New Concepts Publishing
Date: May 2004
Reviewed: Advance Review Copy
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Faith V. Smith
Notes: Sexual Content
By Ellen Fisher
Fisher has done it again. Isn’t it Romantic is totally enthralling,
romantic, and the stuff fantasies are made of.
Lang needs a husband. Her ailing dad is coming for a visit and expecting
her to be a happily married newlywed. With no man of her own on
the horizon, she turns her eyes to her new, incredibly handsome
neighbor. When Cody’s back is against the wall, she does what
a girl has to do and proposes; make believe or not, she will have
her man. What she doesn’t bargain for are the butter melting
kisses she and Kip share while getting into the scheme of things.
Stanton is in hiding. He is tired of being mobbed by adoring fans
that believe he really is a captain in a popular science fiction
television series. He disguises himself and hopes the populace of
the small town of Silver Creek won’t recognize him. When his
lovely and extremely sexy neighbor proposes marriage, he thinks
it is a publicity stunt, but when she truly doesn’t have a
clue as to who he is, Kip thinks she is as crazy as a bedbug in
and Cody find that playing house can be dangerous—especially
when their attraction ignites and turns explosive. When Kip’s
secret is discovered, he must do some fast talking to convince the
woman he loves that she is the only woman--in this world or out
of it--for him.
lovemaking between Cody and Kip is as hot as a July night and the
characters are charming and believable. Humor is also rampart when
a four-legged fan traps Kip in Cody’s house. Isn’t It
Romantic is a book that deserves to be read over and over again.