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Hungry for Touch by Angelita Gill
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May 18, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: contemporary, erotica
Read in May, 2012

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Reviewed by Shyla
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Ms Gil did a fabulous job of setting up strong characters swiftly and then bringing them together for an explosive response, both physical and mental. I really enjoyed Hungry for touch, and appreciated the authors explorations of topic with just enough depth to make it interesting and unique, without leaving me wanting more at the end. Something I think is the biggest challenge for the One Night Stand series.

Kimber was in a near fatal car accident years ago, and hasn’t been the same since. It’s as if a switch has been flipped off inside her, leaving her unable to make a true emotional or physical connection. Unable to orgasm or get past the first few dates she turns to the people of One Night Stand. If they can fix her issues, no one can.

At thirty-six Nate is a lifer in the military facing retirement. Jaded from all the things he’d seen and done his future is uncertain, and his mind is on overload. The only expectation he holds for the one Night stand service is welcome home sex with no strings attached. After an evening with Kimber however, one night doesn’t seem nearly enough.

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