The Kissed Series kicks off in the snow! Brrrr. And then things heat up quickly!
Reed Hamilton, a home restoration expert, is more comfortable in her steel-toed boots than teetering on heels at a shopping mall. She usually kills her relationships from neglect, so she’s taken herself off the market. An unexpected assignment to evaluate a potential project in upstate New York has Reed leaving the Victorian she’s working on to meet with the client. A client she discovers spooning her from behind when she wakes up in his bed! Reed finds Mason charming, and tempting. So why not take advantage of all that HOTNESS he has going on?
An early snowstorm dumps an irresistible woman at the Mason Tate’s door. As beautiful and enticing as he finds her, career-focused Mason doesn’t do entanglements of any type. So, he proposed that while snow falls outside, they make their own heat inside, then go their separate ways with many pleasurable memories of their time together. No emotions allowed.
They both agreed. They’d be like two snowplows meeting in the night. At least that was the plan. Until that kiss.
Is it a Series?
Yes, it’s part of The Kissed series.
Is it Easy to Read?
Karen’s Magic Blog
I haven’t read any books by Lizabeth Scott before but, am part of her newsletter. She is on my facebook profile and we have spoken a couple of times. I knew she wrote romance and never quite got around to reading one of her books.
When her newsletter came out, she did something in error and by way of an apology, which probably wasn’t necessary as it wasn’t a big deal, she gave away copies of her new book. So I was pleased and immediately downloaded it.
Two things I hadn’t realised about it, 1. This book contained erotica and 2. It was part of a series. I am selective with erotica. I don’t write it but, will just occasionally read it. Often though that is the story and they lack plot.
Her male hero was dashing, confident and good looking, everything you would expect. Her female lead was likable, despite the odd name, and that’s explained in the story. She was sassy and petite, in fact, both of them were quite stereotypical. But that isn’t a bad thing as long as it is written well and the characters are fully formed.
These characters are exactly that. It’s not a long read and if you like romance and erotica, then this is great series to start on. I haven’t read any of the others, but if they are up to this standard and all standalone, as I guess they are, then go ahead, you’re in for a good read.
An enjoyable book.