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Lois Lane Tells All Mass Market Paperback – 13 May 2010
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“Fun and highly entertaining!”
—New York Times bestselling author Rachel Gibson on Talk of the Town
About the Author
Karen Hawkins is the bestselling author of a dozen historical romance novels. When not stalking hot Australian actors, getting kicked out of West Virginia thanks to the antics of her extended family, and adding to her considerable shoe collection, Karen spends her time warming her feet on her narcoleptic golden retriever while writing her next book.See all Product description
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Susan Collins loves living in small and sleepy Glory and working as editor-in-chief for "The Glory Examiner". Life could be great but sexy and nerdy Mark Tremayne is bringing tension into Susan's life. On the one hand he's trying to tell her how to do her job but on the other hand he is just too much like Clark Kent whom Susan adores. Normally Susan isn't interested in casual and short-time relationships but for Mark she's willing to make an exception.
Mark also feels the sparks between them and even though he's only in town for a few months he wants more of Susan than just being colleagues. Like Susan he is not interested in a long-term relationship because Glory is just too small and sleepy for him.
But when weird things start to go on in Glory and Susan seems to be in danger Mark can't stand back any longer. What starts as a casual relationship soon feels like so much more for Susan and Mark. But they still have to overcome their different viewpoints to form a relationship that can last longer than just a few months.
I absolutly loved reading "Lois Lane tells all". Following "Talk of the town" it's the second book by Karen Hawkins that plays in Glory. I would recommend to read "Talk of the town" before "Lois Lane tells all" but it's not a must.
From the beginning of the book I had a smile on my face and couldn't stop laughing until I finished it. Susan and Mark are both great and interesting characters and I enjoyed their arguments and banter a lot. The chemistry between them is palpable from their first scene and becomes more and more sizzling during the book.
I also enjoyed reading more about the Murder Mystery Club and the other citizens of Glory. Although there's a mystery in the book it's definitely more romantic than suspenseful.
Meeting all the bachelors the town has to offer lets me hope for many more books about Glory.
So, all in all I think "Lois Lane tells all" is an amazing book and I spent some very entertaining hours reading it. I can't wait to read more of Glory's citizens and I'm already excited for Ethan's story which will be published next.
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Susan Collins was used to getting her own way when she was Glory, NC's town dispatcher. But she has moved on to ace editor/reporter for The Glory Examiner. Susan loves her job of reporting the news and getting the town involved. There is just one thing getting in her way and it's a big one. CFO Mark Tremayne knows nothing about the newspaper business being a CPA and he keeps sticking his nose where it doesn't belong. Her arguments with Mark have her hot under the collar in more ways then one.
Mark Tremayne came to Glory to help his sister Roxie out when she bought The Glory Examiner. He figured it would be a few months to get the paper back on even footing and he can get back to his accounting firm in Raleigh. Things at the paper were worse off then he originally thought and he has to get down in trenches of the workings of the paper. His daily meetings with the staff especially Susan Collins has him thinking about more then the plus and minus column.
Susan and Mark fall into a passionate kiss that leads to more then they bargained for since Mark isn't staying in town. Susan and Mark both have been hurt in the past and it's a lot for them both to get past. Added to this mix is someone is out to get Susan after she writes a story about missing money. Can these two work out their differences and fight for this new relationship?
Lois Lane Tells All is wickedly funny and smoking hot. I loved the dialogue between all the characters but Mark and Susan's were sizzling. The murder mystery club is an added laugh out loud layer to this wonderful book. I am looking forward to another visit to Glory, NC soon.
I love her historical but when I decided to read these two I really enjoyed then