Three of today's hottest romance writers join forces in a trio of deliciously sexy stories sure to liven up the V-Day blues! Cuffs and Coffee Breaks by MaryJanice Davidson In a moment of weakness, greeting card writer Julie Kay About accepts a blind date for Valentine's Day but her date turns out to be the guy in handcuffs next to the dead body on the floor. Julie Kay is not about to have another horrible V-Day, even if she has to solve a murder and get her handsome, yet possibly homicidal date arraigned to do it... A "No Drama" Valentine's by Leslie Esdaile Jocelyn Jefferson is one sister who is not falling for any romance drama--this year, Jocelyn's getting her best girlfriends together for a "pamper" party at her house. Except that the "pampering" turns out to be more wild than expected. That's when vice detective Raymond Mayfield shows up at her door, all six-four, hard-bodied bit of him, and he needs Jocelyn for some very private questioning... Valentine Survivor by Susanna Carr This Valentine's Day was supposed to be different for Shanna Murphy. But Murphy's Law intervened, and now her date cancelled, she's stuck doing overtime, and she's just discovered the body of her boss-from-hell. The only person Shanna can turn to is her ex-boyfriend, who just happens to be the most insensitive, non-romantic, domineering--and completely irresistible--alpha male she's ever laid eyes on...
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January 02, 2007
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Excerpt from Valentine's Day Is Killing Me by MaryJanice Davidson
Shanna Murphy hopped off the bus. "This is going to be the best Valentine's Day ever!" she announced as she raised her fists above her head. Excitement fizzed through her veins as she tilted her face towards gray Seattle rain clouds.
"You say that every year," Heather pointed out as she wearily hooked her backpack over one shoulder. "Come on, I'm chilled to the bone."
Shanna didn't know what her sister was talking about. She wasn't the least bit cold. "This year is going to be different!"
"You've said that each year, too."
She ignored Heather's comment. No one was going to dampen her spirits. Shanna waited too long for the perfect V-Day and she was almost there. Eighty-seven hours and everything was in place! Nothing could - or would - go wrong. She'd made sure of it.
The certainty was unlike anything Shanna had felt before. She wanted to burst with joy. She wanted to squeal. Do a Mary Tyler Moore hat toss and twirl. Her body language must have given her away because Heather grabbed her by the arm and pulled her along.
"This year will be different." She fell in step with Heather as they followed the crowd to the office buildings. "And do you know why?"
"I don't want to know." Her sister determinedly kept her gaze straight ahead.
"I'll tell you why. Because I have a fail-proof plan." Just saying it aloud made her jittery. She felt like a kid the week before Christmas. A virtuous kid who knew she was getting a good pay-off from Santa.
Heather spared a sideways glance. "If it's anything like last year's 'contingency plan'..." She curled her fingers in quotation marks.