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Instant Attraction by Jill Shalvis
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Jul 10, 2009

really liked it

Katie Kramer is the sole survivor of the tragic collapse of the Santa Monica Bridge trying to learn to live her life “balls out.” Her first adventure lands her in the beautiful Sierras in Wishful, CA working for Wilder Adventures as an office temp.

Cameron Wilder was a professional athlete until an accident that cost him his profession. He has been on a year-long trek across the world, trying to figure out how to put his life back together. He's lost it all - his lavish lifestyle, his endorsements, and all that goes with being a professional athlete. He returns to the family business – Wilder Adventures, in Wishful, CA, only to find Katie in his cabin...and in his bed.

These two are instantly attracted to each other, but dance around it beautifully. The banter between hero and heroine is superb…and hot! When they both finally given in, it gets even better.

Though they are strongly attracted to each other, they each have their own issues to overcome. The story of how they do that individually, as well as how they help each other thru the difficulty of overcoming, is absolutely fantastic. It’s heartbreaking, it’s funny, it’s anxious…..this story covers it all.

Great read!

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Jill Shalvis
“Why, so you can charm my panties off again?”
Jill Shalvis, Instant Attraction
tags: humor

Reading Progress

July 10, 2009 – Shelved
Started Reading
July 25, 2009 –
page 240
July 25, 2009 – Finished Reading

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southpaw285 I loved this book! My favorite quote....

(Katie speaking) "Why, so you can charm my panties off again?"

Absolutely hilarious.

Dina Nice review, southpaw! This one looks like fun. :)

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Great review!

southpaw285 Thank you Dina and Eyre.

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