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Pushing the Limits (Entangled Flirts)

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  • Posted January 14, 2014

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    I finished reading Pushing the Limits by Nancy Fraser and I have

    I finished reading Pushing the Limits by Nancy Fraser and I have to say that I enjoyed reading this story. 

    All right, Pushing the Limits had me chuckling with the situation with mistaken identities. You have Cade Tucker believing Julia McCormack is the secretary at a law firm. While you have Julia believing Cade to be the rent of Santa. Boy they were wrong. After the office part they have fabulous time together. After the holidays are over they find out the truth. Of course, they find that can't keep their hands off each other, but there is one problem "No fraternizing". Yep, that's a challenge.

    This is a quick read that was highly enjoyable. I would consider this a little steamer than most flirts I have read, but that's ok it's still pretty good. Plus, Cade and Julia make a pretty awesome team in and out of the bedroom. So, if you are looking for something like Pushing the Limits give it a go.

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  • Posted January 6, 2014

    I loved this story. Cade was the perfect Santa and we can clearl

    I loved this story. Cade was the perfect Santa and we can clearly see these two were so right together. Christmas was the right setting for this novella and I loved meeting Julia. She’s fierce and a little romantic, her job is above anything else, but she found the perfect guy in Cade. Their time together was so amazing that even forbidden, they boke the rules and had another hot weekend together.




    I was super cheering for the rules to change and these two have a happy ending, but in the end Cade was better than that and made the right choice. I only thing Julia needed a friend to talk about her problems in the job and with her family, she was really lonely.

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  • Posted January 1, 2014

    A full story in a small package, this is a great holiday read to

    A full story in a small package, this is a great holiday read to kick off the New Year. 

    Julia McCormack is determined to be the first female partner at the Montgomery and McQuade, Attorneys at Law. Cade Tucker is hoping that relocating to Dallas is the right move for him professionally but the last thing he thought he would be doing when he popped into the office he would be consulting for would be mistaken for would a Santa contractor. Unable to deny the attraction they feel for each other, they spend they couple the holiday season with each other getting to know each other inside and outside of the bedroom.


    One thing they do not discuss though is Cade’s new position of consulting contractor for the law firm and to top it off, he is consulting on the case Julia’s assigned as lead counsel. With having to choose between both working at the same office or having a relationship due to non-fraternization clause their employer has for employees and those involved with its office. When a surprise happens, it will test their boundaries and more. 

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  • Posted December 31, 2013

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    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. This was a gre

    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

    This was a great story of two people meeting at a party, hitting it off, and ending up in an unpredictable way. Cade and Julia have a strong attraction that's impossible to ignore. This is the first time reading anything from Nancy Fraser. This was well written and enjoyable.

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