Monday, January 9, 2012

A slip of the tongue

A slip of a tongue can provide a funny moment or...it can change your life

RIGHT NAME, WRONG MAN
A sensual and romantic comedy novel set in France:


What’s a girl to do when she whispers another man’s name in her fiancé’s arms?

When forbidden dreams about the sexy French Dr. Yves Malroux assail her at every turn, Mary-Beth puts her wedding plans on hold. The man would probably not even remember the plump nerd she was three years ago before she lost her illusions faster than her pounds. Regardless, to be able to marry her fiancé without reservations, Mary-Beth needs to confront her past and flies to France for a summer training program in surgery with Yves.

But Yves never forgets an organ he removed from a patient or a woman he dated. And he never forgot the pretty student of Harvard Medical School who has turned into a stunning beauty and seems in serious need of coaching about spicing her serious life with some fun and passion.

While too many questions still swirled in her mind, her jealous fiancé summons her back home.

Will Mary-Beth let her heart decide who’s her right man? Will Yves break his no-strings-attached rule to offer love and commitment?
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Reviews:

*****Satisfying RomanceBy H. M. Taylor "silvarie" - (England)
This contemporary romance has it all: a strong likeable heroine who has overcome problems that will resonate with many readers, a to-die-for hero, the perfect alpha male, and a fantastic setting in the beautiful French countryside... The secondary characters add depth to the story as they are so well developed and believable. A very satisfying read and perfect to chill out with during the coming holiday season.

*****Unforgettable, By Seniorcitizen - This is a five star plus from Mona Risk. Pulled me in within the first chapter and kept me hooked. And oh, that night in Paris in a heavy rainstorm - I just had to re- read it several times for the sheer pleasure of it. I couldn't have imagined it any better.

*****Be safe or take a chance? By Margaret W. Toussaint - We're all come to this particular crossroads before. Right Name, Wrong Man takes us on a journey through surgeries, clinics, wineries, French chateaus, and Paris. Mary-Beth questions whether duty and obligation are enough for her; sexy Yves wonders if he can truly love again. Emotionally satisfying and great scenery to boot.

****Great Reading, By A. Jardine "Nancy Jardine" (Scotland) - A very enjoyable read. It was a heartwarming story-the separation and then meeting up again of the lovers not a conflagration- more of a slow burn. Mona Risk takes the reader into the environment of the hero, Yves the French Count. What more could Mary-Beth want?

*****I fell in love with Yves, By Linda B. Nightingale The doctor and French count is to-die-for. Couple this with the author's engaging voice and a heroine as well crafted as the hero, and you've got a book that will stay with you. From the first line, this book grabs and keeps your attention. I will re-read Right Name, Wrong Man.

*****A love story fit for the holidays! By Patrice Wilton "Author" (Florida) - I picked up this book recently, and found that I couldn't put it down. It was a sweet, satisfying romance with strong characters and a well written plot. The descriptions are eloquent and make you want to jump on the next plane to France.

*****When you whisper sweet nothings, you gotta use the right name! By Mary M. Barfield "Mary Marvella" Let's say you're in bed with the man you plan to marry and he calls you the wrong name. In this story the heroine does the oops! Talk about her subconscious at work! Ms Risk shares her wonderful characters (a French count) and takes us to exotic places. (Vive la Francais).You won't be able to put this book down and you won't want this one to end.

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About the author:
In a past life, Mona Risk was a chemist who mixed solutions, dipped her gloved fingers in dirty waste, and ran complicated equipment in order to declare drinking water safe for consumption.

When her Ph.D. and work in chemistry landed her international contracts to refurbish laboratories, she traveled to more than sixty countries on business or vacation. To relax from her hectic schedule, she avidly read romance novels and mentally plotted her own books. Eventually she left her scientific career to share with her readers the many stories brewing in her head. M. Risk likes to set her stories in the fascinating places she visited— from exotic Belarus, and historical France, to the beaches of Greece, the monuments of Egypt and the mysterious Islands of Seychelles.

“Mona Risk writes heroes with heart, heroines with spunk, in stories and settings that are simply unforgettable.” Roxanne St. Claire, NY Best Selling author.

“Mona Risk knows how to pull a reader into the minds of her well-crafted characters. Her work takes us on a journey be it local or overseas.” Night Owl Reviews.

Links: http://www.monarisk.com/
http://www.monarisk.blogspot.com/

Books by Mona Risk:
RIGHT NAME, WRONG MAN, 99cents http://tinyurl.com/85o4wg7
NO MORE LIES 99cents, http://tinyurl.com/3lenmfd

TO LOVE A HERO, 99cents, http://www.jasminejade.com/p-4094-to-love-a-hero.aspx
FRENCH PERIL, 99cents, http://www.jasminejade.com/p-4514-french-peril.aspx
Rx in RUSSIAN: http://tinyurl.com/6boox95
BABIES IN THE BARGAIN,
http://www.thewildrosepress.com/babies-in-the-bargain-p-1298.html
OSIRIS’ MISSING PART: http://www.jasminejade.com/p-9394-osiris-missing-part.aspx

7 comments:

Jill James said...

Can't wait to read this one, already on my Nook.

Mona Risk said...

Hi Jill, I can't wair your review. Wink

Celia Yeary said...

I told you, didn't I, how much I like this cover? More than the other? It's not that the first was inadequate...I liked it very much. But when I saw the second one, I knew it would get more attention.
I followed an entire conversation one day one of the loops (?) and it was all about covers. They are especially important on ebooks, because they're all right there on the screen. If there are ten books, which covers attract you?
It may just be me...but the cover is all important. I won't even look at the title or anything if I don't like the cover.
So, I'm rethinking my cover preferences, and thinking to go more bold. When, and if, I ever get another chance. Good for you. Remember...Bold is good.

Paisley Kirkpatrick said...

OH BOY another great book full of adventure, Mona. I really like the cover, too. Best of luck to you always with your wonderful story.

StephB said...

Mona, I agree - I think this is the best cover yet. :) I really liked this story. (I need to work on a review when I go back to work) but I love your writing. You wisk me away to another world.

Smiles
Steph

Maggie Toussaint said...

Nohting like a slip of the tongue to make things interesting. And I agree with Steph. This is a knockout cover. Great job!!!
Maggie

Josie said...

Mona,
Another well-written book means another successful publication. Sincere congrats for your continued success.
I love the cover, BTW.