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Revisit New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis’s steamy tale about breaking all the rules… Rule # 1—No blind dates. Having suffered through one too many, there’s no way Samantha O’Ryan will agree to a blind date. Until her best friend needs a favor, that is. Enter Jack Knight. If she’d known how hot he is, she never would have protested. Rule # 2—No kissing on Revisit New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis’s steamy tale about breaking all the rules… Rule # 1—No blind dates. Having suffered through one too many, there’s no way Samantha O’Ryan will agree to a blind date. Until her best friend needs a favor, that is. Enter Jack Knight. If she’d known how hot he is, she never would have protested. Rule # 2—No kissing on the first date. Sam can’t resist Jack. And before the night is over, she wants to do a lot more than just kiss him. For someone like Sam, who runs from all commitment, that fact should be enough to make her refuse the second date. It’s not. Rule # 3—No falling in love. Sam is determined to keep this fling on sizzle with no strings attached. But Jack starts hinting about something more, and suddenly she’s being seduced in the most tempting way… Originally published in 2004


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Revisit New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis’s steamy tale about breaking all the rules… Rule # 1—No blind dates. Having suffered through one too many, there’s no way Samantha O’Ryan will agree to a blind date. Until her best friend needs a favor, that is. Enter Jack Knight. If she’d known how hot he is, she never would have protested. Rule # 2—No kissing on Revisit New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis’s steamy tale about breaking all the rules… Rule # 1—No blind dates. Having suffered through one too many, there’s no way Samantha O’Ryan will agree to a blind date. Until her best friend needs a favor, that is. Enter Jack Knight. If she’d known how hot he is, she never would have protested. Rule # 2—No kissing on the first date. Sam can’t resist Jack. And before the night is over, she wants to do a lot more than just kiss him. For someone like Sam, who runs from all commitment, that fact should be enough to make her refuse the second date. It’s not. Rule # 3—No falling in love. Sam is determined to keep this fling on sizzle with no strings attached. But Jack starts hinting about something more, and suddenly she’s being seduced in the most tempting way… Originally published in 2004

30 review for Seduce Me: A Blind Date Romance (Heat)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alejandra

    Esta historia no tiene ni pies ni cabeza. ¡Qué libro más malo, por favor!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jenny E

    It's hard to rate these little Harlequin stories more than 2 or 3 stars, to be honest. They are so short and superficial, but this was definitely a good one and I gave it 4 stars just because I ADORED the hero Jack - YUMM-Oooo!!! It's hard to rate these little Harlequin stories more than 2 or 3 stars, to be honest. They are so short and superficial, but this was definitely a good one and I gave it 4 stars just because I ADORED the hero Jack - YUMM-Oooo!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰

    I have had this book sitting on my kindle at least 5 years (since it is that long since I put any books on the old kindle) and it is nothing to do with the book that I haven't read it yet, it is the fact I started a blog about, oooh, 5 years ago and everything has just fallen behind! Seduce Me is a cute, sweet, tender short read that I read in one afternoon. I adore Sam and Jack (though it was hard to think of him sexily, as there is a 16 year old Jack Knight that I work with lol). I loved their b I have had this book sitting on my kindle at least 5 years (since it is that long since I put any books on the old kindle) and it is nothing to do with the book that I haven't read it yet, it is the fact I started a blog about, oooh, 5 years ago and everything has just fallen behind! Seduce Me is a cute, sweet, tender short read that I read in one afternoon. I adore Sam and Jack (though it was hard to think of him sexily, as there is a 16 year old Jack Knight that I work with lol). I loved their banter, I adored them finding something more with each other. It is hard with these little short stories, as they can seem very rushed, however this one did not feel too bad. They didn't jump right into bed, they weren't whispering I love you's by chapter 2. I liked the story, I like the characters and the story line.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Romanticamente Fantasy

