Under Her Skin [NOOK Book]

Overview

Who would believe that the world-famous supermodel Iris Lujan has a care in the world? Only Mexican gardener, Torien Pacias, who sees through Iris’s facade and offers gentle understanding and friendship when Iris most needs it. Though Torien senses the passion smoldering between them, she doesn’t dare imagine a future with Iris. She is like royalty, and Torien is a woman of simple needs and weighty family obligations. But, how long can Torien resist the charms of this untouchable woman she longs to claim for her ...
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Under Her Skin

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Overview

Who would believe that the world-famous supermodel Iris Lujan has a care in the world? Only Mexican gardener, Torien Pacias, who sees through Iris’s facade and offers gentle understanding and friendship when Iris most needs it. Though Torien senses the passion smoldering between them, she doesn’t dare imagine a future with Iris. She is like royalty, and Torien is a woman of simple needs and weighty family obligations. But, how long can Torien resist the charms of this untouchable woman she longs to claim for her own?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602824768
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, Inc
  • Publication date: 8/1/2010
  • Series: Amigas y Amor Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 297,895
  • File size: 219 KB

Meet the Author

Lea Santos has been concocting tall tales since she was a child, according to her mother. Usually these had to do with where she was, who she was with, and whether or not she’d finished her math homework (which she hadn’t). When it came time to pick a career, Lea waffled, then dabbled in everything from guiding tours in Europe, to police work, to bookkeeping for an exotic bird and reptile company—probably not the best choice, since (1) she never did finish that math, and (2) the Komodo dragons freaked her out. (A lot.) She eventually decided to go with her strengths and continue spinning wild stories, except this time, she’d turn them into whole books and call it a career. She rarely lies anymore about where she’s been or who she was with...
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