When I'm With You Mass Market Paperback – Jun 1 2009
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About the Author
Linda Lael Miller is the award-winning author of many bestselling novels, including Courting Susannah, One Wish, and the Springwater Seasons series, as well as her acclaimed vampire romances, the first two of which are collected in Out of the Shadows.
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In the past, as a librarian I've felt safe to suggest a Miller book to a 17 year old or a 75 year old with the warning "there's some sex, but nothing you don't know about." Well, not so here. The 17 year old may know, but there's a good chance the 75 year old doesn't and would really not feel compelled to find out.
There is a storyline here, but it's in the fine print at the bottom of the page. Have fun.
Still she wrote 2 wonderful stories.
Joann Ross I would not buy anouther book that she writes she was all over the place with thoughts and not plots.
My goal read everything I can get my hands on by Linda Lael Miller and
avoid anything writen by JoANN Ross
So, as Ms. Ross explains, these were short stories written for the Brava line, meant to be erotic stories with little story. Unfortunately for those of us disappointed, the book does not indicate anywhere what these stories were. I feel deceived when I felt I could trust that the stories would be comparable to the authors' usual writing.
Joann Ross is a great romance writer, IMO, as is Linda Lael Miller. I'm sorry I spent my money on this book, but I can't wait to read Ross' newest book and LLM's newest Stone Creek book.
If you haven't read these stories before then I would recommend this book. I liked all 4 of these stories with my only complaint being that they were too short but that tends to be the case with anthrologies in general. The only reason I give the book 2 stars is because I feel cheated by the publisher otherwise I would have given it a solid 4.