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  • Posted November 5, 2010

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    a heated entertaining tale

    Lawyer Kendall Banks' prime rule is to never mix business with pleasure. Greek businessman Troy Metaxas follows the same maxim.

    When Kendall and. Troy meet sparks fly that could ignite a large city. However, their first encounter is in a corporate boardroom where they are on opposite teams. Each keeps thinking don't mix business with pleasure, but neither can prevent jumping into the sack together. Still they are discrete while enjoying sexual encounters. However, both keep an emotional detachment out of fear of what will happen. That is until all hell in the boardroom threatens their pleasure in the bedroom.

    The latest Private Scandals contemporary romance (see Private session and Private Affairs) is a heated entertaining tale that for the first third or so most of the blaze is in the boudoir as the plot focuses on what this couple is doing with the Christmas stuffer sock. After sheets of heat, the inferno spins into the boardroom when he learns who she is; that is before he learns in earnest who she is. Starting with the opening observation of Troy's brother Ari's vivid description of the opponent sticking and breaking it off (without Vaseline - my addition) to the numerous intermittent hot climaxes and to the final climax, this gender war focuses mostly on Private Parts going public just before Christmas.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2011

    Great!

    I could not put the book down! Read it in just a few hours! Steamy...

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  • Posted December 1, 2010

    Something to keep you warm on a chilly night.

    Third story in the "Private Scandals" series..............Troy Metaxas was finally going to get his family business back on track. He was making a deal with the devil himself. Well maybe not the devil but pretty close, Manolis Philippidis. Troy's family and Manolis had a history, ever since Troy's brother, Ari, had stolen Manolis fiancé right before Manolis' wedding. Now Manolis wanted a partnership with the Metaxas'... But at what cost? Troy would have to be on top of his game to make sure things went his way to save his family business and the town which he loved. However when Kendall Banks, Manolis lawyer for the deal, walked into the room all thoughts of business went out of this mind and thoughts of the bedroom not the boardroom came in...........Kendall Banks was very intrigued by Troy; he was hot and sexy and was avoiding her. She would really, really have liked to get to know him better, but how could she do that if he kept his distant? She knew there was some kind of bad blood between him and her boss but she didn't really know what that was. However, Kendall did know that she would have to do what ever Philippidis told her to do to keep him from ruining her family. .......Christmas is usually a chilly time of year but when Tori Carrington has a story out it makes it one of the hottest times of the year. Private Parts take us back to Earnest, Washington to catch up with the Metaxas family. As always Ms. Carrington keeps us turning pages so hot you need to keep a fan on.

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    Posted April 23, 2011

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