Tweeting Faith and a Front Page Affair
These two things probably have nothing to do with each other except that they are both on my mind and on the blog today so here goes…
As for Tweeting Faith I’d love to have you all click on over to my blog buddy Deidra’s wonderful blog Jumping Tandem and check out my guest post on keeping it real and the connections that can be made through cyber space when you do.
As for the Front Page Affair that is the title of Mira Lyn Kelly’s Harlequin book that I read for Wendy the Super Liberian’s TBR challenge this month. The theme this month was marriage of convenience. And though Nate and Payton aren’t in a marriage in the story they are in an affair of convenience to throw the tabloids off the scent of another secret Nate has hidden. This was a fun and quick read that kept me up way too late at night until I got to the end. I just love it when that happens.
Here is the Back cover blurb:
Payton hasn’t seen Nate Evans in years—not since he used to hang out with her brother in high school. But now she and Nate are guests at the same wedding where the notorious millionaire offers her a wild proposal—a sexy, scandalous and irresistible affair!
Nate’s outrageous proposition was supposed to stay only paper-thin; it was merely a ploy to distract the tabloids from another, all-too-real scandal. But neither he nor Payton expected such a very public affair to prove so very hot in private…
Or to have such lasting consequences….
So question of the day: Is any marriage ever convenient? Answer if you are so brave.
I don’t know if marriage is ever convenient. I do know marriage is work. : )
Thanks so much for hanging out with me today at Jumping Tandem! Your post over there rocks! And so do you, my friend!
Ina in Alaska
I thought your front page affair might have been a reference to the Arnold-Maria sad story. What the HECK is with these men?? And that jerk in NYC who attacked the maid then tried to flee! I can only imagine the sight of the police boarding 1st Class Air France to haul that loser off the plane. xoxo
I’m with Deidra marriage is work and worth it. Book sounds like a great read. Marriage is convenient when it comes to taxes!
FRONT PAGE AFFAIR does sound fun! Marriage is wonderful and lovely and full of adventures, but it ain’t convenient. Well, there are conveniences…