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A fun, lighthearted contemporary romance with a little added spice.

From Amazon reviewer cara2ndglance: "If you get sucked into Hallmark movies, you'll like this book! It's a sweet light read with a predictable plot and happy ending all wrapped up with a bow on it.

Victor Barboza is a man who has everything but a good woman. Cara Green has a young son, three part-time jobs, and a few extra pounds.

Their worlds collide as Cara serves Victor at an upscale party in Manhattan, upsetting Victor's ex-fiancée, Alexis, in the process. Victor pursues Cara, but Cara is not sure of his intentions: Is he using her to make Alexis jealous? Does he just want her for sex? Or is love Victor's true aim?

©2012 Reeni Austin (P)2013 Gossamer Publishing

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Loved it!! Wish the other ones were on audio as w<br />

Great love story can't wait for the others to be on audio and meet the other brothers

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lovely romance

I enjoyed this story. The only thing I didn't care for was the descriptive sex scenes. I know they are expected in a eomance, but I find them distracting and corny, and I don't find them necessary for the storyline.