Riva: my top picks
The Riva line has now been going for six months, with four books published each month. I have not read them all but I have read quite a few. If you’re wondering about whether to try this line, here’s my pick of the best (not in any particular order):
1. If The Red Slipper Fits, Shirley Jump
This was a new-to-me author and the book would previously have been in the Romance line (i.e. no sex). It’s a cute Cinderella story set in New York.
2. Walk On The Wild Side, Natalie Anderson
Snowboard champion meets geek girl. Lots of sex, lots of tension, lots of fun.
3. With This Fling, Kelly Hunter
Crazy, crazy Indiana Jones plot but I loved it. Despite it being a pregnancy story. This would have been a Modern Heat (i.e. sex).
4. Juggling Briefcase and Baby, Jessica Hart
The title says it all: it’s a cute kid story and a workplace romance. And yet it works. The hero refuses to become all gooey around the kid (which is not his) and the heroine has not lost all her faculties. No sex in this one.
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