ISBN: 1-4199-0186-9
July 2005
Ellora’s Cave
75 pages
Erotic Contemporary Romance

Laura wants a taste of freedom, to play and explore. When her friend, Carla, insists she
spend the weekend at her family’s ranch, Laura agrees. It will be a great trip with only
‘the girls’, but when Carla tells her the real reason for the invite, Lauren is skeptical.
Carla has a cousin by the name of Romeo and she hopes Lauren will be the first girl too
finally resist his charms. She has always been cautious with any relationship but one
glimpse of Romeo changes her mind.

Romeo has a reputation to uphold. He loves women and is one smooth operator. When
he meets Lauren, something comes over him and he finds himself being very protective
of her. This is one challenge he will not give up. Can he convince Lauren that he wants to
spend forever with her, despite the fact they only have one weekend together?

Romeo is a story that stole my heart. When Carla was describing to Lauren how Romeo
was arrogant and egotistical, I thought why is she putting her friend in this situation? But
Ms. Faulkner created a different type of Romeo. This man is a gem, a gentleman in
every sense of the word. Ms. Faulkner has taken a sweet story and made two likeable
characters with a wide range of emotions. I hated to see it end. When Lauren said she
would not undress and shower because of all she had gone through in the hospital
unless he undressed as well, it brought on a smile.

Ms. Faulkner created a story that hooked this reader from the start. She captured my
interest and it was hard to put this book down. I wanted to see what happened between
Lauren and Romeo. Elegant writing with a touch of sophistication ignites the pages in
this great story.

Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance