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Posted April 9, 2011
Cindy Jacks has crafted a super sexy read, with a great story line and characters that are loveable. I was immediately drawn into the story by the opening scene with the heroine reflecting up on her troubles in life. In walks uber-sexy hero to take her mind of things and get to the heart of the matter! It requires great skill and talent to create a short-story that has the same elements of a full-length in condensed version, Ms. Jacks possesses this very skill. Well done! Although, I'm not sure I will ever look at frosting the same way again. But - that might be a good thing ;)
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Posted March 17, 2011
Lila runs her own bakery and, as the story begins, is trying to get over a broken relationship. When the store closes one evening and she hears someone entering the front door she thinks it's a customer but is shocked to see an old love, Gavin standing there.
Some of my favorite stories are about two people reconnecting. I liked both Lila and Gavin from the beginning of this story. You feel Lila's pain of her broken relationship and you get the sense that work at the bakery is how she's dealing with it. Gavin comes across as very sexy and you can see why Lila has liked him all these years. The dialogue is very natural sounding and the pacing very swift in these 32 pages. My only complaint with the book.I wanted it to be longer. Once you've invested your interest in Lila and Gavin you want to know what happens next.
Besides that, if you're looking for twenty minutes of pure escapism with a sexy story of two reunited lovers, Leap might be your ideal read.
Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews