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Slow Hands by Leslie Kelly
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Jul 06, 2011

it was amazing
Read in June, 2011

“Slow Hands” by Leslie Kelly

I haven’t read a romance for quite some time and I’d forgotten how much I could simply enjoy a book. Getting lost between the pages of an old-fashioned love story is probably one of the most enjoyable things in life.
“Slow Hands” is the ultimate love story. Mistakes were made from the very beginning: false assurances were formed, artificial feelings were uttered and counterfeit assumptions were tossed around and believed like they were gospel. All of it leading to deep, heart-wrenching torment, wounded pride, anger and most important of all, incredibly hot, steamy sex!
Jake Wallace and Madeline “Maddy” Turner are a force to be reckoned with. Jake, an extremely masculine paramedic who spends his days saving lives and his nights making Maddy tremendously elated she’s a woman. Maddy, a bank executive with enough money to never want for anything, but love, keeps herself surrounded with huge, impenetrable walls that no man could possibly scale. She quickly finds her heart in a free-fall for the man she swore would never come even close to being anymore than a paid escort for a period of thirty days.
So the dance begins: can Jake keep himself at bay until Maddy makes their intimacy decisions or will he lose his resolve and take her when the urge becomes too strong? Will Maddy be able to have sex without strings, nothing but an itch being scratched without needing forever? Watching these two work out their relationship from Maddy’s fear of forever and Jake’s unwillingness to settle for “just sex”, is very exciting and more than a little spicy. If you like romance, you’ll love Kelly’s “Slow Hands”.

Reviewed by Terri Ann Armstrong, author of “Morning Menace” and “Medieval Menace”, www.freewebs.com/tarmstrong

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