: Free romance reads

Happy Valentines Day 2012
Knox Robinson Publishing who specialise in historical fiction have shared three free romance short stories written by Anne Brear, Prue Phillipson and Maggi Andersen. Just click on the title to open the PDF document.
Caroline and the Captain by Maggi Andersen
Escape To The Country by Prue Phillipson
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Also, Loveswept, the digital imprint of Ballantine Bantam Dell at Random House have shared two sneak peaks from newly released romance titles- Ride with Me by Ruthie Knox and Angel’s Rest by Emily March. I’ve had a look at them both and they look quite good.
Angel's Rest (Eternity Springs, #1) Synopsis: Gabriel Callahan has lost everything that mattered. All he wants is solitude on an isolated mountain estate. Instead, he gets a neighbor. Vibrant, no-nonsense Nic Sullivan is Eternity Springs’ veterinarian, and she has an uncanny plan to lure this talented architect back to the world of the living. First with a dog, next with a renovation project, and, finally, with a night of passion that ends with a surprise. Now a man still raw from tragedy must face the biggest struggle of his heart. Can he forgive himself and believe in the power of second chances? Dare he trust in the promise of a future and a brand-new family here in Eternity Springs?
 Read the FREE excerpt.
Ride with Me
Synopsis: When Lexie Marshall places an ad for a cycling companion, she hopes to find someone friendly and fun to cross the TransAmerica Trail with. Instead, she gets Tom Geiger—a lean, sexy loner whose bad attitude threatens to spoil the adventure she’s spent years planning.   Roped into the cycling equivalent of a blind date by his sister, Tom doesn’t want to ride with a chatty, go-by-the-map kind of woman, and he certainly doesn’t want to want her. Too bad the sight of Lexie with a bike between her thighs really turns his crank.   Even Tom’s stubborn determination to keep Lexie at a distance can’t stop a kiss from leading to endless nights of hotter-than-hot sex. But when the wild ride ends, where will they go next?
Read the FREE excerpt
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