A Trace of Love

Can Ophelia find true love in a chance encounter with an old crush?
A_Trace_of_Love_4e2e07bba025d.jpgA Trace of Love by Danielle Ravencraft
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Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release: August 19, 2011

Editor: Carrie RO

Line Editor: Valerie Haley

Cover artist: Suzanne Safi

Words: 5080

Pages: 23

ISBN: 978-1-927085-38-7

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Warning: A Trace of Love contains graphic sexual content, adult language, use of alcoholic beverages, strong declarations of passion, and other adult content.



Ophelia Martinez has a chance encounter with internationally famous rock-star, Trace Curtis. To Ophelia, Trace will always be the charming boy she met in high school. They share one night together in which Trace falls in love with Ophelia. But Ophelia knows she can’t continue to live in the past, at least not with the secret that haunts her present.



He’d shared his bed with plenty of women in the past, but none of them made him feel the way she did; that sweet, frail girl whose voice rung when she laughed, whose skin smelled like honey dew melon. An urge rose from his chest, one so overwhelming it suffocated him. He wanted to be with her always. He wanted to hold her close and protect her, to be the only one to touch her, to love her.


Yes, that was it. Trace loved her. The realization sent his hand clawing at his chest. He had to find her. In a panic, he dressed and flew out of the hotel room. He almost forgot to check-out at the desk. Once outside, he realized he didn’t know where to begin looking for her. It drove him crazy that he couldn’t remember where he recognized her from. Hell, he didn’t even know her name. Great, Trace. This is just great.



Tuesday, 03 September 2013
I'm not usually a glutton for hot, steamy, can't walk because my body's thrumming passion, but Danielle Ravencraft and A TRACE OF LOVE have made a selective believer out of me very quickly.

Most of the time, in the past, I close my eyes, take a deep breath and skip to the parts of the story less doused in fulminate of mercury and read on. Not because I'm a prude...it's just there are only so many ways to humpity bumpity...BUT for reasons I'm still trying to decipher, I couldn't do that here. Maybe because it didn't feel like a bunch of gratuitous bopping thrown together to up the word count. I really don't know.

What I DO know is I'm glad I read ALL of this book beginning to end.

A TRACE OF LOVE. I guaran-dang-gum-tee ya, I'll be reading more of this gifted spinner of the best form of passion in any form of print.

Five Flaming Stars Ms. Ravencraft for Hot and Spicy done Right!
Lin Holmes

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