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message 1: by Laura (last edited Jun 18, 2012 05:26AM) (new)

Laura Breck | 1 comments Hi - I'm looking for reviews for my long, spicy contemporary romance. I have Kindle/mobi, ePub, and PDF versions. Let me know if you'd like to read it! Laura@LauraBreck.com

A Seduction as Overpowering as a Hurricane

When her twin sister dies, Bree Prentis moves from Seattle to Miami to inherit a shadowy business, an upscale house, and her sister’s sexy Cuban business partner and housemate, Sixto Doria. She adjusts to the vivid culture of Miami, but constantly bumping into Sixto is straining her hands-off vow. Bree is looking for a man to give her a happily ever after, and Sixto has sworn off relationships. He knows it’s wrong to want her, but she makes him forget why he's not right for her, makes him crave her natural honesty and wholesome beauty.

When he teaches her to dance the Salsa Cubana, then suggests she spend the night in his bed, Bree is shocked—and tempted. In the midst of a hurricane, Bree surrenders to her reckless desire and makes love with Sixto. Could Bree be the one Sixto's been waiting for? If she finds out he’s hiding a nasty truth from her—their company is a façade for a semi-legal business—she will shut it down, and Sixto will lose the income his family depends on. And more frightening for Sixto, he would lose Bree.

When she researches their company’s outrageous revenue, she sees a pattern of untruths leading back to Sixto. The word ‘love’ enters their relationship, and she prays his duplicity is all a misunderstanding, and his seduction is not merely a distraction to keep her from discovering the truth.


message 2: by Denyse, Not Active Moderator (new)

Denyse Cohen (DenyseCohen) | 37 comments Mod
I'll swap with you, Laura. Mine is a contemporary romance as well. ysebarros@gmail.com. I prefer a mobi file. Thanks.


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