Title: No Trespassing
Author: KD Robichaux
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 7
Being the daughter of world-renowned archaeologists, it’s in Emmy’s blood to want entry into the many off-limits historical places around the United States. Having graduated with her degrees in history and archaeology, you’d think she could just waltz right in wherever she wanted, right?
Dean Savageman, host of The Adventure Channel’s No Trespassing, is the rock star of documentaries, and is always called first to explore the most forgotten, dangerous, and inaccessible places around the country. No one gets dibs before him—certainly not the huffy wanna-be archeologist who keeps showing up at the most obscure undocumented locations, no matter how beautiful she is.
After years of run-ins—and unwanted fantasies—with her self-proclaimed mortal enemy and having given up on gaining entry to one of her dream sites the legal way, Emmy sneaks into the NOLA Catacombs, having no idea Dean is in their depths.
What happens when these two get trapped together, alone, twenty-five feet under the streets of New Orleans is one for the history books, or at least an episode of… No Trespassing.
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I’m a fan of Expedition Unknown on the Travel Channel and I always thought the host would make a great inspiration for a book hero, so when I read the blurb for No Trespassing I knew I had to read it. And I loved it. I thought it was unique and brilliant. The premise is intriguing—I would love to see more like this. I’m a history buff and at one time thought about going into anthropology so I’d love to see more anthropologist and archaeologist heroes. Big brains can be sexy too!
And Dean Savageman is incredibly sexy. He’s sweet, he is a dirty talker and he’s an alpha. It’s as if Robichaux got into my brain and wrote the perfect book boyfriend for me. He’s got everything I love in a bbf. The ying to his yang is Emmy. She’s shy but feisty and slightly klutzy. She’s going after her dreams and trying to do it on her own merits. I admire her gumption. I love that she’s introverted. I don’t think we see that often enough in books. There is great character development here. And some great secondary characters too that you get glimpses of but don’t overtake the story.
It was a perfect blend of history and romance, it kept me enthralled. I couldn’t wait for the next puzzle or clue to be revealed. If you’re in the mood for something different that’s packed with heat, humor and some really great writing I’d one-click this one today. I’m adding this one to my re-read pile. I’ve also got a new TV show to add to my binge watching schedule thanks to the dedication. -Peace and love, Buxom J
KD Robichaux wanted to be a romance author since the first time she picked up her mom’s Sandra Brown books at the ripe old age of twelve. She went to college to become a writer, but then married and had babies. Putting her dream job on hold to raise her family as a stay at home mom, who read entirely too much, she created a blog where she could keep her family and friends up-to-date on all the hottest reads. From there, by word of mouth, her blog took off and she began using her hard-earned degree as a Senior Editor for Hot Tree Editing. When her kids started school, and with the encouragement from her many author friends, she finally sat down and started working on her first series, The Blogger Diaries, her very own real life romance.