|Price Of A Kiss
Resist the hunky gigolo, Reese. Resist!
Mason Lowe had had a tough last few years. He wishes for woman to see him like something more than a stud. When he meets sweet Reese he tries to stay away, but she won't take no for an answer. At some point he may need to decide between his job that pays the bills or the girl that he wants. How will he decide?
I love this book. The heroine was funny, smart and sweet. Lately most of the books have the heroine broken from a past experience and barely surviving. This is NOT the case for Reese Randall. She learned from the experience but it didn't define her. She didn't loose her sense of humor or her personality. I actually think she is one of my favorite heroines to date.
The chemistry between Reese and Mason is amazing. You can see them falling in love. I love their interaction, their bickering. They didn't hide their feelings for each other.
“Are you seriously going to walk out of here right now after I just confessed my soul to you, cool as a cucumber, without reciprocating at all?”
“What?” I sent him a blank look. Then I rolled my eyes and reached out to ruffle his amazing hair. “Mason Lowe, if you don’t know by now that I’m attracted as hell to you, you’re freaking blind.”
He stared at me a moment before muttering, “There. Was that so hard to admit?”
This book is a winner. I certainly will look for more books by Linda Kage.
The humor reminds me of KA's style.