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if only these men were real
on 27 February 2009
From the minute Emily walks out and performs a lap dance for Kell, the reader is hooked, what is this prim primary school teacher up to? As the story progress's we learn of a young woman's battle to find her space while at the same time dealing with an over protective father. Emily has known and desired Kell for a long time but fears that the brutal murder of his first wife and unborn child will make him controling and over protective. Emily has to deal with acknowledging her feelings for Kell and what it means to love an overprotective man. Kell in turn has to deal with the force of his feelings for Emily and his fears for her. this story is about two people learning to live with each other's needs and dreams, chuck in the suspense of a goverment mole,terrorists and a drug lord, drop in few gorgeous SEALS and this story moves at good pace.
What a gem this author is, she seems to be able to tap in to a well of erotism and coat it in enough emotion to make sex on the page burn and sizzle in way that leaves the reader with a romantic glow. Although the language used is crude and the sex scenes explicit, it is handled with a lightness of touch that makes it all fit. After all if the sentiments couched in the roughness of speech are intense annd romantic who could possibly be offended. Oh to be a woman desired to that degree. And this is of course the point of reading these books, these men don't exist in real life but if they did I'd be at the head of the queue.The clincher for me I read it in one sitting that makes it 5 stars in my book! Well done L.L another book to keep me warm at night.