Reader Review: I enjoyed this book, but I must admit I skipped over the filler parts (i.e. anything the heroine did) and went straight to the naughty parts. I'm not normally one who likes reading about infidelity, but the author did make it palatable because, as with most stories like this, the "other man" (meaning the guy who's not hero material) is weaker. Therefore, not worthy of love.
Desire doesn’t care how settled your life is.
Jenny Rohm thinks she has it all—a job she loves, an engagement to her high school sweetheart, a future bright with promise. Then she meets attorney Ashley Edwards and discovers desire doesn’t care how settled your life might be.
It starts with a single fantasy. His. Hers. One leads to two, two leads to three, three leads to more. Fantasizing about his wicked mouth or her sinful curves doesn’t satisfy either of them for long, though. The more she gets to know him, the harder Jenny finds it to deny the truths Ashley insists on exposing.
The question remains. Is it worth risking everything she has to quench the cravings? Not even Ashley can answer to that. When it comes to what she wants, only Jenny can make the choice.
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|Title of eBook: Craving Kismet|
|Release Date: 09-18-2007|
|Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.|
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Chapter OneJenny glanced over his shoulder at the crowd of black suits and glittering gowns. She had no idea where Bryan had taken himself off to, though she hoped for his sake that whatever Mr. Portman wanted would work out in the long run. Chatting with a young, flirtatious lawyer probably wasn't what Bryan had had in mind about her mingling, but Jenny didn't see the harm in indulging herself. After all, Ashley Edwards might be key in whatever TDC was doing. Being nice to him could both help Bryan and give her a little pleasant distraction at the same time.
"With promises I'll get in trouble for revealing." She shifted her attention back to Ashley. "But, hey. At least it's an excuse for everyone to dress up. There is absolutely nothing wrong about a room full of men in tuxes."
His eyes sparkled. "I have to say, I support any excuse that allows you to dress up. That dress looks like it was made for you."
This time, there was no mistaking the appreciation in his gaze. A slow burn crept up the back of Jenny's neck, a smile curving her mouth as they studied each other. It wasn't like men didn't flirt with her; every time a male customer came into the garage, she was the target of their newfound affections. She joked with Otto all the time about being the bait to lure in the new clients, but it wasn't that far from the truth. Jenny was used to men finding her attractive.
She wasn't so used to responding to their advances as strongly as she was to Ashley, though. She didn't just hear his appreciation. She felt it with every inch of her now flaming skin.
"You're the first person to mention my dress," Jenny replied. "I was beginn...
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I enjoyed this book, but I must admit I skipped ov
October 17, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Scottsdale, AZ US
I enjoyed this book, but I must admit I skipped over the filler parts (i.e. anything the heroine did) and went straight to the naughty parts. I'm not normally one who likes reading about infidelity, but the author did make it palatable because, as with most stories like this, the "other man" (meaning the guy who's not hero material) is weaker. Therefore, not worthy of love.
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