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Publishers WeeklyA handsome photographer woos his neighbor by playing a seductive "strangers on a train" game in Fox's latest (after a number of erotica books, writing as Susan Lyon). Nav Bharani, a young photographer making a go of it in Montreal, falls for his buxom neighbor, Kat, but she wants things to remain strictly platonic. When Kat's sister announces her upcoming wedding in Vancouver, Kat asks Nav to go as her date, and Nav hatches a scheme to disguise himself as a Bollywood producer and seduce her on the train to Vancouver. Goofy as it sounds, it works, briefly, though Kat figures out the plan and goes for it, anyway, even though she'd sworn not to sleep with him. It's a bit simplistic, and Fox's erotica roots show throughout-romance die-hards would likely prefer less sex and more conflict and drama-but readers fine with throbbing, pulsing, jerky spasms, and whimpers of pleasure will enjoy this easy-going erotic romance.
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