June Sizzling Book Club Pick: Bring Him Home by Karina Bliss

Smart Bitch Sarah's Sizzling Book Club If you pay attention to the ads in the right column (and thank you muchly if you do!), you'll notice that the June Sizzling Book Club pick is Karina Bliss' Bring Him Home. Yay – that is indeed two SuperRomances in a row!

Bring Him Home

Here's the summary: Claire Langford is ready to move on. She's grieved for her late husband, and now it's time she made a different life for herself and her kid. She's got a new business in the works that should accomplish that. Before the plan gets off the ground, however, she needs Nate Wyatt's help. First she has to track the man down, then drag him to New Zealand.

Too bad Nate is complicated times ten. Given how difficult it was to persuade him to make the trip, she's not prepared for his kindness, his support…his captivating attention. And she's definitely not prepared to fall for him! But it just might be too late to stop that from happening….

This book was an amazing and powerful read, and I hope you enjoy it. It is, I warn you, a bit of a cry book, but give the summary, that really isn't surprising, is it? I selected an earlier book in this series, Here Comes the Groom, for the book club – and it created a very lively with readers

The book isn't available everywhere until 8 June, so on 8 June I'll be posting links to all the buying locations, and the 50% rebate at AllRomance will be valid from 8-22 June 2012.

And if you see a print copy, you can grab it and join us for the book club chat – date to be announced.

Hooray for great category romance!


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    Anna says:

    Oh, dear.  If this is the next book club pick, I’m going to have the song from Les Miz in my head for the next month.

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    It’s available at Harlequin, for those of us who don’t own an e-reader.  Although you won’t have it for 2 weeks. 

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    Suzyrph says:

    The story really touched a part of me about our military. Amazon’s blurb was as real as could be. The line Steve loaded him up with munitions. “Tell my family I love them. And tell my wife—” His voice broke. “Tell Claire I’m sorry.” This embodies the story. This well be a good read and I/m not waiting on Harlequin for it. I downloaded it to maybe read tonite.

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    ReneeK says:

    I LOVED Karina Bliss’s “What The Librarian Did” like woah. Nerdy heroine+bad boy rocker hero=cracktastic goodness IMHO.  I meant to look for more of her titles but somehow got sidetracked.

    Also in the crack category for me: Friends To Lovers+A Side Dish of Guilt.  When He Was Wicked might be my all time favorite romance ever.  This book has potential for crackness.

    I’m looking forward to reading more Karina Bliss, especially this since it has a WTLD connection.

    I’m also looking forward to finally (hopefully) getting to participate in a book chat.  I’ve been (mostly) lurking for a year now and it just hasn’t worked out.

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