Business exec Joshua Falcon is used to getting his way in the boardroom—and in the bedroom. And when he meets gorgeous Jessie Adams at a party, he wants her. Now. Naked in his four-poster. Together the two of them could have a hot sexual affair—with no commitments.That suits Jessie to a T. Long... show more
Business exec Joshua Falcon is used to getting his way in the boardroom—and in the bedroom. And when he meets gorgeous Jessie Adams at a party, he wants her. Now. Naked in his four-poster. Together the two of them could have a hot sexual affair—with no commitments.That suits Jessie to a T. Long nights of incredible sex. No ties. All she wants is a baby by the man she's always secretly hungered for...and then she's moving on. Except Jessie and Joshua share a surprising past. One that's about to take them where they never ever expected to go...
Publish date: August 1st 2002
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
This is the second Harlequin I've read by Cherry Adair. I really liked the first, so I gave this one a shot. The plot is alone is very Harlequin, but I was impressed by the characters. There were times I didn't like Joshua, but his story made perfect sense with his personality. Jessie was great....
Only in Harlequin´s World. =) Seven years ago Joshua and Jessie married to save his share in his company, now she wants to collect on his promise to be there for her when she ever wanted/needed anything. The thing is, she wants a baby, and when they meet again for the first time in years, he doesn´t...
This was a great novel. The girl get the good guy and he makes everything right. Not to much sex and the sex scenes were mostly clean.
3.5 stars. I’m not much a “Blaze” reader, but this one was pretty much like a Harlequin Presents with a whole lot more sex; the sophisticated, sexually aggressive heroine is even a virgin. Ah, good old Harlequin.Seven years previously, a young, lonely, Jessie quickly married a stranger, to help him ...
OK, so it had some believability issues. But I enjoyed it in spite of them. It is set in romancelandia after all.
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