Too Close to Touch

Too Close to Touch

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by Georgia Beers
     
 

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Life gets complicated when love turns out to be nothing like you expected - and the woman you want is too close to touch.

Gretchen Kaiser is a workaholic corporate honcho with issues – she’s got daddy issues, she’s got female-executive-in-a-man’s-world issues, and she’s got one night stand issues. What she doesn’t

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Life gets complicated when love turns out to be nothing like you expected - and the woman you want is too close to touch.

Gretchen Kaiser is a workaholic corporate honcho with issues – she’s got daddy issues, she’s got female-executive-in-a-man’s-world issues, and she’s got one night stand issues. What she doesn’t have are love issues. She isn’t looking for it, she doesn’t feel she needs it, and she doesn’t expect to find it…certainly not right under her nose. Kylie O’Brien is the kind of girl who believes in true love and is willing to wait until it shows up at her door. Her best friend Mick would sweep her off her feet given the chance, but Mick doesn’t make Kylie feel the way true love should. And now Kylie has to worry about her new boss – Gretchen Kaiser’s icy reserve makes life as her administrative assistant a challenge. It doesn’t matter one damn bit that Gretchen is extremely attractive with a voice as rich and smooth as melted chocolate. It absolutely doesn’t…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781602823150
Publisher:
Bold Strokes Books, Inc
Publication date:
07/01/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
134,828
File size:
271 KB

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Too Close to Touch 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kylie O¿Brien, executive administrative assistant extraordinaire, has a new boss, namely one Gretchen Kaiser, corporate dynamite. Things do not go well after her new boss joins the company. It seems Gretchen¿s reputation has preceeded her and Kylie¿s not at all sure people will survive in the onslaught. Time flies by as the two women settle into their respective roles. However, it¿s not long before Kylie is forced to acknowledge that her feelings for Gretchen have changed. Changed how? And what will she do with these feelings when an old friend of her boss appears? Just exactly who is this `friend¿ and what do they mean to Gretchen? What would she do if Gretchen were to even have feelings for Kylie? After all, a relationship between an employee and their boss is out of the question. Isn¿t it? As if things weren¿t bad enough, complicating the mix is a secret admirer of Kylie¿s¿ an admirer who would do anything to gain Kylie¿s affections¿an admirer holding something against Kylie¿s boss. What could they possibly know? And how far are they willing to go to sabotage any chance Kylie and Gretchen might have? While both women try to figure things out, a family tragedy hits Gretchen. Kylie desperately wants to be there for Gretchen. But in trying to stand strong, will Gretchen allow her to do so? Or will she turn her away once again? Georgia Beers has certainly entertained and enthralled an appreciative audience with her previous books, Turning the Page and Thy Neighbor¿s Wife, as well as with stories placed in two anthologies, The Milk of Human Kindness and Stolen Moments: Erotic Interludes 2. Her newest offering, Too Close To Touch definitely provides the reader with a bit of drama, a bit of heartbreak and the strength that comes from loving someone. Georgia¿s soon to be released book, Fresh Tracks, due out in November 2006, is sure to have readers sitting on the edge of their seats!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well crafted and hard to put down. It draws you in and your in it till its over.
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mari115 More than 1 year ago
Very well written.
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Finally a novel about women and not teenagers. Loved charachters and story. Great writing.
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