Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Review: That Dating Thing
Author: Mackenzie Crowne
Publisher: Still Moments Publishing
Genre: Contemporary romance
Heat Level: Sensual
Length: 127 pages
Review Rating: 4 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb:An irresistible attraction to a sexy assistant district attorney threatens the only daughter of Wall Street’s most notorious stock swindler with exposure and ruination.
Dog trainer, Rylee Pierce has perfected the art of flying beneath society’s radar. Prosecutor, Cooper Reed is a threat to her carefully hidden truths, but how is a woman supposed to resist a man capable of handling a psychotic Great Dane while charming her out of her panties before she has the chance to blink?
Review: She's stayed under the public eye for so long. She's made a life for herself. A new start, away from the critical eye that wonders just which path she'll take.
Rylee is loving her job as a dog trainer. She's close to her aunt, and doing well. When straight edged Cooper walks in, thinking the absolute worst, he turns things upside down. He's hard to break, but if anyone can crack through to a better Cooper, it's Rylee. Until he finds out who she really is.
That Dating Thing is a fun romance, with some good conflict to make things interesting. I knew Rylee had some sort of secret fromt he start, and when it got exposed, I was shocked. The author's voice stands out, the writing is very good. Overall, I enjoyed That Dating Thing. Put two people together that are opposites and watch them bring out the best in one another.
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