Books by Jane Sullivan

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When He Was Bad

Psychologist Sara Davenport is the author of Chasing the Bad Boy, a book that examines why women go after men who are all wrong for them. When her publicist books her on Nick Chandler's radio show to discuss her theories, Sara is reluctant. Nick's show is one of those like Howard Stern's that seem ...

B
Tall, Dark and Texan

I just love a smart-mouthed heroine who can bring uncharacteristic smiles to the lips of a stony-faced hero, and that is one of the primary draws of Jane Sullivan's Tall, Dark and Texan. The flip side, of course, is that said heroine is also likely to actually deserve the duct-tape gag the hero cons ...

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Tall, Dark and Texan

I hadn't read a Harlequin Temptation in a long time, but when I saw this one was by Jane Sullivan, I bought it since I enjoyed the two other books she has written for the line, as well as the single title contemporaries she writes as Jane Graves. This was the first book I read in 2004 and it was a g ...

B
Risky Business

A heroine with a pretend husband has to think fast when he shows up at her office and expects to accompany her on her company retreat - a four day trip to a posh ski resort. It sounds like a typical, contrived series romance premise, and perhaps it is. Fortunately, Jane Sullivan manages to rise abov ...

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One Hot Texan

One Hot Texan is not without flaws, among them a too naive to be believed heroine and a plot featuring one of those Only In A Romance Novel wills. But as I kept on reading, the charm of the characters began to build and I found myself quite taken with it. All in all, a nice little book to curl up wi ...