with Linda Howard.
I've read too much of this, which follows similar formulas.
Smart, shy woman.
Unbelievably gorgeous man.
He decides at first glance he wants her.
She is insanely attracted to him but resists for about 10 minutes.
They have the most amazing sex of their lives and in 24 hours, they know they will be married and live happily ever after...BUT FIRST...they must find out who is trying to kill her.
However, a few of her novels follow what I just referred to as "airheaded chick lit".
That, I cannot handle.
I've got this one book to finish, All the Queen's Men, and then I'm running back to Jane. I've mentioned that it's annoying to me when the sex is so gratuitous and completely alien to the plot but I just saw a review on Barnes and Noble's website where someone complained: "but the nookie was late in the book".
I guess it's just me. :)
Pride & Prejudice is next but I've read that one so I may skip down to Mansfield Park.
I'm coming, Jane...wait for me!