Trust Me If You Dare

Trust Me If You Dare

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by Lb Gregg
     
 

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Hard help can be good to find.
 
Romano and Albright,
Book 2
 
Feisty New Yorker Caesar Romano has a knack for getting into a jam, and this week is no exception. When his pregnancy-hormone-buzzed business partner sweet talks him into working a solo gig for his famous ex, Caesar attracts the worst kind of attention.
 

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Hard help can be good to find.
 
Romano and Albright,
Book 2
 
Feisty New Yorker Caesar Romano has a knack for getting into a jam, and this week is no exception. When his pregnancy-hormone-buzzed business partner sweet talks him into working a solo gig for his famous ex, Caesar attracts the worst kind of attention.
 
It’s only the beginning. Hit on by a lusty German, stalked by the paparazzi, victim of an unexpected airbag attack—and desperate for some part-time help—Ce’s running out of time, staff and patience. But what’s really got him poised to run? A looming brunch with his sexy lover’s esteemed family.
 
PI Dan Albright is a man of many gifts: investigation, security, sex talk and driving Caesar nuts in and out of the bedroom. Hired to protect an outrageous soap star from a deranged personal assistant, Dan’s got his hands full refereeing rival actors, locating one four-foot-eleven woman…and convincing Ce that he’s playing for keeps.
 
Hey, nobody ever said taking a relationship to the next level was a waltz in the park.
 
Warning: This book includes bad driving, a naughty German, dirty words, heated glances, mutual masturbation, oral sex, an evil scout, a memorable ride, and a fabulously affordable tuxedo. May cause unexpected bursts of laughter.

 

 

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609283100
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing
Publication date:
11/01/2011
Series:
Romano and Albright Series
Pages:
234
Sales rank:
1,078,704
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.53(d)

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Meet the Author

LB Gregg lives in the Connecticut hills with two lazy dogs, three above-average children, and a smoking hot husband who, thank heavens, loves to cook. LB began writing in the spring of 2008 at the encouragement of author pal, Josh Lanyon. She never once looked back (although occasionally she looked down and tripped over her feet). 2009 saw the publication of LB’s best selling Men of Smithfield series. In 2010, LB introduced readers to the adventures of feisty Italian Caesar Romano and his PI lover, the dirty-mouthed Dan Albright. Trust Me If You Dare is LB Gregg’s sixth published title.
 

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Tara wants her husband. Now. Even though she is proud of him being an executive in the company and of all his achievements, that doesn't warm her bed. So she issues a challenge to him when she gets to his office after all his co-workers have left, to make her orgasm as many times as he can until the cleaning crew gets there. If you are looking for a story that is all about a happy couple already together, then this is story for you. There is no heavy conflict, just lots of hot and heavy torrid sex between Tara and Jared. And when I say hot, I do mean hot like a burning flame. The excitement of them nearly being caught in the act makes this story intense, as does the chemistry between the two main characters. This story is like a cup of hot cocoa, a warm comfortable pair of socks. There is no substantial plot to digest, just a fun romp for a happily married couple. The only problem is Jared does seem overly interested in things a guy wouldn't notice, like her hair being wavy rather than straight, especially since his wife is half naked in his office wearing sexy lingerie. Ms. Daniels has a beautiful story here, one that makes me interested in reading her other work as well. I'm definitely heading for her backlist to see what other gems I can procure since the sex scenes in this book were thoroughly enjoyed. This book is definitely a keeper for those cold winter nights. Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews