Books by Elizabeth Bevarly

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Neck & Neck

The blurb to Neck & Neck describes heroine Natalie Beckett as a “professional party planner” but really, there’s nothing “professional” about this woman. She’s a trust fund baby looking to find herself in several different endeavors and failing in every last one of them. This party plann ...

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Ready and Willing

Elizabeth Bevarly’s Ready and Willing is another one of her books set in Louisville around the time of the Kentucky Derby. This time, our heroine is a designer hat maker, one of those cool jobs that I’m pretty sure I've never seen outside of romance novels. Audrey Magill is s ...

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Overnight Male

When I read a very short summary of Elizabeth Bevarly’s last installment in her OPUS series, Overnight Male, (following You’ve Got Male and Express Male) I grew intrigued. A masterspy on her last assignment while showing her sexy new partner the ropes – how cool does that sound? Unfortunately, ...

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Fast & Loose

I don’t know if it is just simply a lack of really good historicals or the fact that I haven’t read all that many contemporary romances, but I really enjoy a simple, well written, romance set in the present day. Though it's not without flaws, Fast & Loose is just that: A simple, well-written c ...

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Express Male

I’m a fan of Elizabeth Bevarly’s very unique voice. This latest entry in her loosely connected series featuring the men and women of a supersecret government agency is enjoyable, fun, and a great showcase for the author’s undeniable humor. Marnie Lundy is a hardworking young music teache ...

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Indecent Suggestion

Elizabeth Bevarly is an author I know several of my colleagues enjoy, but until now I'd never read any of her books. Most of her series books are Desires, a line I rarely read, but when I heard she had a Blaze coming out, I figured I'd give it a try. Indecent Suggestion contains some crisp prose and ...

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How to Trap a Tycoon

Frankly, "screwball comedy" are two words that normally make me run a mile. But if I take a minute to think about it, I realize that this extreme reaction has more to do with the multitude of bad screwball books and movies out there these days than it does with the genre itself. Think movies like Ha ...

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Just Like A Man

There are few writers out there with a more distinctive voice than Elizabeth Bevarly. In fact, I would argue that her voice is so very distinctive that readers either love it or . . . well, they don't. I'm definitely in the first group - something that should give you the frame of reference you ne ...

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The Thing About Men

I am not a fan of Martha Stewart, so when I saw that The Thing About Men was about a lifestyle diva, I hoped for a good plot since I knew I would not like the character. Silly me - the characters turned out to be the best thing about the book. Pop culture icon Claire Willoughby built an empire ...

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The Ring on Her Finger

I was just about to give up on this book when a simple turn of the page changed everything. I've not read this author before, and her style grated on my nerves to the point I was ready to put this book down and avoid it forever. But a sub-plot caught my attention, sucked me in, kept me reading, caus ...