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Hunk for the Holidays by Katie Lane
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Jul 16, 2012

really liked it
Read on September 24, 2012

When Cassie McPherson books a male escort for the evening of her company Christmas dance, she is delighted with the lean good looks of James, the latest in a long line of escorts. It’s not that Cassie can’t get a date of her own, but she’s been hurt before, and hiring an escort means that her heart doesn’t get involved. However, she is unprepared for the effect that the handsome James will have on her head, and heart.

What then follows is a delightfully romantic story of love found, love lost and love regained, all set against the cut throat world of the Denver construction world. Katie Lane knows how to write a good story, her characters are all believable, and even though you sort of know where the story is going from the beginning, it doesn’t detract from the reading pleasure. The “will they, won’t they” aspect, of James and Katie’s relationship forms the basis of the novel, and the twists and turns in the plot help to make this an easy to enjoy romantic novel.

My thanks to NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing (Forever) for an ecopy to review in advance of Publication.

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