Posted by: Jan Bowles - Monday, 25 October 2010
So who is my favourite cowboy of all time?
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Tuesday, 19 October 2010
The Romance Studio Review
Ms. Jan Bowles has written a poignant book about a couple who had unhappy pasts that they both kept silent about. These main characters were emotionally charged and grabbed my attention quickly. I was amazed at the way Bowles presented the background information. It made the couple seem quite realistic. The sexual content was very explicit, but scorching! It was an overall part of the storyline—not the story.
The glimpses of the area, the land and the expectations they had and their own vulnerability toward each other was endearing. It was so easy to fall in love with the couple. The area was described so that I felt I was there. I couldn’t stop reading the book and was completely surprised at the ending.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys this genre. I guarantee you will enjoy it.
Sensuality rating: Explicit
Reviewer: Brenda Talley
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Available from BOOKSTRAND and AMAZON and AMAZONUK
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Thursday, 14 October 2010
Twenty-eight-year-old English schoolteacher Rebecca Wade moves to Texas, leaving behind an unhappy past. Keeping to herself, she vows to steer clear of men. When she meets bad boy rancher Jed Monroe, the father of one of her pupils, she immediately disapproves of his carefree ways and irresponsible attitude.
With Jed working on her house in exchange for his daughters extra tuition, Rebecca is determined to stay aloof. But how can she remain detached when just the mere sight of Jed Monroe causes the sexual woman within her to emerge?
Jed has only one thing on his mind, and that’s Rebecca. The ice maiden has lit the touch-paper inside him. He will stop at nothing until she becomes his.
Can the Texas rancher bring out the simmering passion within Rebecca? Or will she be too scared to let go?
Note: This book contains anal sex.
A Siren Erotic Romance
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Posted by: Jan Bowles - Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc
Genre: Erotica, Romantic Suspense
Length: 168 pages
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Review Copy Received from Author
Thirty-two year old English Architect Sam Marshall had vowed never to return to Oxley in Oxfordshire. When he meets Megan Lawrence, a twenty-five year old ethereal beauty for the first time in ten years, old wounds are re-opened.
Their troubled past has remained unspoken all this time. Neither of them wants to broach the subject, yet they both know the deep attraction between them will not go away.
Are they really willing to lay their emotions bare in order to move on? Can they finally put the past behind them once and for all? Will Sam eventually find it in his heart to forgive Megan? And will Megan ever learn to forgive herself?
Dark Secrets is an intense read as it deals with Megan’s dramatic and emotional “secret”. She spends her life trying to be with the one man she’s always loved, but previous events end up keeping them apart.
While Dark Secrets is not a “candy and roses” type romance, it is a roller coaster ride of emotional ups and downs, filled with heavy sexual tension. Megan and Sam let their attraction finally take control, but past secrets try to destroy the relationship they have worked so hard to establish.
I think Dark Secrets by Jan Bowles was well written and everything unfolded at a steady pace to make a great story. The sexual tension led up to some can’t-possibly-wait-any-longer sex that’s worth the wait!
Rated 4 Ravens by Ashley!
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Posted by: Jan Bowles - Friday, 8 October 2010
My new Cowboy Romance, has just been accepted by Siren-Bookstrand. The publication date has been set for February.
It follows the trials and tribulations of a family as they find true love. There will be five books in total to this series.
Series title: THE MAVERICKS.
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Wednesday, 6 October 2010
Zach was walking along when he was attacked from behind. After the beating Zach received, he needs nothing more than a nice cold beer.
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Friday, 1 October 2010