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Mouth to Mouth by Erin McCarthy
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Oct 17, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: humorous, betrayal, bad-boys, cop-police-officer-detective, fiesty-heroine, no-strings-attached, states-ohio, own-kindle
Read from March 13 to 16, 2012

Russ Evans is a love em and leave em Cop, who although would never seek commitment with another woman, finds himself hunting down a con artist who seesks out dumpy women, has them fall in love, and than takes there money and runs. Currently Russ is staking out what looks to be his next victim, Laurel Wilkins. Something is not adding up though because the beauty through his binoculars is far from the women he chases, believing she is an accomplice, Russ just needs a closer look before deciding how to deal with it.

Laurel can't believe that Russ has finally showed up for their date and he is as unbelievably gorgeous as she thought. Wanting a romp with no commitments as she sorts out what she wants in life, she can't wait to take the night further. As she reaches out for Russ though, he acts like he doesn't know who she is and when he tells her that someone used his identity to get close to her, she is frustrated trying to come up with another plan but not appreciating his tone she tells him what she is really looking for SEX...

This is a fun fun book, Laurel is hearing impaired which only adds more excitement to the story. Russ can't stop thinking about Laurel, especially after she states her needs and even asks if he would be up to the task. Highly creative and thoroughly entertaining.
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MelissaB I enjoyed this one too - and the fat cat that he tried to exercise!


Emily MelissaB wrote: "I enjoyed this one too - and the fat cat that he tried to exercise!"

The fat cat was really funny with it's eating disorder, I actually was telling someone about that part of the book because it made me laugh so much.


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