Can you get much better than that? I’m not sure but I am pretty tickled. Romantic Times magazine gave my November Harlequin Superromance a stellar 4.5 stars, which is amazing given how deep the talent pool is with my Super peers.
Here’s the full review:
THAT RECKLESS NIGHT (4.5) by Kimberly Van Meter: After an incredible one-night stand with a man who turns out to be her new boss, Alaska wildlife worker Miranda Sinclair isn’t sure she can work with Jeremiah Burke. But Jeremiah understands Miranda’s feelings of guilt over her sister’s death better than anyone. He moved to Alaska to escape the painful memories of his young son’s death in an ATV accident. The two bond over their determination to escape their pasts and work together to catch poachers who’ve been illegally killing bears. Van Meter’s dialogue is excellent, especially when Miranda picks up Jeremiah in the bar, and she nicely depicts Miranda’s guilt. Her secondary characters are also well-drawn, as are her descriptions of the Alaskan wilderness. That Reckless Night is a must-read.
What do you think? Like I said, I’m tickled. I’m very proud of this series. Much like the Family in Paradise series set in St. John, there’s a true depth to the story arc that feels so much more mature and layered that I think readers will really enjoy.
THAT RECKLESS NIGHT should hit stores the first week of November.