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Loveswept | Jan 21, 2014 | 352 Pages | ISBN 9780804178211

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    Loveswept | Jan 21, 2014 | 352 Pages | ISBN 9780804178211

Praise

“Sizzling, sweet, and superbly written, Live is a marvelous love story.”New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes

“A beautiful, aching exploration of love, family, and loss—highly recommended!”USA Today bestselling author Ruthie Knox

“Such an elegantly layered story.”Dear Author

“The romance in this book is super hot. . . . Such care is taken to craft the characters’ lives. . . . Just when things get really heavy there is naughtiness in a batting cage and sex in a limo. And Hefin, with his stubble and curls about his ears make things very steamy and put a smile on my face. He is such a good guy, and just what Des needed.”Smexy Books
 
Live blooms with the freshness of thoughtful storytelling carefully tended by beautiful prose. . . . Rivers is actively staking new, lyrical ground in a genre often sidelined as a guilty pleasure. There’s no need to choose between heat and good writing. From this author, readers get a two-for-one deal.”New York Journal of Books
 
“Mary Ann Rivers’s debut full-length, Live, will make you curl up with your box of tissues and cry until you’re not even sure whether they count as happy or sad tears. Rivers’s world and characters feel so real, their emotions so raw, that I need the almost poetic beauty of the words to bear so much truth.”Heroes and Heartbreakers
 
“This is a rich, tender story, not at all the usual contemporary family series fare. I’m looking forward to seeing where life takes the Burnside siblings next.”Karen Knows Best
 
“Rivers has written a remarkable romance novel: beautifully . . . written; tormented as only youth can be; serious as only the un-ironic are.”Miss Bates Reads Romance

“Emotionally enthralling . . . intense, complicated, lyrical, passionate.”Straight Shootin’ Book Reviews
 
“A stellar start to a new series that is so compelling and emotional, the characters won’t soon be forgotten.”The Window Seat on a Rainy Day

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