Some Gingers Have All The Fun
The Setting: My Mom's Physician's waiting room
The Challenge: Can Emma stop fighting feelin' and fight for his love? Can Alex over come his fears like a big boy and start playing for keeps? Can I ignore the toothless old man making kissy noises at me? Next time on The Young and The Restless. lol
Disguised as a maid Emma takes a jaunt to the market virtue be damned and stumbles into A.Ridge's clutches . Alex falls in instant lust with the sassy mouth violet eyed chit. His determination to bed her doesn't diminish, upon discovering her true identity. Though he cares for Emma; great sex is all there can ever be between them since "all women are greedy bitches" (and he's not the one to mess with, etc etc). Due to nursing an unrealistic dream of taking over her fathers shipping business, Emma has no interest in being wooed. And so begins the chase; complete with matchmaking mommas, interfering society matrons, and vile plots afoot. At the center of which our couple stages a intricate dance of chemistry and propriety…advance and repeat.
- Dressing up as “the help” for kicks
- Rakes a-wooing
- Hints the paper cut out villain plot may be milked again in this series *yawn*.
- Naughty picnics
- Cat Burgling
- Indiana Jones Carriage stunts
- The threat of “ruin-ated” at every turn *dunh dunh dunh DUNH
- Under the table kung fu fighting
- This is Mz. Quinn’s first book, therefore the first brick laid in the empire of Awesome.
Liked the premise of this book but aspects of its execution were WEAK. Enjoyed it enough to continue riding the series/author out at my own leisurely pace. Beyond the hype, this book is fine for a fluffy, generic read and has more of a library rental/swap quality rather than a keeper for my personal bookshelf.