This is a review for the book Ladies Prefer Rogues, it is a compilation of four short stories by Janet Chapman, Sandra Hill, Veronica Wolff, and Trish Jensen. It can be bought in paperback for $7.99. In Man from the Moon, Isobel had been kidnapped by a group of large men. They were rough, but she could not help but notice how incredibly handsome they were. Surprisingly, they were a twenty-third century band of warriors and one of them was badly wounded. Being the only person who was able to fix him...she risks not only his life, but the fate of her heart... In Tomorrow is Another Day, Margaret Baptiste was a modern-day matchmaker in New Orleans. One minute she was going down an elevator and the next she found herself in post-Civil War 1870. The man walking towards her looked like her newest client, he was handsome. She followed Laurent back to his plantation home, as she found herself changing his life for the better or worse... In The Drowning Sea, in 17th century Scotland that was a love story developing between Iain McNab and Cassie MacLeod, until the unexpected happened and both of their worlds came crashing down before them. Adrift at sea as a pirate for twenty years, Iain avenges the death of his beloved, finding himself back in the past, only to confront his biggest enemy yet…the fight for love… In Sixteen Decades, Maggie Prescott found herself locked in a shed. Not to mention, it was also the year 2010, a far cry from the 19th century that she came from. Sheriff Ty Coltraine saved her life and although he did not believe her story, a part of him knew that she was meant to be there…if only to kick start his heart. This compilation is good for those who like a variety of romance, in short forms. With that, it has everything that you would need to steam up a room for a few nights. Two thumbs up!
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