His broad shoulders and muscular chest vee'd into a narrow waist and ultra-sexy taunt buns and that wasn't all. One at a time, he lifted a led into each pajama leg, his shoulder muscles rippling Son obtention chaud ici!
Publisher Series: Harlequin Intrigue
There was another scene where Rene shaved Cher, then spent some time admiring his handiwork It was just that hot! The story spans the first half of the school year for Rene and Cher, until during Christmas break when; due to a case of mistaken identity Rene is deported and the couple is separated with no idea how to salvage their whirlwind romance. But, there is something to be said about being nice to strangers. During a sight-seeing trip, the couple befriends a Japanese man whose daughter was also a student a Julliard. That kindly Japanese fellow, happened to be none other than the Japanese Ambassador to the U.
His books run the spectrum of raunchy smut It's my favorite, for now Cher finds that due to an error that her roommate is a handsome Frenchman named Rene. The story was fast paced.
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I liked Rene and Cher. It's a nice romantic love story. It's based on an idea that I found to be unbelievable. Schools don't place students according to names.
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If they did, they'd spend all day individually placing every Jamie, Stacy and Tracy. And in this day and age of girls taking over names like Taylor and even Michael, it doesn't make sense. It sounded like Cher's dorm wasn't co-ed. A guy spending the night and using the bathrooms would have quickly been pointed out. Also, since they were so loud with their lovemaking, I'm sure someone would have ratted them out. I also found the conclusion to be unbelievable, but I can't go into detail as that would be a spoiler. There were some points I was confused about. Rene says at one point that Cher is This is her first year of school.
What's she been up to since finishing high school? There's a section towards the end where the author jumps from character to character. Like the rest of the story, it's told in first person point of view, but it's not from Rene or Cher's POV. It was very confusing. At times, it was difficult to even figure out whose POV it was. While the sex was hot, the prose gets pretty overdone and the phraseology gets weird. For example, Cher thinks, "I found myself in a whirlpool of carnal delights. I did enjoy the story and that's what counts the most.
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