Hott Synopsis of The Doctor’s Secret Bride:

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Michelle Carter knows it’s a bad idea to lie to her boss but she desperately needs the nanny job and knows she won’t get it if Dr. Erik LaCrosse finds out that Michelle’s father is a drunk. Especially since he’s a widow because of a drunk driver.

Now, Michelle has secretly married the gorgeous doctor and can’t help but wonder if reopening the investigation into Erik’s deceased wife will force her to open up about her secrets and tear apart their fragile relationship.

Hott Review of The Doctor’s Secret Bride:

What I liked: I really enjoyed the characters. Their personalities and humor and love of God was apparent even though it wasn’t the focus of the plot. The writing was interesting and fun. I’m think I’m going to catch a few more in the series.
What I didn’t like: The X-rated interludes were very graphic but also very technical. It was an odd combo. I’m not big on that so I just skimmed those areas.
There were a few typos and odd areas but overall it was a non-issue.


Author: Ana E Ross
Source: Amazon Free Read January 2014
Grade: C+
Ages: 18+
Steam: X
Setting: Amherst, New Hampshire
Series: Billionaire Brides of Granite Falls #1
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Author Bio:

Ana began indulging in romance novels at a very early age. By the time she was sixteen, she’d read every Mills & Boon, Regency, and Historical Romance novel in the library on her small island of Nevis in the West Indies.

She was so inspired by the stories of love and adventure that she began writing love poems in high school. Many years later, when Ana visits her native land, her friends still talk about her poems, especially one she entitled “I Felt It”. When a friend later married one of her ten brothers–a Minister of Religion, Ana’s sister-in-law gave her husband a copy of “I Felt It” and he couldn’t believe his little sister had written such an erotic poem.

Although Ana still cannot look her brother in the eye, she continues to burn up the pages of her stories with hot love scenes. She has written other poems of varying themes and has published eight short love stories in several magazines.

In addition, Ana has self-published three short stories, and two novels – The Doctor’s Secret Bride and The Mogul’s Reluctant Bride, Books One and Two in a four-book series entitled Billionaire Brides of Granite Falls. She is currently working on The Playboy’s Fugitive Bride, which she hope to release in October, 2013. The Tycoon’s Temporary Bride will be out in 2014.

A note about Ana’s books:

If you love sexy alpha heroes who are flawed down to their silky briefs, and beautiful feisty heroines who challenge them within a breath-hair of sanity, then you’ll love her stories.

Come, indulge in romance with unforgettable characters as they overcome loss, betrayal, revenge, regret, secret babies, and marriages-of-convenience with lots of drama, passionate kisses, and hot hot sex.

All roads lead to Happily Ever After…

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