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The Morning After

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  37 ratings  ·  9 reviews

Ellora's cave publishing

Waking up naked in bed with a man’s arms holding you close wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing…except when that man is your soon-to-be-ex-husband.
Leslie has tried so hard to put Leo’s betrayal behind her—the ink was almost dry on the divorce papers. But when circumstances throw her in bed with her estranged husband one last explosive time, Leslie le...more
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Published January 12th 2010 by Ellora's Cave (first published 2010)
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Memorable Scenes:
- Against the bedroom door scene > don't think I need to elaborate on that
- On the stairs scene > I reserve the right to refer you to my above comment
- In the club chair scene > again I refer to my above comment (seeing a pattern yet? LOL)

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a separated, soon-to-be-ex-couple, drugged drinks, hazy memories, two very different views on a marriage, misunderstanding and ready assumptions, steamy hot passion,

Leo Stevenson is a succe...more
A quickie about a couple about to separate, that apparently change their mind - guess how?! - thanks to some good old-fashioned banging.

The heroes, Leslie and Leo, do have some good chemistry. Surprisingly it's not only the woman feeling insecure here due to some misunderstanding, but also the breath-taking, swoon-drool-take-my-pants-off-with-no-regrets-worthy male lead. There are some good moments between them, but overall it's just what it is, a quickie.

No offense but it didn't really fill me...more
This short story really surprised me because I usually avoid Quickies from Jasmine Jade. However, Ms. Coi's story was very well done. The characters are well-developed and so is the story line. I was not left wondering what was left out - I was only sorry it ended.
Hot, emotional, sweet, HEA story!
Dec 14, 2011 Amy rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2read2

This was a smokin' hot Quickie! The husband and wife had incredible chemistry and the storyline was well developed given it's length. I didn't want it to end!
Just loved Leslie and Leo!!!!
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J.K. Coi is a multi-published, award winning author of contemporary and paranormal romance and urban fantasy. She makes her home in Ontario, Canada, with her husband and son and a feisty black cat who is the uncontested head of the household. While she spends her days immersed in the litigious world of insurance law, she is very happy to spend her nights writing dark and sexy characters who leap o...more
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