    3.0 - Voto Oggi vi parlo di Vittoria in campo di Jill Shalvis, un libro perfetto per una lettura veloce, poco impegnativa, ma assolutamente valido grazie allo stile fresco e ironico con cui l’autrice narra la storia, che risulta da subito piacevole e accattivante, distanziandosi dai tradizionali stereotipi che abitualmente contraddistinguono questo genere di letture. Sam O’Ryan, la protagonista femminile, è una donna indipendente che vive per il suo locale sulla spiaggia, faticosamente rilevato da 3.0 - Voto Oggi vi parlo di Vittoria in campo di Jill Shalvis, un libro perfetto per una lettura veloce, poco impegnativa, ma assolutamente valido grazie allo stile fresco e ironico con cui l’autrice narra la storia, che risulta da subito piacevole e accattivante, distanziandosi dai tradizionali stereotipi che abitualmente contraddistinguono questo genere di letture. Sam O’Ryan, la protagonista femminile, è una donna indipendente che vive per il suo locale sulla spiaggia, faticosamente rilevato dallo zio e di cui va molto fiera, e per il surf, la sua passione. Il locale è semplice ma molto frequentato grazie alle abilità culinarie della proprietaria, che trascorre le sue giornate destreggiandosi tra panini golosi fatti con le sue mani, spiaggia e mare. È una donna molto bella che predilige la semplicità e la concretezza. La conosciamo grazie a un breve resoconto del suo vissuto nel momento in cui la sua migliore amica da una vita, Lorissa, la convince a uscire con un amico del suo attuale fidanzato. A Sam la cosa interessa davvero pochissimo, al punto da farsi trascinare fuori dalle onde, abbandonando la tavola da surf, dalla sua impaziente amica quando il ‘suo appuntamento al buio’ la sta già aspettando nel suo locale, chiuso per la sera. In pochi minuti Sam, sollecitata da Lorissa, si mette in ghingheri quanto basta per accompagnare il misterioso uomo a una serata molto elegante. Le cose si fanno interessanti quando l’uomo inizia a bussare alla porta del bagno della ragazza per invitarla ad accelerare i tempi. L’ampio petto su cui lei, poi, posa lo sguardo non appena apre la porta, incontra decisamente il suo favore e sfata le sue più cupe aspettative su parrucchini, alito all’aroma di aglio e pancione prominenti. No, quest’uomo dall’aspetto granitico, promette molto bene, ma Sam continua a ignorare chi possa essere… Lui parve scioccato dal fatto che la sua dama non sapesse chi fosse. «Jack Knight» si presentò con voce roca. Okay, niente male come nome. A dire il vero, le suonava alquanto familiare… «Sam O’Ryan.» «Sì, lo so. Piacere di conoscerti.» Indossava uno smoking abbinato a un’aria imbronciata, ma con suo sollievo non era brutto e nemmeno grasso. Lorissa aveva ragione: era proprio uno schianto. Capelli scuri e occhi ancora più scuri, bocca ampia e sensuale che in quel momento non sorrideva, anche se dava l’impressione di avere un buon potenziale, e mascella volitiva, il tutto sopra a un corpo lungo, magro, forte… davvero una bella combinazione, niente da dire. Jack porta con sé il nefasto soprannome di “scandalo” grazie ai suoi vivaci trascorsi, per usare un eufemismo, e al contributo, in tal senso, che la stampa scandalistica ha dedicato alle sue avventure. Questa sera, però, cerca una compagna per presentarsi a un evento organizzato dalla sorella, Heater, per raccogliere fondi per i bambini meno fortunati. È determinato a risolvere la cosa nella maniera più limpida e impeccabile possibile, a beneficio della raccolta fondi ma soprattutto per incontrare l’approvazione della sorella che desidera compiacere. L’incontro con Sam è imprevisto e anche per lui si tratta di un appuntamento al buio. Non può che sorridere e rimanere affascinato da questo tipino tutto pepe che dopo qualche botta e risposta piccato, ma ironico, dichiara apertamente di aver avuto un numero sufficiente di appuntamenti nefasti per concedergli la sua approvazione in prima istanza. Jack è decisamente un personaggio noto e ancora braccato dalla stampa, anche se ha lasciato da un anno, a causa di un brutto infortunio, la sua squadra di NBA, i “San Diego Eels”. A causa di quel ginocchio ormai fuori uso, nonostante le numerose operazioni e i tentativi di riabilitazione, la sua carriera si è interrotta bruscamente. Jack ha dovuto abbandonare la squadra, decisione difficile e dura da digerire in un primo tempo, soprattutto perché l’evento è stato complesso e doloroso, a