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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Feature and Giveaway: All of You by Christina Lee

Avery has just met her hot upstairs neighbor. He's irresistible. Tattooed. And a virgin.

Nursing student Avery Michaels wants nothing to do with dating—she's perfectly happy single. Privy to too many of her mother's bad decisions and even worse taste in boyfriends, all Avery can handle is a string of uncomplicated hookups whenever the mood strikes.

When she meets smoking hot tattoo artist Bennett, she wants him—for just one night. But he won't accept a no-strings-attached arrangement. He lives by a straight-laced code of values based on his own troubled upbringing.

Bennett sees something special in Avery and he wants more from her. Way more. As Avery wrestles with her emotions for Bennett, danger and tragedy force them to open up to each other. And Avery must face the terrifying realization that she wants more from him, too.

So she needs to make a choice—let Bennett go or finally let him in.

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Mother, wife, reader, dreamer. Christina lives in the Midwest with her husband and son--her two favorite guys. She's addicted to lip gloss, salted caramel everything, and believes in true love and kissing, so writing romance novels has become a dream job.

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  1. Can't say that I love or hate them. A very intriguing premise in this day and age. Can't wait to see how the story is told.

  2. I don't have an opinion on virgin heroes. They're fine and I don't shy away from a story because of that feature. I honestly can't think of any, though. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. I'm indifferent... as long as the story flows well and it fits the character, I don't mind either way :)

  4. I like them, it always depends on the story but it doesn't steer me into not reading the story if the character is a virgin.

  5. I like unusual characters, so a virgin hero fits that. Maisey Yates has written one (Harlequin Presents) that I can remember. And I believe Theresa Romain's latest historical romance has one, too.

    Marcy Shuler

  6. Ahh, a turn around tale. I have no problem with virgin heroes or heroines. I think control and fidelity is a big part of any relationship. If a person cannot control themselves before a relationship, what makes people think they'll change afterwards?

  7. One of my fav. book boyfriends is Jesse Walker from Nicole Williams' Lost & Found who is a virgin hero so I have no issue with them.

  8. I don't care whether the hero or heroine is a virgin or not. As long as the story is well written and keeps my attention, that is all that matters.

  9. I don't really love them or hate them. Just as long as the hero is a likeable character.