All I can say is, “Hold on to your seats.” Eleanor Cocreham has outdone herself in Heart Breakers, the third book in her trilogy. Escape the mundane and enter the glamorous, whirlwind life of the Wanamakers. Handsome, debonair Jamie and drop-dead, gorgeous Calleigh make for an explosive combination. And Eleanor knows how to push all the right buttons. The story will leave you clamoring for more.
Lady Eleanor has done it again. A tight well- written romantic suspense, invites you into a world that you would not suspect of having a dark underbelly.
Ms. Cocreham has woven a tale that is full of both suspense and romantic tension. The threads of the story are as tautly drawn as strings on a fine violin and played to create a symphony of love lost and love redeemed. She skillfully draws all the story lines to a satisfying and unexpected conclusion.
A recent widow myself, I found the story to be filled with hope and redemption.
This is going on my keeper shelf and I think it should find room on everyone’s. You won’t be disappointed. 4.5.Pawprints
For the third time, Eleanor Cocreham has turned her knack for glitz and glam into another intriguing story featuring the wealthy, globe-trotting Wanamakers. In Heart Breakers, special agent Jaime Wanamaker is assigned to investigate Calleigh Maxwell, the beautiful young widow of a diamond magnate, and her possible involvement in a diamond smuggling operation. When a matter of business becomes a matter of the heart, both Jamie and Calleigh struggle with complications that threaten to separate them forever. Another page turner!
Meet Eleanor Cocreham
Texas born, but Louisiana reared, I was once asked in an interview by a fellow romance writer if I‘ve had adventures in my life. I had to admit being married many, many years to the guy I met on a blind date, and having two sons and twin daughters has certainly been an adventure. Plus having a mate who likes to cook, entertain and travel provides endless backgrounds for stories.
I am a long-time resident of Baton Rouge, and until writing became my passion, tennis, golf and rearing active children filled my days. Now, family, grandchildren, friends and the computer occupy my time. My encouraging husband couldn’t be happier—writing keeps me from the shopping malls.
While I am sometimes distracted by my critique group’s stories, friends, events, travels, and anything and everything else that pops up to drag me from the computer, my imagination never stops. Especially when new characters demand their stories be told.