Saturday, January 16, 2016

Review:One Love-A Multicultural Romance Boxed Set


Six multicultural romances by six talented authors! From contemporary West Texas to Old West California, get swept away with these passionate couples:

Her Cowboy Protector by Roxie Rivera
Rancher Niall Campbell isn't thrilled with the prospect of babysitting his best friend's sister, especially when he learns she's marked for death by an infamous drug cartel assassin, but he'll defend Cruz and her unborn baby with his life.

All You Can Handle by Farrah Rochon
Love was the last thing they were looking for, but a chance meeting kick-starts a high-octane rush of desire that gives Ian Landry and Madison "Sonny" White all they can handle.

The Obsession by Liliana Lee
Princess Shanyin has a harem of male concubines to serve her, but from the moment she sees the handsome Chu Yuan, she has to have him.

Wild for Him by Jill Sorenson
After a major earthquake in downtown San Diego, tattoo artist Gwen Tagaloa finds comfort in the brawny arms of Mitch Stone--her best friend's estranged boyfriend.

Cabin Fever by Audra North
Rico Cardenas hasn't seen Becca Neubaum in five years, but when they unexpectedly end up as cabinmates for the holidays, he finds he doesn't want to let another day go by without her in his life.

Summer Chaparral by Genevieve Turner

Born in deceit, Jace and Catarina's marriage can either bloom into true love or become the newest casualty of an old family vendetta...

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What I thought about One Love

When I started reading this, I thought I might read one or two stories, review and move on.  But as I read one story, I was drawn on to the next. I found myself investing my time in this boxed set and ended up reading most of One Love.  

Her Cowboy Protector is a suspenseful story of a woman on the run with her brother's best friend as a protector. I was really rooting for Cruz and Niall to make it and loved there was an epilogue to tell me what happened these two.

In All You Can Handle, Sonny runs to a small town to clean-slate her life, but a one night stand ends up complicating things.  One thing about small towns -- everyone knows everyone else.  I loved Ian. His strong character made him a real hero, and I loved how these two wooed each other.  

I love Jill Sorenson's Aftershock series and so it was great to see Wild for Him in this boxed set.  It's a sweet tale of finding love during tough times, and it's a great read.  

Cabin Fever by Audra North was a wonderful story of estranged best friends finding their way back to each other.  They have some serious life problems they are working on too, but that can't quell their attraction for each other.  A real sweet tale of love and adversity. This was the story that hooked me into reading the rest of this boxed set. 

If you haven't picked up this boxed set, you should do it today. It's a nice melting pot of cultures and romance subgenres. One Love does a fabulous job of illustrating just how it's all just about love!

ARC provided for review. 

About the Authors

Roxie Rivera

Farrah Rochon

Lilianna Lee

Jill Sorenson

Audra North

Genevieve Turner

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