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by Ella Frank
Released: October 8, 2012
Published by Self Published
“This story is sweet and cute and sexy and leaves you with warm and fuzzy feelings.” ~Under the Covers
I picked up this book AFTER I read Ella Frank’s BLIND OBSESSION. Other than the fact the author’s name is the same and the writing is amazing, the similarities end there. This story is sweet and cute and sexy and leaves you with warm and fuzzy feelings.
Meet Mason Langley. The man of most of our dreams. Sexy manwhore about town, looks to melt your heart, owner of a restaurant…yes the man is sexy as hell and he can cook. But he’s also a family man and helps out his mother at her florist business when she’s in need. And by helping her he meets Dr. Lena O’Donnell.
A cold woman, that has so many defense walls around her he can’t help but want to crumble them down. These two have some great banter, sexual tension, and sizzling chemistry. It takes them a while to give in to their feelings, but that just gives them enough time for the wooing and at times even some healing.
We do have some sweet and tender moments, as well as some really hot sex! Ella Frank’s writing is again flawless and enthralling. You’ll want to devour this and keep reading more.
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I get easily distracted by pictures of sexy guys and have tons of book boyfriends.I keep all my alpha males chained to my basement and guard them fiercely.*Back off bitches*I like to see Jason Momoa as a lot of those boyfriends, because ….. mmmmmmm JASON.MOMOA!
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