RELEASE DATE: 7th February 2017
BLURB: Fashion photographer Dale Walker takes a train to his hometown, relocating there after nursing a broken heart for six months in another city. His train makes an unscheduled stop to take on a mysterious passenger.
For a long time, Valentine Steel has hoped to meet a man who will love him. When he sees Dale on the train, he’s overjoyed to find a vacant seat beside him.
Dale’s immediate attraction to Valentine has him on edge. He doesn’t want another broken heart, and yet Valentine is so magnetic that Dale’s frozen heart begins to thaw.
Valentine sets out to charm and capture Dale in his sparkling aura. He can’t let the chance to have Dale’s love slip away.
He didn’t want the heavens or even a shooting star, he just wanted love, commitment and to be loved. He found it, and it came in the form of a star……….
Valentine Steel, a heavenly star, fell from the night sky like a jewel in the rain. This was nearly his last chance of finding love on Earth – he’s hopeful: it’s nearly Valentine’s Day and with his first name as it is, he’s optimistic because he’s heard Dale’s call to the night time sky and he’s answering it……..
Dale is still recovering after finding his lover with another man in THEIR bed. He now knows the pain that falling in love brings and the loneliness that it leaves. He’s no longer looking for love now, his heart cannot handle anymore heartbreak. He calls up to the night time sky in despair, not realising that he’s been heard and Valentine is on his way…..
And E.D. Parr gave us a short and nice Valentine’s storyline.
For me, I missed her usual detailing, I know that due to length it is always hard to achieve but I just wanted more on Valentine, a bit more of an understanding of being a **star**
In the celestial sphere. But that’s me, you may think differently?
Having said that, I have to say that Dale initiated enough fuel to keep the temperature hot enough to initiate the fusion between them and therefore succeeded in maintaining enough equilibrium to make Valentine “his own Valentine Star” <see what I did there?>
Nice sexy read but with a bit more info, could have been a great sexy Valentine read.
Four celestial stars from me.
****I voluntary reviewed an Advance Readers Copy of the book. My opinions of this book, were entirely my own.****