Adding Heat

Adding Heat

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by Cris Anson
     
 
A story in the Cougar Challenge series.

Encouraged by friends she met at RomantiCon, widowed landscape contractor Giselle Sheridan decides she's finally ready to take the cougar challenge and explore sex with a younger man. Except she's too busy during planting season to go on the prowl.

CPA Conlan Trowbridge is battling the IRS deadline for his clients,

Overview

A story in the Cougar Challenge series.

Encouraged by friends she met at RomantiCon, widowed landscape contractor Giselle Sheridan decides she's finally ready to take the cougar challenge and explore sex with a younger man. Except she's too busy during planting season to go on the prowl.

CPA Conlan Trowbridge is battling the IRS deadline for his clients, but when Giselle saunters into his office with a tax question, all he can think of is sex. She's all luscious curves and smoldering brown eyes, and he doesn't care if she's a dozen years older, she's a wet dream come true.

Oh yeah, they're both ready for some hot and heavy sex-in the tub, parking lots, their offices-anywhere and everywhere. But Giselle is afraid her age will eventually bother Con, and her longtime foreman also has designs on her, in more ways than one. When Giselle faces some hard decisions, will she ultimately be able to keep the heat?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419930591
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
11/24/2010
Series:
Cougar Challenge
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
503,228
File size:
149 KB

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Adding Heat 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was ok. I liked all the other Cougar novels I read but this one was a little annoying and left me feeling like it could have been so much better. The language the 32 year old used in this book such as "holy abacus" was just ridiculous! I was turned off because he used the word when in the throws of passion. EEEWWWW!
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