THE EARTH MOVED...LITERALLY! If it hadn't been for the earthquake, Amber Riggs would never have made love to a perfect stranger. And no doubt about it, fire inspector Dax McCall was perfect! Who else could have taught her the meaning of passion at a time like that? AND NOW THE AFTERSHOCK...... show more
THE EARTH MOVED...LITERALLY!
If it hadn't been for the earthquake, Amber Riggs would never have made love to a perfect stranger. And no doubt about it, fire inspector Dax McCall was perfect! Who else could have taught her the meaning of passion at a time like that?
AND NOW THE AFTERSHOCK...
Still, when Amber ran into him a year later she wasn't sure how he'd react. She hadn't meant to keep the news from Dax.... But he'd been out of town, and she'd been sort of relieved. After all, how do you tell the perfect man he has a perfect baby girl with a woman he doesn't know from Eve?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2001-09-30
Pages no: 219
Edition language: English
This was a pretty good book, Dax and Amber met in a very unconventional way, the result of which was a quick round of hot sex because they thought they were going to die, they did not. A year later they run into each other at the hospital and he finds out they have a 'souvenir' from their near death...
Amber Riggs is a horrible, horrible person.I got a good ways through this book and I want to punch myself in the face for putting myself through that. I was hoping she would redeem herself, but 60% of the way through, we hadn't had a single character development aside from pregnancy. And I don't rea...
3.5 stars Cute and refreshing to see a new plot from her. I could've done without the heavy sap at the end, but overall I really enjoyed this one.
Enjoyable story with a fun plot and such a loveable hero. I don't know how she could resist him so long. I always like it when the male pursues female. Realtor Amber is investigating an old house and when fire inspector Dax goes to check on her they are caught in an earthquake.
Really sweet. The H&h totally real. I understood why Amber was reluctant to trust Dax.