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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Take Me by Diane Alberts






Married in the morning…

Professional heart breaker Mike Worth thrived on the chase—and dancer Morgan Collins represented the ultimate prize. But there was no way he was going to throw away his single-man status…not even for an elusive redhead with sparkling eyes and mile-long legs. So how did he let one drunken Vegas night end with I do instead of hell no?

Morgan’s life revolved around her career and she had no intention of letting a man interfere—even if Mike made her question all her rules about love. At his urging, she reluctantly agreed to give their spur-of–moment marriage a chance. But once their trial-honeymoon ended, would she choose to follow the dance and leave her unforgettable husband behind?

Yes, I enjoyed this feel good, HEA. I think any reader of romance novels would appreciate the twist in this one however. Normally it’s the handsome duke, the dashing entrepreneur, even the hardened rodeo rider that isn’t ever going to fall in love. Not so this time.
In Take Me by Diane Alberts the reluctant love interest is Morgan Collins, a dancer on the cusp of her career. While Mike Worth is ready to give up his life of one night stands, Morgan doesn’t want more than that. Mike thinks he’s found his ONE in Morgan. She thinks he’ll interfere in her career tract. Somehow, in a drunken stupor they decide to get married. The kicker is neither can remember how it happened.
Morgan agrees to trial the relationship grudgingly. She fights her feelings till the very end. Mike loves her enough to let her go if that’s what she needs. The story is encompassing and the characters come to life, a good read for anyone.