Published May 1, 1990
by Bantam Books for Young Readers .
Written in English
|Series||Sweet Dreams, No. 171|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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With characters that practically leap off the page, and dialogue that sparkles with sass and wit, Acting on Impulse is a laugh-out-loud read with pulse-pounding sexy times. Tracey Livesay A fresh, sexy, laugh out loud funny rom com with characters you can’t help but root for and a love story that will leave you smiling well after the book is : Mia Sosa. Acting on Impulse is a sweet romance and just the kind of book you might need to have while cozying up with your favorite beverage I say unlikely because this romance was a romance that never really began to begin with but is all about returning home and taking that second chance on the first chance that never had an opportunity to start/5. Romeo's impulsiveness can be seen in just how fast he changes the object of his love—one day, he is head over heels for Rosaline, and the next, he is ready to marry Juliet. Romeo also makes many. "Guarantees characters that glow with equal parts wit, sass, and sensuality." Library Journal (Starred Review) The first in a fun, flirty new series from Mia Sosa! After a very public breakup with a media-hungry politician, fitness trainer Tori Alvarez escapes to Aruba for rest /5(37).
Acting on Impulse (Love on Cue, Book 1) “Guarantees characters that glow with equal parts wit, sass, and sensuality.” — Library Journal (Starred Review). According to the "– U.S. Book Consumer Demographics & Buying Behaviors Annual Review," only 11% of book buyers who bought a book online said they did so as an impulse purchase, while 44%. - “Acting on Impulse” - “The Chinese Shawl” - "Whose Fault Was It?" - "The Old Maid" The collection also includes a bonus Georgian tragedy, “Love", and the search for "On Such a Night", a story long-missing from the Heyer : Overlord Publishing. In my quest to read more new to me authors this year, with an emphasis on diverse/own voices, I found a real winner in Mia Sosa’s Acting on Impulse, the first story in her Love on Cue series. I usually stay clear of the ‘rich Hollywood movie star falls for ordinary citizen’ type of story but the synopsis for this one makes it clear that the heroine isn’t going be swayed by stardom.