Satin Sheets and Strawberries, by Marcia Evanick

>> Thursday, March 25, 2004

I used to love Loveswepts before I went online and was able to pick and choose more. I'd buy pretty much every one of their releases that made it to Uruguayan bookstores. One of the titles I kept was Satin Sheets and Strawberries, by Marcia Evanick.

The sign said FAIRYLAND--ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK, and Logan Sinclair couldn't imagine what his aunt Ruth and uncle Henry were doing living there in Snow White's cottage! Then Kelli SantaFe appeared, a golden-haired water nymph in pink costume and wings, and he knew he'd truly lost his marbles-and his heart! He was intrigued by her laugh, infuriated by her stubbornness, and downright bewitched by her sweet, seductive mouth... when it wasn't suggesting that he stay out of her business.

Logan didn't want to fight a tug-of-war with Kelli for his relatives, whom shed taken in and treated like the family shed always wanted, but his guilt at not being there when they'd needed him made him determined to make a home for them now. Kelli had fallen hard for Logan, who could laugh at himself and rescue damsels in distress, but who also had the power to shatter her happiness. Could fairy magic help them weave their dreams together?
Well, this was a very nice, cute book, if a little unremarkable. A C+.

I'm wondering now why exactly I found it so remarkable. Probably because what was available to me then was all big, cruel alpha mules + doormat heroines... lots of Catherine Coulter and authors like that, so the fact that this one had a hero was usually nice to the heroine was enough to make it stand out in a very good way.

Anyway, this wasn't a bad way to spend a couple of hours.


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