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  • Posted January 11, 2011

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    The headlines were only the beginning......

    Myra Lyn Kelly has written the "perfect" romance with Front Page Affair. Nate Evans had a secret, one he didn't not want the press to get ahold of. So he needed a diversion and who better than a woman from his past, Payton Liss, a woman he felt he could trust because years ago they had been friends. Payton couldn't believe her eyes, Nate Evans was just as handsome as ever and she'd always wondered why he and her brother had argued and Nate had abruptly disappeared from her life. His father taught at her school and she had always respected Mr. Evans and now Nate was attending the same wedding as she and he had a proposition for her, he needed her to pose as his girlfriend. It couldn't come at a better time because she had a lot she wanted to do with her life since her father's death and her break-up with Clint her fiance. Payton had always lived for her father and family. Now she was living and working where she wanted; not at the family business. Nate knew she would help him because she always did the right thing. She was a "good girl". She was also someone who would know the score..he didn't do love and forever and he would make sure Payton understood that fact. She felt that after all of these years, she could handle her attraction for him, she'd done that for half of her life or could she? There had been untrue gossip as to why Payton didn't marry Clint and she was tired of it. So Nate convinced her if she would play along with him, giving people the impression they were having an affair, it would change the gossip and not have people feel sorry for her. All she wanted was her independence and then he kissed her and everything flew out the window. Her sanity, all of it because the kiss was all consuming and she wasn't prepared for it! From that moment on, I knew this entire "fake" affair would end on a bad note, especially for Payton but what about Nate? Well one thing was for sure, he hadn't counted on the kiss being so sensual and he couldn't remember ever wanting a woman more and definitely he wanted her in his bed. The passion roared between them and their little charade turned into an evening of passion in a hotel suite where the wedding they attended had taken place. There was no going back even though Nate tried to be cautious. This was real, it wasn't a charade, it was crazy! He wondered if she only wanted him because he was a dangerous bad boy. But Payton knew that Nate also knew her for who she was when no one else ever thought to look. He was the only one. However, he knew she would want the white pickett fence, the whole marriage bit and he wanted to stop their love-making, making sure she understood, no relationship and no forever as in marriage. She represented a complication. As much as he wanted her friendship and company, he didn't want to hurt her. They were so comfortable together and yes they both "got" each other. However, one afternoon he lost control and forgot protection until he realized it and remedied the situation. Every step of the way he fought their relationship and I wondered why because he was so close to his father. And then Nate revealed that his mother walked out when he was a small child, so it made sense he had trust issues when it came to women. They'd spent a month together and then the light bulb went on. Had Payton started her period? The rest of the review Mrilyn's Romance Reviews blogspot

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