Redeeming The Amazon [NOOK Book]

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Book 4 of the Den of Sin Series. Grab it at this
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Most come to The Beaudelaire Hotel a select few times a year merely to indulge in sexual fantasy, but the stakes are higher for Karen Freeman and Paul Beaudelaire this New Year’s weekend. Karen is nine years post-op from a double mastectomy, and her vain ex-husband hadn’t agreed with ...
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Redeeming The Amazon

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Overview

Book 4 of the Den of Sin Series. Grab it at this
introductory price of $1.49 through 1/7.


Most come to The Beaudelaire Hotel a select few times a year merely to indulge in sexual fantasy, but the stakes are higher for Karen Freeman and Paul Beaudelaire this New Year’s weekend. Karen is nine years post-op from a double mastectomy, and her vain ex-husband hadn’t agreed with her decision to remove her remaining good breast or to eschew reconstruction. In the end, that decision cost her. She lost her marriage, but she’s certain the move has prolonged her life.

Returning to a normal dating and sex life has been difficult. She hasn’t made love fully unclothed since the demise of her marriage, and her most significant relationship occurred right after her surgery. When she was still recuperating, she had an affair of the heart with a Marine amputee who’d also been her Ph.D. classmate.

Paul Beaudelaire once led a charmed life as a ladies’ man who had his pick of women in the upper echelons of New Orleans society. He’d been satisfied to continue in that vein, until a Marine recruiter wooed him from LSU with tales of valor, courage, and commitment. His career in the corps cut short by the loss of his left leg, Paul returned to New Orleans with the best prosthesis Johns Hopkins orthopedics experts could fit him with. The problem was, he’d left his heart in Baltimore with a beautiful former model, whose crippled marriage was the only deterrent to his waning honor.
Will this fantasy weekend at his Uncle Henri’s hotel give him a second chance with his contemporary Amazon, or will her fear of rejection be a barrier to their reconnection?

Other Den of Sin titles:

Shamelessly Taken A Den of Sin Vignette by Mel Blue

Two Strikes: A Den of Sin Vignette by Holley Trent

Forbidden Rendezvous by Mel Blue

Ménage à Troys: Book 2 by Holley Trent

Wicked Surrender: Book 3 by Ambrielle Kirk
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149042982
  • Publisher: Jungle Fever Press
  • Publication date: 12/24/2013
  • Series: Den of Sin , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 322,003
  • File size: 400 KB

Meet the Author

L. V. Lewis is a married, mother of four who lives in South Georgia and works in the Florida Panhandle. A new author who decided stories like Fifty Shades of Grey needed a little more diversity and comedy, penned Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever as a parodied response to those wildly popular books from a woman of color. A voracious reader since Kindergarten, Lewis loves nothing more than to curl up with a good book and a glass of wine. She and her husband are political junkies, a hobby that is time consuming but free. Now that Lewis has young adults who think they don’t need their parents anymore, she has taken up another time-draining career of writing. However, she is happy to report, for once, her extra-curricular activity costs far less than her husband’s. Her love for writing is only eclipsed by her love for her family.
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  • Posted December 26, 2013

    I received and ARC copy in exchange for an honest review.  I

    I received and ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. 




    I loved how this book proves that even though you're not "whole", there is someone out there who will want you for the way you are. 




    Karen is a retired super model. The reason she's retired even though she still has a body to die for? She's had a double mastectomy and doesn't fill out the swimsuits like she used to. She feels that she isn't "whole" anymore, she isn't a full woman without her breasts. So for the last 9 years or so she's kept herself at a distance from the male species, especially after her husband divorced her. That all changes though after she decides to go to the Den of Sin for the New Year, and she sees Paul is the one she will be spending the weekend with. 




    Paul knows that there is a connection between him and Karen that is undeniable. It's been there since he met her while she was doing rehabilitation, but she was off limits then. Now that she's not attached to anyone, he plans on making this weekend with her one she will never forget. Paul's goal is to to make Karen realize that they are made for each other. Paul is an amputee, he knows what Karen has gone through and he wants to show her that she is still the most beautiful woman he's ever seen. 




    Will Paul be able to show Karen that just because she doesn't have breast, doesn't make her less of a woman? Will Karen finally realize that Paul is who will make her the happiest she's ever felt? Will these two continue with the relationship past the New Year? 




    I really loved this story, I was a little disappointed that the steamy scenes weren't as steamy as the others in the series. But I think I liked the story line a lot better. It just proves that even though you don't think you're perfect, someone out there does. 

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