Sun, sand, and one woman's private fantasies recorded in a seductive red book . . .
Prim and proper Lauren Ash has a secret side no one else sees: she records her sexual fantasies, in intimate detail, in a very personal book meant for her eyes only.
When hired hand Nick Armstrong finds the red diary, he's shocked . . . and aroused. Never before has he come across anything so private - or so sensual. And, given the way the Ash family has hurt his, he soon begins to see this as a potent weapon for righting an old wrong. Wouldn't it serve the haughty Lauren right if he used her own fantasies to seduce her, make her fall in love, and then break her heart?
But there's much more to Lauren than Nick expects, and before he quite realizes it, he's opening himself - and his heart - to her. Can Nick let go of the past and surrender to Lauren, body and soul?
Any additional comments?
In my opinion this is a good listen. Vanilla sexual content, more romantic and not hot and explict. So I'd say it's a light and enjoyable if you don't like your romantic content too explict. It's good if it's on sale, but you may want to save your credit for something you'd enjoy more than a predictible, mildly erotic love story.
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