Class Reunion [NOOK Book]

Overview

After being burned pretty badly by two different women in his past, Brian Vellinger has sworn off romance. Commitment-shy for the past fifteen years, he is stunned by his sudden attraction to a woman he's not seen since the last day of their senior year.

Natalie Collier thinks she's successfully put Brian Vellinger out of her mind. After harboring a secret crush all through high school and into college, she is both alarmed and thrilled when ...
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Class Reunion

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Overview

After being burned pretty badly by two different women in his past, Brian Vellinger has sworn off romance. Commitment-shy for the past fifteen years, he is stunned by his sudden attraction to a woman he's not seen since the last day of their senior year.

Natalie Collier thinks she's successfully put Brian Vellinger out of her mind. After harboring a secret crush all through high school and into college, she is both alarmed and thrilled when Brian makes his intentions known at their 25th class reunion. But will she succeed in softening his casual, 'sex only' policy, or will she end up just another notch on his belt?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016279008
  • Publisher: Freya's Bower
  • Publication date: 2/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 515,435
  • File size: 264 KB

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  • Posted April 10, 2013

    What's the chance that an unrequited love can be fulfilled at a

    What's the chance that an unrequited love can be fulfilled at a class reunion?




    Brian Vellinger has organized the Class of '84 twenty-fifth class reunion at a local country club in their hometown of Anderson, Indiana.




    Brian is a divorced owner of a Credit Union, who has sworn off romance after two failed relationships. He prefers casual sex with no ties and isn't looking for a long-term relationship.




    Natalie Collier is a single hospital pharmacist who resides in Boise, Idaho. After being away for twenty-five years, she's coming back to her hometown for her high school class reunion. A recent break up with a controlling jealous man named Paul Wynsdale, has Natalie looking forward to seeing her family and friends, especially Brian Vellinger, who she has harbored an unrequited crush since high school. She is also considering a new position with CVS drug stores that could require her to relocate.




    When Natalie and Brian see each other at the class reunion there is a mutual instant attraction. Can a casual weekend of sex and hanging out with no strings attached be enough for Natalie? Or could being with Natalie change Brian's reluctance for a long-term relationship?




    Class Reunion is a sassy short story about two former classmates who rediscover each other after twenty-five years. Author Kenzie Michaels weaves a fast paced fun tale set in Anderson, Indiana and Boise, Idaho, written in the third person narrative that follows the reunion and relationship development of Natalie and Brian.




    This story was very entertaining from the start, it immediately drew me in with the class reunion, who doesn't have good memories of attending their own class reunion? I really enjoyed the walk down the 1980s memory lane with the mentioning of some of my old favorite rock, dance and love songs; and a blast from the past mentioning of the atari video games Centipede and Ms. Pac Man.




    Then we have the main focus of story, the sexy reunion of Brian and Natalie. I loved how the author provides the reader with a multi-layered storyline in a short story that consisted of the reunion weekend, Brian and Natalie's past histories, and their current relationship dramas that built up to a predictable but satisfying conclusion. The story has a nice balance of light funny moments, intriguing drama, and steamy sexual scenes. Did I mention that I really enjoyed Brian and Natalie's steamy sex scenes ... wink, wink?!




    With a fun cast of characters, quirky dialogue and interactions, and a quick storyline that leaves you wanting more; Class Reunion is a thoroughly enjoyable short and sexy read!

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