Monday, December 30, 2013

Sail Away With Me by Kate Deveaux

Jody decides to live life, for at least one week. She goes on a cruise and before she even gets on the ship starts a hot romance with the ships celebrity, Taggart. The fun is supposed to last only one week, but how can she move on once she gets back home to her son, dad, and painting?

My Thoughts:

 Jody is my hero. She puts her “boring” everyday life behind her for one week. Letting go of her son and her dad to have a girl’s week on a cruise. On that cruise she runs into sexy hot and fun Taggart. I loved watching her fight herself. She tried to stay the good girl, although got very little encouragement to be good from her friends, and not fall for Taggart. Then when the trip was over she tried to go back to the good girl and stay away from him.

Taggart is such a hottie. He never gave up on Jody, even when she put walls around herself to keep him away. Then he tried to respect her wishes and keep away from her when the trip was over, but knew that his feelings were more than a one week stand. He is probably my favorite character. He definitely won me over.

Sail Away With Me is exactly what I was looking for. Hot romance, a lot of fun, and some erotic scenes. Anyone who is looking for a sexy romance novel certainly has to pick this book up.

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About Kate: Kate Deveaux is a contemporary erotic romance writer and die-hard romantic. A former wedding planner, she has always been “in love” with love! Kate is currently working on several fictional stories – each filled with sexy romance, heroines who are no shrinking violets and heroes who make your heart skip a beat. She is a member of Savvy Author, Romance Writers of America (RWA) and their erotic romance chapter, Passionate Ink. Kate currently resides with her husband in Arizona.

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