Delicious. That’d been the first word that came to mind when she’d seen him. The second had been a very loud no. No way was she going to get herself involved with a man like that. He was everything she swore she’d never go back to.
Josh has been hurt before. He doesn't want a new relationship and when he meets Shelly he has the distinct impression that she is a Man-Eater. His brain is telling him to stay away. Too bad the rest of him is not listening.
Josh is a good guy. How do I know, because he has a dog. He is a good friend and he can say the most wonderful things too.
“It’s stripping you bare, and I’m falling for you so hard that I can feel the scrapes on my knees as I’m brought to them. I understand you’re scared because I’m absolutely terrified, but I’m not going to hurt you or kick you when you’re down.”
Ella Frank has the formula for a great romance between people who don't like each other or are the complete opposites. This book works as much as Exquisite did. Smart dialogue, funny scenes and a very hot couple.
“Sandy over here is going to tell Danny that what they had over the summer really was true love.”
I can't wait to read Edible now.
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