Nobody's Fool

Nobody's Fool

by Renee Roszel

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Nobody's Fool by Renee Roszel

Cara vowed never to let another man hurt her!

The day Martin Dante comes to her rescue, every inch the shining knight, Cara can�t see him as anything but the rich, spoiled egotist who cruelly teased her when she was an awkward teen and he the BMOC. She�s too wise to let his surface sophistication and charm turn her head, no matter how often it�s peddled on the society pages. Can�t he see they are from different worlds? He�s all button-down business, and she�s all free spirited fun.

Even after Cara makes it brutally clear she wants nothing to do with him, Martin keeps coming back to lure her into his embrace�and his bed. What are his deep, dark motives? She has sworn she won�t be made a fool of again�not by any man. So why can�t she say no to Martin Dante�and mean it?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148677963
Publisher: DCA, Inc.
Publication date: 10/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 685,721
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Renee Roszel has over forty novels published to date. In addition to being named Oklahoma Writer of the Year by the University of Oklahoma Short Course for Professional Writers, she has multiple National RITA finalist honors and several nominations for Best Short Contemporary Novel by Romantic Times magazine. Renee�s books have been published in foreign languages in far-flung countries ranging from Poland to New Zealand, Germany to Turkey, Japan to Brazil, France, Australia and the Netherlands.

Renee has fans around the world, and she loves to hear from them! To contact Renee, visit her website at

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Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Nobody's Fool By Renee Roszel Martin Dante is a wealthy man but lately something seems to be missing from his life. When he meets Cara outside their sports club and gives her a ride to the university, something about her is refreshing. But she does her best to keep him away from her. Cara Torrence has steeled herself against men. An incident when she was seventeen and a couple fiancé's later has shown her that it's not worth her time, or the pain they leave behind. So why of all the men in the world is it Martin that can break through her iron steel sanctuary? Another page turning book by Renee Roszel. Once I started reading I didn't want to stop. It gives the reader a slightly emotional ride on the hearts roller coaster as these two fight their attraction to each other. Add in a practical joke pulling friend and a handsome, a governors race along with a nine mile marathon, and it all adds up to a great story. **Sexual content
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I knew Roszel wouldn't disappoint, but wow it gets better with each book. Martin and Cara had some hot and sexy chemistry. This story made me cry a few tears and as is usual with Roszel books there were plenty of smiles. Kudos!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was such a cute story, I could read it again! :-) If your looking for a sweet and sexy love story this is the book for you! Thoroughly enjoyed passing some quiet hours away with sexy Martin and Spitfire Cara...If you have some time to sit and read, please do it with this Renee Roszel book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend this novel if you like contemporary romance. It was a charming read with plenty of touches of humor. Well worth your time. It was the kind of uplifting story that gave me the hope that one day my soulmate will come along, and that's what I love about Miss Roszel's novels. This is a good, old fashioned 'happily ever after' kind of story with some satisfying sex thrown in for spice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. I've always been a fan of Renee Roszel romances, but have gotten away from them. Hmm, not sure why, lol. Anyway, I'm so glad I picked this book up to read. It reminded me why I love her stories. Sweet and sexy. And, wow, even if I'd never been a Roszel fan, that cover would have sold me. He's hot!