Publisher: Romance Divine
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 1
It’s unlikely that the Pilgrims and American Indians included too much Tequila at their seminal event. Yet leave it to a creative Italian-American to try and pump up a traditional American holiday with the Mexican libation—and his own celebratory/sexual ideas. Gino and Valerie remember a moment that marked turning points in their lives, their First Thanksgiving.
A very quick read that had me laughing out loud at one point. The story is sweet and well written, a flashback to the couple’s first thanksgiving fifteen years previously. Not your typical romance, but nice too see that romance doesn’t die after marriage. Worth reading. However disappointingly it only takes up 14 of the 22 pages—the rest being comprised of adverts for other novels, three pages of which are not even written by the Ms. Gage.
3 Tea Cups!