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Sense and Sensuality [Hot for Teacher Series]
     

Sense and Sensuality [Hot for Teacher Series]

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by Cara Hart
 
Eleanor McLaren leads a subdued life. She hates parties, avoids social interactions, and she cannot talk to men. But within the shell of her timidity lies the heart of a siren. Afraid of her own boldness, she hides her desires. Especially from the man who stars in her dreams of passionate encounters and works in her department. Eddie Harrington has never lacked for

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Eleanor McLaren leads a subdued life. She hates parties, avoids social interactions, and she cannot talk to men. But within the shell of her timidity lies the heart of a siren. Afraid of her own boldness, she hides her desires. Especially from the man who stars in her dreams of passionate encounters and works in her department. Eddie Harrington has never lacked for partners in his pleasure games. But for some reason, Eleanor is the one woman he can't get out of his head. She is definitely not the type he usually pursues. Then he sees her at a bar, looking like his wildest fantasy. And one night with her is not going to be enough. The man who never commits just might have met his match-until a mistake from his past forces her to choose between trusting him or walking away.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607350316
Publisher:
Resplendence Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
05/19/2009
Series:
Hot For Teacher
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
579,732
File size:
172 KB

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Sense and Sensuality [Hot for Teacher Series] 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an educated writer who should really work on crafting a book well worth the reader's time and effort. I imagine if it is selected for a beach read, it would be ok. I look for something with depth, and that's real when it comes to how people talk to one another, especially adults. I just don't like using 4 letter words when describing sex. Other authors can bring romance to life without resorting to the fleshy details of copulation, from foreplay right on down.
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Cara definately needs to write more of these!
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