"I need you, Alli." -- Mark Hartman, desperate new dad
Did Mark mean what Alison Lind hoped? Was her boss declaring his passion for her? Did he really feel the same way she secretly felt for him?
Apparently not. Turned out that what Alison wanted and what Mark needed were two different things. Instead of asking her to be his lover, he was asking her to be temporary nanny to his baby niece. Not an ounce of desire in sight. Or was there?
Living together, spending time in intimate surroundings, created a sensual tension too powerful to ignore. How long before this strictly business relationship turned into a strictly passionate predicament?
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Just OK!! usually BJ throws them put the park.
I love Brenda Jackson's story. The problem with the Silhouette Desire is their too short and usually a continuation of someone else's idea. So, unless you read the whole series you might miss out on something or you might not get the whole idea behind the series. However, I enjoyed the heated tension between Alli and Mark. Once they were under his roof together it was like they couldn't stop the electric currents they kept passing to one another. As my headline says, it was short and sweet romance.