Here's the cover:
Also I found a blurb:
Yum! I can hardly wait. She also has a guestbook for all us fangirls to gush all over. I was tempted to leave a message on the guestbook but I was afraid I would embarrass myself with my slobbering gushes and general fawning.
A brief stop on a multimillion dollar yacht should have been the perfect start to Genevieve Spencer's desperately-needed sabbatical in the jungles of Costa Rica, far from the stress of her law practice. It should have been so simple - have the client sign some papers and be on her way.
But she hadn't counted on Van Dorn's deceptively bland assistant, Peter Jensen, suddenly transforming into the most dangerous man she'd ever met. She hadn't counted on becoming a hostage aboard a hijacked yacht. And she certainly hadn't counted on her reaction to Jensen. The man was gorgeous, deadly, and cold as ice. For the first time in her life all her instincts were dead wrong.
And if she didn’t figure out how to get out of this trap, she’d be in the same situation. Wrong. And dead.
She has a new blog she started the end of January. It's probably not that interesting to most readers since it's a writers blog where she discusses the writing process, her latest work in progress, deadlines, etc., but I thought it was interesting because, hey, it's Anne Stuart. BTW, she talked about a possible title of Blue Ice for the book she's working on. Here's the link to her blog: annestuart.blogspot.com/
I noticed on her Books list that there are many of her categories titles I haven't read but I don't know how good they are. I recently scored a copy of Banish Misfortune at PBS. The trader told me that it was pretty beat up and asked if I still wanted it. I said 'hell, yes!'. I'm not looking for a collectible, I just want to read it. I guess someone else turned it down. Go figure.
OK, I'm offline till Tuesday. Enjoy!