livello personale. Tuttavia nei mesi immediatamente successivi, la critica della stampa, e il mancato sostegno della sua squadra, lo hanno fatto riflettere e ora non sente più così tanto la mancanza del gioco. È un uomo che deve ricostruirsi un futuro e una credibilità, impresa non semplice se si è ancora sotto i riflettori di fotografi e giornalisti appostati in ogni dove, pronti a scattare l’immagine compromettente e sfruttare il suo nome per vendere più copie. Questo finché il pubblico dimostra ancora interesse verso la sua vita privata. Mi ha fatto molta tenerezza questa immagine di uomo che attende di essere dimenticato e scomparire per potersi dare una seconda chance. I soldi raccolti durante questa serata di beneficenza serviranno a finanziare un progetto per un centro ricreativo, cui lui si è offerto di dare sostegno, offrendosi di allenare i bambini e avvicinarli allo sport. È necessaria la sua presenza per attirare il maggior numero di finanziatori e contemporaneamente è indispensabile che tutto avvenga in maniera impeccabile senza scandali e, preferibilmente, senza dare ai giornali nuovi elementi su cui investire illazioni. Sam ha effettivamente compreso, durante la serata, chi sia il misterioso uomo che ha accanto e ne è affascinata, non per la fama quanto piuttosto per la sensazione di solidità e trasparenza che lui le trasmette. In poco tempo, la passione divampa e lei scopre, con ragionevole diletto, che il prestante ragazzone bacia divinamente: gli animi si infiammano. Ma non è solo Sam a essere rimasta folgorata dal suo ‘appuntamento al buio’… Lui posò la forchetta e le prese la mano. «Mi piacciono le donne che escono dalle onde e sono pronte per un appuntamento in due minuti.» «Ne ho viste, e tu?» «Sì.» Le sfiorò il palmo con il pollice. «Mi piacciono le donne che si lasciano portare dalla corrente, che entrano nell’erba bagnata per aiutarmi senza preoccuparsi delle scarpe. Mi piacciono le donne che non si scontrano con le sorelle dei ragazzi con cui sono uscite anche quando interferiscono e se lo meritano. E mi piacciono molto le ragazze disposte a fare nuove esperienze, come ballare davanti a varie centinaia di persone, anche se detestano farlo.» L’attrazione tra Jack e Sam è quasi istantanea e da subito li coinvolge in un gioco di appuntamenti, telefonate e momenti trascorsi a pensarsi reciprocamente. Tuttavia, entrambi non desiderano una relazione impegnativa e sono molto disincantati circa il grande amore. Nel corso delle pagine, però, i due iniziano ad avvicinarsi e cedono all’attrazione concedendosi momenti di intimità, che sorprende entrambi per la naturalezza con cui avviene. Ma c’è anche tutto il resto: la vita vera, fuori dal letto, e un insieme di avvenimenti e decisioni da prendere che obbligheranno entrambi a una riflessione intima e profonda. Questa coppia mi è piaciuta perché, nonostante la trama coinvolge il “solito campione sportivo”, ricchissimo, con una svolta della sua carriera, l’autrice gli affianca una ragazza semplice, che deve davvero guadagnarsi la vita e non si lascia minimamente incantare dalla prospettiva di una facile sistemazione con il riccone di turno. Sam è molto determinata e per nulla intimidita dalla fama del suo compagno, lo vede per ciò che è ora, per la persona che si nasconde dietro al campione e ne saprà condividere, e sostenere, i sogni e progetti per il futuro con fermezza ed empatia. Jack non è certamente preparato a incontrare una donna simile e rimane folgorato dalle sue molte qualità, come pure dal fatto di avvertire accanto la presenza di una compagna, una persona che gli è vicina sempre e comunque perché tiene a lui più che a tutto ciò che lo circonda. Lei è sincera e sa quello che vuole, ma soprattutto è la persona perfetta per un momento così decisivo della sua vita: una rottura, un cambiamento drastico, che è anche rinascita. Jill Shalvis ha saputo riunire tutto ciò in poche piacevoli pagine e di questo le va riconosciuto il merito. Io prediligo letture un pochino più impegnative e profonde, avrei gradito approfondire maggiormente alcuni aspetti dei loro caratteri, come pure una maggiore attenzione o cura nel descrivere situazioni ed emozioni. Consiglio Vittoria in campo a chi cerca un momento di pausa dalla quotidianità, una semplice evasione, e naturalmente a coloro che amano le storie d’amore legate al mondo dello sporto, in questo caso, il basket. La Min - per RFS

