The Sweetest Tattoo
Her twin was a dead man.Tattoo artist Kelsie Cole cannot believe her brother would give his best friend use of his cabin the same week he promised it to her. She had been butting heads with straight-laced John McBride since they were kids.John McBride only takes one week of vacation a year, and... show more
Her twin was a dead man.Tattoo artist Kelsie Cole cannot believe her brother would give his best friend use of his cabin the same week he promised it to her. She had been butting heads with straight-laced John McBride since they were kids.John McBride only takes one week of vacation a year, and there isn’t any way he’s driving down a mountain back to Raleigh just because Kelsie Cole is already standing on the porch staking her claim when he arrives.The cabin has two rooms, and they are adults. They can share a space for seven days. It’s not like they’re attracted to each other or anything, right? Kelsie grits her teeth, but assures herself she can handle it.
Publish date: August 4th 2008
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Pages no: 73
Edition language: English
Series: Cabin Fever (#1)
Name: John McBrideHot Body? Check.Rich? Check.Piercing blue eyes? Check.Business savvy? Check.Sweetness level: 99999999999John carried this whole book. I did not care for the sex scenes so much. Hell, it took me a long time to get that over with (must've been desensitized since I liked A Younger Man...
Second read on 11/4/12. Nobody does relationship novels with smoking hot sex like Cameron Dane. She is a comfort read for me and I enjoy her work overland over again.
I liked it, but it was nothing special. Boy loves a girl for 15 years, the girl doesn't notice him, because they always argue and fight than he makes a move and they live happily ever after.
Great characters! One thing I loved was feeling the shift from “having sex” to “making love” – in both this book and the sequel, the author is brilliant at showing us that evolution.But as another reviewer mentioned, there's an odd mix of writing styles. Some of the dialogue is normal conversation, ...
I really liked the characters in this one but the way the author wrote the sex scenes was off putting. Not what happen but the terms and details of anatomy. Splitting is not a word I like in bed lol.