Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Tasty Review Tour MO'S HEART by Edie Ramer @tastybooktours #giveaway

Five Digital Copies of MIRACLE PIE
and $20.00 Amazon Gift Card
Enter Below


Mo's Heart
Miracle Interrupted #5
Edie Ramer
Released April 16th, 2013
Gifted by: Author/Tasty Book Tours
Reviewed by: Lisa

Absolutely Charming!!  That is the first word that comes to mind after finishing MO'S HEART, book five in the Miracle Interrupted Series by Edie Ramer....Charming!!

The Mafia comes to Miracle, Wisconsin…

Mo Vincent, the owner of Mo’s Place, is in agony because his soon-to-be divorced sous-chef is dating – but not him. He has his reasons for not asking her out. He did the right thing back in New Jersey, and it cost him his son, his wife, his restaurant. Now he’s found a home in Miracle. The village has accepted him, and his new restaurant is doing well. He should be content with what he has…but his heart wants more.

Chef Rosa Fabrini’s divorce is one signature away when her cheating husband returns home and expects her to forgive him. Her lawyer is AWOL, and her youngest son is demanding she take his father back. Desperate to escape the turmoil, she asks Mo to let her move into the empty apartment above the restaurant…right next to his place.

Mo can’t say no. His mind knows she’s forbidden fruit, but his heart dares to hope. Until his past shows up, and he finds out sometimes it takes a village…

I loved Mo...there...I said it!  He was just the kind of guy you would hope to find yourself married to and raising your children with.  Being a chef, you figure he has to have good hands...hee hee, and he loves his son, he has a sexy smolder about him, and he smells like good Italian food...I know sounds weird, but it's hard to get good Italian since I moved to the south. 

I liked Rosa a lot!  A woman who knows she deserves better and makes a move for a younger man...She is the kind of woman I admire, strong, determined and knows what she wants!  And she has three sons....crap...that in itself is something to admire!

The town and town folk of Miracle were funny, sweet and made you feel like you were home.  I love when a series sucks me into the story that I feel like I am hanging out, eating Love Pies with Katie and the crew. 

Yes, this is a romance about a couple who have both been married, both have kids and are finding love a second time around, well it was officially just supposed to be sex...but..ya know...Mo smells like good Italian food...I guess Rose just couldn't resist falling for him!

Fans of Robyn Carr's Virgin River Series will LOVE MO'S HEART!

Happy Reading!

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About Edie
In my stories, miracles are interrupted…but sometimes a few sneak through. I like to think miracles happen in life, too. Part of the reason I feel this way is because I was weaned on fairy tales. But when my mother unleashed me into the aisles of my local library, I gravitated to Nancy Drew. I also devoured comic books about Wonder Woman and Super Girl. My penchant for strong heroines who don’t wait for men to save them is reflected in my books.
I started my writing career selling short stories for mystery magazines and anthologies. I’ve published quite a few paranormal romances and I’ve even tiptoed into the sci fi romance genre. Now I write contemporary romance with heart and attitude and magic. I love writing a magical realism series set in the small village of Miracle, Wisconsin. These are stand-alone books, and anything can and does happen. Everyone gets a chance to tell their story, from a cat to a young blogger to a young woman to young seniors.
I don’t think I’ll ever get bored with this series. I hope my readers feel the same way. My goal is to make readers laugh a little, cry a little, and feel happy a lot.
I live in southeastern Wisconsin with my husband, dog and a very special cat. You can follow me on my personal blog, my group blog, Magical Musings, Facebook and Twitter.
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Lee Todd said...

thanks for the giveaway :)

Lee Todd said...

and no....to the question :P

Sexy Writer said...

No, I never have. I have not had much time in the work force due to being hit by a drunk driver, but I am sure that if I had worked more, there would have been someone! lol


Pat L. said...

Thank you for contest. I love anything food related. LOL.

Quilt Lady said...

I happened to marry a guy I worked with many years ago. I will be entering under the name of Virginia

karin said...

No,not yet. Thanks for the giveaway

Cindy B. said...

Yes, I married him.

Lisa Brown said...

No, I never have. I keep work , work, and do not get involved.

Soft Fuzzy Sweater said...

Yes and it was very painful. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks.


Book Attict said...

Nope, I never mix work and my personal life.

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Christine Janes said...

Thanks for the giveaway.