  5. 5 out of 5

    ...

    4.5, but I'm rounding up because I swooned all over myself with this book. I've read a looo-hot of Jill's books, and while I love her books, they do have a certain formula to them. And though this one had a small glimpse of that (commitment phobes), it was a FRESH read. The UST was outta this world. Sam was unique, fun, ballsy, and not in a fake way. I truly loved her character. And Jack? He had me at 6'6". (ok, so he was way more than height, and truthfully would give Brady a run for his money 4.5, but I'm rounding up because I swooned all over myself with this book. I've read a looo-hot of Jill's books, and while I love her books, they do have a certain formula to them. And though this one had a small glimpse of that (commitment phobes), it was a FRESH read. The UST was outta this world. Sam was unique, fun, ballsy, and not in a fake way. I truly loved her character. And Jack? He had me at 6'6". (ok, so he was way more than height, and truthfully would give Brady a run for his money in the swooniest Hero Jill's ever created). (also, what is it with her dumbest titled books being the best ones?!? See also: Animal Magnetism) This baby is going on the reread list.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I felt like I read this book in 2 seconds... Which is a bad thing. Seduce me is a story about a woman named Sam who works/lives about a small sandwich shop. Her friend sets her up on a blind date with a guy named Jack, who is ex NBA. They claim they hate relationships and only want sex. Of course that changes after they have their first date. Magical cure called meeting the right person. Crazy. Terrible book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    CL

    2.5* I am afraid to say that this was a very rare Jill Shalvis book that didn't make me feel anything. Not a thing, nada. It had all the ingredients of a straight-up, no frills short contemporary romance and I didn't not like anything about it ..... I just failed to engage with the characters and care about them. 2.5* I am afraid to say that this was a very rare Jill Shalvis book that didn't make me feel anything. Not a thing, nada. It had all the ingredients of a straight-up, no frills short contemporary romance and I didn't not like anything about it ..... I just failed to engage with the characters and care about them.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Fedora

    Three and a half stars. Fun read about two commitment resistant souls who stumble into someone worth committing to while on a blind date... Samantha "Sam" O'Ryan loves her life as owner of a little beachside cafe, where she can swim or surf as she pleases. She definitely doesn't have room in her life for a man, not even the gorgeous Jack Knight, a friend of her best friend's boyfriend. She's not convinced even when she learns that Jack is a retired NBA star. These two bruised souls discover a like- Three and a half stars. Fun read about two commitment resistant souls who stumble into someone worth committing to while on a blind date... Samantha "Sam" O'Ryan loves her life as owner of a little beachside cafe, where she can swim or surf as she pleases. She definitely doesn't have room in her life for a man, not even the gorgeous Jack Knight, a friend of her best friend's boyfriend. She's not convinced even when she learns that Jack is a retired NBA star. These two bruised souls discover a like-minded spirit in the other, and it's a joyful journey watching them get to where they're able to admit that it might be worth changing their stance on relationships for the other. Ms Shalvis is a great writer, and brings these two's feelings to light with ease and charm.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Desi

    Leído el 02/12/2011 Protagonistas: Jack Knight y Samantha O'Ryan Argumento: MERECÍA LA PENA ROMPER TODAS LAS REGLAS POR UN HOMBRE COMO ÉL… Regla número 1: Nada de citas a ciegas. Después de haberse enfrentado a muchas, Samantha O’Ryan no estaba dispuesta a volver a tener otra cita a ciegas... Hasta que su mejor amiga le pidió un favor y conoció a Jack Knight. Si hubiera sabido lo guapísimo que era, no habría protestado. Regla número 2: Nada de besos en la primera cita. El problema fue que, después de Leído el 02/12/2011 Protagonistas: Jack Knight y Samantha O'Ryan Argumento: MERECÍA LA PENA ROMPER TODAS LAS REGLAS POR UN HOMBRE COMO ÉL… Regla número 1: Nada de citas a ciegas. Después de haberse enfrentado a muchas, Samantha O’Ryan no estaba dispuesta a volver a tener otra cita a ciegas... Hasta que su mejor amiga le pidió un favor y conoció a Jack Knight. Si hubiera sabido lo guapísimo que era, no habría protestado. Regla número 2: Nada de besos en la primera cita. El problema fue que, después de una sola cita con Jack, Sam quería mucho más que besos, lo cual debería haber sido motivo suficiente para no tener una segunda cita. Pero no lo fue. Regla número 3: Nada de enamorarse. Sam había decidido tener un romance sin ataduras... hasta que Jack empezó a hablar de amor...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Linda Walters

