Just Sexby Heidi Lynn Anderson
Judging by her pristine yard, Kat already knows J.J. is good with
When J.J. stumbles upon his conservative client in the throes of a self-induced climax, his desire to have Kat's curvy body beneath his reaches the breaking point. At that moment, J.J. knows she needs someone to tend to more than just her yard. Now to convince Kat that he's the right man for the job.
Judging by her pristine yard, Kat already knows J.J. is good with his hands-and she's more than willing to put those hands to better use. The man fulfills her every lusty dream, and Kat never thought a sex-filled fling would change her life for the good. Too bad it can't last...
- Ellora's Cave Publishing
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.51(d)
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A story for sure, not just sex! Great read...
Reviewed by: Marissa Book provided by: Publisher Review originally posted at Romancing the Book : I love the idea that a younger man is attracted to an older woman not because of her looks but because he is attracted to who she is. Granted, Kat is only ten years older but the story is sweet and the sex is hot. The one thing I don’t like about Kat is how down she is on her body. She’s a size 16 and sees herself as fat and unworthy. This just goes to show how skewed our society is – that a size 16 is considered too fat to be beautiful. The wonderful thing is that J.J. sees past that and is attracted to the woman beneath. J.J., on the other hand, seems a bit obsessive. He has to have Kat and is jealous of other men from the very start of the book. But I suppose if there is good obsessive and bad obsessive, then J.J. at least has the good type. Oh, what I would give for a man to send me flowers with a corny love note… Just Sex is a good story about two people falling into lust and then love. The sex scenes alone are well worth your time (can we say HOT?) and the characters (including the minor flaws noted above) are true to life. I’m looking forward to picking up more books from Anderson in the future.