June 26, 2012

Sass Meets Class

Sass Meets Class

Jill Hughey

Self-published


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Conversation gets pricklier than a cactus and desert temperatures are bound to rise when American common sense meets British nobility in Arizona Territory.

12 comments:

  1. It took me a minute to decipher this line.

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    1. Thank you for your input, Marybelle. Would it help if I flipped it? "When American common sense meets British nobility in Arizona Territory, conversation gets pricklier than a cactus and desert temperatures are bound to rise."

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  2. Sounds like it may be a historical.

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    1. Yes, it is historical. Thanks for visiting!

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  3. This book was a good read, well written and with historical, meaningful references. "Sass" is a reference to the heroine's boldness and independence of the era. "Class" describes her " knight," displaced to the Territories. I enjoyed this book and it's storyline. While predictable as a romance should be, it had enough plot twists to keep me interested. It is not a "sizzling" romance, however :)

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    1. Thank you, Jean. I'm so glad you liked it.

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  4. I love the cover but the log line could be worded better - I can't tell if this is a contemporary or a historical, if it's M/F or M/M. Overall, it's okay but it's not something that would grab my attention beyond the cover.

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    1. Great help, Maria! Thank you so much for your help.

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  5. The cover makes me think contemporary but the log line leans to historical American Western. Don't think the cover matches the genre.

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    1. Thank you, Karen. That is good input!

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