#throwbackthursday with Loveswept – Meltdown by Ruth Owen
That was then . . . . this is now, same wonderful story with a new fabulous cover – a recent Loveswept re-launch:
In this deliciously romantic tale, Ruth Owen programs a code for seduction, proving that, when opposites attract, smart is sexy.
Chris Sheffield’s Casanova reputation is holding him back in the high-tech world. So he’s determined to prove that even playboys have brains. All he needs is a groundbreaking product like the artificial intelligence system Einstein. Acquiring it comes with one major complication: the alluring genius behind the technology.
More comfortable at a keyboard than in the boardroom (or the bedroom), Melanie Rollins doesn’t trust Chris Sheffield’s motives. Or the heated promise in his eyes. But Chris wants that computer . . . and its creator. He needs Melanie to believe that their dreams are one and the same. And there’s only so much temptation a woman can take before she abandons her science experiments for a lesson in sexual chemistry.
About the Author:
Ruth Owen grew up devouring books, but her favorites always had romance at their heart. After earning a BA from Mount Holyoke College, she went on to become a successful computer analyst. Her dream of becoming a romance author came true when Loveswept published her first book, Meltdown, featuring an intelligent, wisecracking computer named Einstein. Three more Einstein books followed, along with several other contemporary and historical novels.