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Man, oh man, was he in trouble…
If the girl-next-door-had an unpredictable, feisty twin sister, this woman would be her. Though she’d doused it quickly, a sizzling, ultra-feminine awareness had flared in her eyes in that brief moment they’d met his, along with a sweet blush she’d fought with adorably, stubborn defiance. Damn, she was cute. And intriguing. With that quiet, kitten gaze of hers still mulishly refusing to look his way again, she was drawing him in, hook, line, and sinker.
It was bad enough that the faint scent of one of her dark ales was lingering on his lips in that sexier-than-sin sort of way, but candying it atop steamy eyes and a gentlemanly sweet center to boot was just plain unfair. He was cowboy-in-the-city sexy with a laughing smile and all sorts of promised temptations radiating from him. And he always smelled like chocolate. With his scorching hot gaze, he was completely lethal to everything that kept her tame.
The night Luke and Dani met, they really should have gotten each other’s last names. More importantly? Each other’s occupations.
This novella was a nice little surprise when I went to go read Love, Chocolate and Beer written by the author, this novella was included in the package due to it being a prequel. It was short, sweet and funny, it paved the way and made great starting foundations for future characters I’m hoping I’ll see later on in the series. This book has gotten my anticipation zinging from being patient and I can’t wait to read more about the characters. It was a great idea to include this in with the first novel and gave me some insight into the characters lives that I don’t think I would have gotten if I had just read the first book.
Great feature, I wish most authors would do the same.
My Rating 4.5/5
Stay tuned for my review of Love, Chocolate and Beer.