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Kiss & Makeup (Do Not Disturb #3)

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Bartender Shandi Fossey is mixing cool cocktails temporarily at Hush--"the" hottest hotel in Manhattan. The place practically oozes sex...has sexual fantasy written all over it. For Shandi, it's a stopover on her way to finding her dreams. And a very long way from pulling beers at the Thirsty Rattler in tiny Round-Up, Oklahoma. So what's a girl to do when sexy Quentin Mark ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Harlequin Blaze
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It was a quick fun read, the hotel was a bit gimicky but not too much. Definitely erotica rather than romance, exactly what you'd expect. I don't particularly think the april/evan thing added much- I could definitely have lost that subplot.
Good book, esp. if you're looking for steamy (think porno in words). Too bad once the characters fell in love instead of lust that the author cut back on the sex and the descriptions. Still, if you're looking for a book that will get you in the mood, this is it!
I liked Shandi and Quentin. Their attraction felt real and together they were hot!

I didn't like the Evan and April side story. What was the point in that? The ending felt a bit rushed.
Lenore Kosinski
I don't know...sometimes I really enjoyed the characters, but most of the time I spent not really knowing what to make of them. It just felt like a strange relationship, and sometimes things were so contradictory. Not my fave...
I tried really hard to like this since I'd liked another story in this series. But this just dragged for me and felt endless. And not in a good way.
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I often read of or hear about authors who knew they were meant to tell stories from the time they left the crib. Me? I didn't decide what I wanted to be when I grew up until I was thirty years old - and then sold my first book at thirty-four. Still, it was obvious that I always knew I was going places.

Like so many other authors, I was a voracious reader from day one, devouring everything from Nanc
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