Tuesday's Tidbits (and maybe a giveaway)
Update: Winners are: Denise and Jill B. Email me with a few book choices and your addy. Original Post: Made the B&N Review with IT HAD TO BE YOU.
Here's what they said, go take a look here:
Jill Shalvis's It Had to Be You is a wildly charming novel about a lighthearted -- but not light-fingered -- young woman named Ali Winters, who is accused of stealing $50,000 from an ex-boyfriend. Only one person believes she's innocent: the police detective who turns out to own her apartment. "It's just one bad day," Ali tells herself, standing in her panties in the kitchen after her rat fink bastard boyfriend dumps her by text, leaving her homeless. "Not from where I'm standing," Luke says, eyeing her attire, or the lack thereof. Detective Lieutenant Luke Hanover is laconic, bruised, and honorable, the kind of cop that we all need in times of trouble. He's fallen into the habit of observing life rather than living it, until Ali forces him to be as brave in his personal life as he is on the job.
The article lists some other romances where cops fall in love as well. Of course my cop falls in love against his will, but that's beside the point!
What do you think? Let me know. I plan to draw two names from the commenters, who will win a book from my backlist!