    I liked both of the main characters and the humor that flowed between them. I'm not really a fan of basketball. Not real knowledgeable about it or surfing but I'm glad that really wasn't necessary. It was emotional because of both Sam and Jack's issues. But it was a fast read with me wondering how they were going to work things out. I liked both of the main characters and the humor that flowed between them. I'm not really a fan of basketball. Not real knowledgeable about it or surfing but I'm glad that really wasn't necessary. It was emotional because of both Sam and Jack's issues. But it was a fast read with me wondering how they were going to work things out.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    As usual, Jill Shalvis, wrote a fun filled book. Sam hates blind dates and when her friend sets her up with Jack, she is prepared for complete failure. Little did she know that this time, she had met the only man for her.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    ~* 3.5 Stars *~ Samantha O'Ryan lives life on her own terms. She surfs when she wants, owns her own beachfront sandwich place, and lives a simple and easy-to-maintain lifestyle above it. She dates casually when she wants, goes where she wants, buys what she wants. The only thing she can't do is bake brownies. And she's tried. Repeatedly. She doesn't do relationships - her choice. Losing her parents at a young age scarred her and she's never felt comfortable with commitment. The only two people sh ~* 3.5 Stars *~ Samantha O'Ryan lives life on her own terms. She surfs when she wants, owns her own beachfront sandwich place, and lives a simple and easy-to-maintain lifestyle above it. She dates casually when she wants, goes where she wants, buys what she wants. The only thing she can't do is bake brownies. And she's tried. Repeatedly. She doesn't do relationships - her choice. Losing her parents at a young age scarred her and she's never felt comfortable with commitment. The only two people she's close to is the uncle who raised her as best he could and the best friend she's had all her life. She'd do anything for either of them. That's the only reason she ends up agreeing to a blind date even though her best friend Lorissa has set her up for some real doozies. There was begging. And pouting. And puppy dog eyes. She caved. When Jack Knight knocked on her door, though, it appeared her blind date luck had significantly improved. Jack "Scandal" Knight retired from a highly successful basketball career after a crippling knee injury a year ago. Surgery gave him back the ability to walk, but years as the media's bad boy had him shunning the spotlight since then. Only a dedication to his sister and a desire to help her cause to aid underprivileged children caused him to need a date to a fundraiser. He didn't have high expectations for the blind date...or any, really. By the end of the night, though, he was smitten with the free spirited Sam. He knew he was in real trouble when her intention of keeping things casual bothered him in ways it never had before. Convincing the gun shy woman that he wanted to be in this for the long haul could prove more debilitating to his heart than a career in the NBA ever was to his body. This light contemporary romance has all the earmarkings of a traditional Jill Shalvis novel: likable characters in realistic situations overcoming personal issues on their bumpy road to love. It lacked a little of the depth and complexity of some of her longer books, as one would expect, and I would have enjoyed a little more depth in both the characters and the plot, but Seduce Me does very well for itself as a Harlequin Temptation book. I had a hard time warming up to Sam, though. I don't know if it was just that I had difficulty relating to the surfer girl who wears her bikini under everything from the ballroom to the bedroom and dumps any guy who she gets close enough to sleep with, or if I thought her character definition wasn't enough of an explanation for her personality, but something just didn't quite click with me in relation to her character. There were moments I liked her a lot, especially when she was helping out with the kids, but other times she left me cold. Jack, on the other hand, was the total pleasure package. He was an endearing charmer, especially when he was trying to learn to surf or calling Sam every day just to talk. There isn't much in the way of groundbreaking fiction here, but it's a sweet, endearing romance that developed nicely over the course of the book. The characters were sufficiently developed and I appreciated the scenes where they were apart and dealing with secondary and ancillary characters, as it gave me a good glimpse of them outside of the parameters of the romance plotline. There were nice touches, like the daily phone calls and the dunking booth, that really made me smile, and I was pleasantly surprised that the affection between the characters was solidly based on genuine friendship and mutual admiration as opposed to simple lust. All in all a nice, pleasant, feel-good read without much in the way of surprises or serious conflict. ~*~*~*~ Reviewed for One Good Book Deserves Another.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Drake

