Tuesday, June 28, 2011

A Little Harmless Surprise by Melissa Schroeder


Title:  A Little Harmless Surprise
Author: Melissa Schroeder
My Rating: B+

Genre: Erotic Romance
Series: Harmless #4.5
Main Characters: three shorts
Release Date: May 2011
ISBNe-book
Publisher: Samhain
Links to Purchase:
Amazon- $0.99
Borders- -
Sexual Intensity: erotic

Story Overview:
Return to Hawaii with May and Evan from A Little Harmless Obsession. It has been a month since the Harmless favorites said "I do" and Evan has a surprise for May. Read all about it his Little Harmless Surprise.
Includes:
A Little Harmless Surprise-5719 words
Melissa's free Harmless Shorts, A Little Harmless Fling and A Little Harmless Kalikimaka.
An exclusive look at A Little Harmless Addiction, Melissa's June 7th release from Samhain Publishing.
NOTE: This is not a standalone book. It is a continuation of A Little Harmless Obsession. It is not a long story, just a short for Harmless readers who like to see what happens after the story is done.

My Review:
There are three short books in this little novella. All of them are continuations of the HEA's from the Harmless series. If you are an A Little Harmless fan, then you definitely need to read this fabulous little grouping of shorts. 

A Little Harmless Surprise features Evan & May as he surprises her with a gift that she has fantasized about for a while now. This short introduces us to Rome...a future hero in one of the ALH novels (I cannot wait for his book!)

A Little Harmless Fling is a fun little romantic fantasy fling for the married couple of Max & Anna. What a way to spice up a marriage!

A Little Harmless Kalikimaka is the super romantic story of how Chris & Cynthia get engaged.

All three of these mini-novellas feature the wonderfully HOT scenes that we have come to expect from the A Little Harmless series. Even better, they continue the story lines of the characters that we already know and love, which I absolutely adore. A definite MUST READ for ALH fans!!!

1 comment:

Julie said...

Continuation novellas?! What a great idea!