For Dr. Daniel Sawyers, sex therapist Lace McGee is a puzzle. While she keeps putting inappropriate ideas into his sister’s head, Lace is even better at putting naughty thoughts into Daniel’s head. But just how down ’n' dirty is Lace really?
©2010 Lori Foster (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
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This is the most Clique book.
1. The Awwww... the perfect Christmas presents, the clearing up of misunderstandings, the sex scenes. It's tempting to say it's just an older book, but 1999 isn't all that old.
2. Spoiler alert : if you can call it that. She thinks he's a stick-in-the-mud; he thinks she's a slut. Oh, and a "liberal." Ooooh. And she's a bad influence on his baby sister, who's now dressing like a girl and dating.But they're y'know, hot for each other anyway.
3) The proximity gets too much for Dr. Dan, so he comes up with the brilliant idea of pretending he's sexually dysfunctional so Lace won't be able to resist fixing him. And golly gee, is there anyone out there who didn't figure out by page 3 that Lace is a virgin? Is there a sex therapist heroine in all of Romancelandia who's ever had sex? I think it's in the job description.
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY~! terrible
Not good or believable and definitley not erotic. The charactors were not the slightest bit realistic. The connections was stale. I was really dissapointed.
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