Thursday, November 2, 2017


Erin Nicholas
Totally His
Opposites Attract
Release Date Oct. 31, 2017


Actress Sophie Birch is used to having to look out for herself. So, when her theater catches fire and a big guy scoops her up into his arms to save her, she's going to fight every step of the way. Even if he's a cop. And really sexy. And his arms feel oh-so-good. Finn Kelly can't help but appreciate how good the woman in his arms looks in her sexy pink lingerie. Even if she's currently resisting arrest. But as the two get to know each other, they're both surprised by the things Finn is willing to do to get closer to her. And when Sophie's estranged father arrives in town and starts causing trouble, the stage is set for disaster...unless Finn can convince her that, for once in her life, she has someone to lean on.

I enjoy Erin Nicholas. If she writes it, I will read it, because I know when I open one of her books, I am going to enjoy it. I am going to like the characters, and I am going to be able to believe in the relationship that she creates between them.

Finn and Sophie meet when he catches her rushing into a burning building and has to carry her out because she is resisting arrest and refusing to leave quietly. And, not only do you see in this scene that Sophie is feisty, you also get a good look at who Finn is...and that he really, at the end of the day, just wants everything to work out for everyone so they can all just go on about the things they need to do.

This carries through the book and both is the reason Sophie falls in love with him, and the reason she believes they are not able to be together.

By the end, there is a resolution that works and it is a real world resolution. And, this is the other thing I love about Erin Nicholas. Her characters live in the real world, the fixes to the situation are real world. They feel like a conversation, and a resolution, that could have happened in my own life last week. I love this about her books.

I recommend this title.

About the Author

Erin Nicholas

I've been reading romance since my mom first let me into her book cupboard when I was about fourteen. LaVyrle Spencer, Julie Garwood, Debbie Macomber... they took my 'happily ever after' ideas from animated princesses to real people in the real world. I've been writing romance almost as long. Many a family car trip was spent with my head bent over a spiral notebook in the back seat. I'll confess that my very first attempts at fiction were fantasy and paranormals, influenced by my father's love of the Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, and the original Alice in Wonderland. If Harry Potter had been around, I'm sure he would have been on the bedtime story shelf as well. But it wasn't long until I started writing about true love and that's where I've been ever since. I'm so thrilled to be able to share these stories with you! I hope that they make you smile, sigh, maybe even choke up a little. Most of all, I hope that they help you believe in magical things like first kisses, the spark of passion, and the power of true love.

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