    Good story that kept you reading! Love Shalvis so, not surprised that this one was just as appealing to me as her others. Jack was AMAZING, right from the start! Sam, the wounded bird, with her inability to commit in any relationship, was identifiable. The banter between the two, leading up to their ultimate love making was very good but, the only thing I disliked was that the tragedy of losing her business/home to the fire caused them to unite. I would have liked it to be a little less "make me Good story that kept you reading! Love Shalvis so, not surprised that this one was just as appealing to me as her others. Jack was AMAZING, right from the start! Sam, the wounded bird, with her inability to commit in any relationship, was identifiable. The banter between the two, leading up to their ultimate love making was very good but, the only thing I disliked was that the tragedy of losing her business/home to the fire caused them to unite. I would have liked it to be a little less "make me forget the pain, Jack." But, I read this with chuckles here and there and the feeling of giddiness that I usually get from Shalvis' stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cathiecaffey

    I so miss the Temptation books! Jill Shalvis is a wonderful author that I have read many of her Temptations and other books of hers! This book may be available now in ebook, and its fun to go back to reading the earlier books of hers! I would end up recommending all of hers so check any out! This one is such a sensual story about two who really belong together. I won't repeat what the story is about, but you will end up feeling for each of them and watching their relationship and love grow even I so miss the Temptation books! Jill Shalvis is a wonderful author that I have read many of her Temptations and other books of hers! This book may be available now in ebook, and its fun to go back to reading the earlier books of hers! I would end up recommending all of hers so check any out! This one is such a sensual story about two who really belong together. I won't repeat what the story is about, but you will end up feeling for each of them and watching their relationship and love grow even though they fight it to the end. Jill Shalvis' writing has a way to pull you into the story that you will feel the empathy of the characters. Every book she's written has been on my keepers shelf.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    Sam is a people-let-you-down sort of person. She's had a hard life and all she wants is to run her cafe and surf. Jack is an all-the-world-is-full-of-users sort of person. The fun part about these two is that they seem so willing to have fun. Sam is down for whatever and Jack just wants to stay out of the media's eye. They dated. So many books skip the dating part and it was nice to see them get to know each other and flirt. I've read this book before but I didn't know it till I started reading Sam is a people-let-you-down sort of person. She's had a hard life and all she wants is to run her cafe and surf. Jack is an all-the-world-is-full-of-users sort of person. The fun part about these two is that they seem so willing to have fun. Sam is down for whatever and Jack just wants to stay out of the media's eye. They dated. So many books skip the dating part and it was nice to see them get to know each other and flirt. I've read this book before but I didn't know it till I started reading it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    All I can say for this one is adorable. It was a short and quick read, and really hit the spot. I've read a few of Shalvis's older books, and I absolutely love her humor. There are always times I find myself grinning or even laughing at the characters, really bringing me into the story more. I don't have much to say about this other than that it was great and just encourages me to get more of Shalvis's backlist! All I can say for this one is adorable. It was a short and quick read, and really hit the spot. I've read a few of Shalvis's older books, and I absolutely love her humor. There are always times I find myself grinning or even laughing at the characters, really bringing me into the story more. I don't have much to say about this other than that it was great and just encourages me to get more of Shalvis's backlist!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marlana

    Even though this book was short and a quick read it was still hot and cute. Jack from the beginning was dreamy as ever! Sam also had her moments thank god she took the chance on Jack. I would have loved for the story to be longer, but all in all it was def another winner from Jill Shalvis.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    This was read as a "Mental Mind Break" from all the doom and gloom I've been reading lately. Easy read with likable characters...him more-so than her. Steamy scenes and intense attraction. Not too bad..for fluff! This was read as a "Mental Mind Break" from all the doom and gloom I've been reading lately. Easy read with likable characters...him more-so than her. Steamy scenes and intense attraction. Not too bad..for fluff!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rochelle

    It was okay - two "commitment-phobes" want more than just a fling. It was okay - two "commitment-phobes" want more than just a fling.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Risbee

    I have all the smiles. It was cute and hot and sweet and the little bit of angst was just enough and just yay! **grins**

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shei Belikov

    3.5 ★

  22. 5 out of 5

    JezabelWeasley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julie Dempsey

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Watson Duffy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Fries Grube

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sakshi

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michele Shughart

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

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