Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Gateway to Heaven

But it here or here if you’re lucky like me and have a Kindle.

Gateway To Heaven

Blurb: Life is rough when you’re gorgeous, rich, talented and so sexy that the media won’t leave you alone.

It’s certainly the truth in Christian Lasher’s case. He returns to the neighborhood of his childhood to escape the spotlight, hungering for a change in his creative endeavors. In the midst of his soul searching he meets Megan and is captured by the tantalizing hint of her hidden fires. Megan knows nothing about his wild, rebellious youth or his career as a rock star—and Christian would prefer to keep it that way.

There was much, much more to her than the role of a fragile victim.

Megan Shreve is a sculptor with creative depths and passions that tragedy had forced into the shadows. When she looks into Christian’s eyes she sees herself for the first time as an exciting, sexy woman. She longs to discover more of herself in Christian’s arms and in his bed.

Two passionate souls destined for one another—unless the stifling roles imposed by tragedy and fame rip them apart.

Having just recently read Beth’s steamy novel Subtle Magic, I found Gateway to Heaven to be a very pleasant surprise.  Moving from an erotic romance to a sweeter, contemporary wasn’t quite what I expected.

And I went in with a chip on my shoulder – contemporary stories of any kind aren’t generally my thing.  Somebody smack me now for ever ounce doubting.

Beth is an extremely versatile and amazing writer.  She has a way of creating tension – both emotional and sexual –that will leave you panting.  Especially when it comes between Christian and Megan – they don’t even need to get naked to take your breath away!  Take a chance and go click on the links above and buy this book!  The story, with it’s cast of crazy and intense characters, will sweep you off into another world from the first page.

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Robin said...

Great review of a great book!

I'm a TripleXer, and I too approve this message. *G*

beth kery said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed Gateway, Amy, and I love your special blog just for readin'. I mean, if one thing deserves a special spot, it's books, right?