You Sexy Thing!
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You Sexy Thing!

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Hunky sex therapist Dylan Fairbanks is looking forward to his upcoming book tour--until he learns he's been paired up with his rival, gorgeous Grace Mattias. The woman is too outrageous, too uninhibited...and way too sexy! Dylan can't seem to focus on anything but getting Grace into his bed. And she isn't playing hard to get....

Grace Mattias can't remember when she's enjoy...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Harlequin Blaze
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Christy
Two sex therapists on a book tour together end up having a great time between the sheets. Their different views of what comprises a healthy relationship, however, seemingly makes it impossible for them to have more than a brief fling.

This lively story (which also contains good smut) does a nice job providing two characters who have issues, but have pursued successful lives and developed life theories they think provide the answers to their problems. It isn't until meet each other, that each ques...more
Netanella
Cute story about two sex therapists, representing opposite philosophies, whose book tours are synchronized by their assistants after sparks fly during a radio talk show interview. Dr. Dylan is the repressed therapist who believes in monogamy, is a practicing celibate, and wears a double-locking belt. Gracie Mathias is the outwardly open therapist who preaches about sexual safaris. Their initial encounter, and the subsequent ones, kept the book steamy enough for a Blaze title. I enjoyed this one...more
Angelie
it's cute (especially the parents of Dylan and Gracie ♥ :)and definitely hot. hehe :)
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It was something really cute (sorry for describing a book as cute) with heroes that seemed human because they had so many flaws. This mostly reffers to their parents. But it was fun to read and absolutely something you want to put in your next-romance-to-read list...
Barks & Bites
Updating my "read" books. I reviewed this for All About Romance years ago. The review is archived HERE
Terri Pray
Fast, well written, enjoyable read.
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