Felicity Stripped BareBook - 2009
Ingram Publishing Services
Just when things are looking up, she falls for the man of her dreams. It's been ten years since Felicity skipped out of high school, leaving behind the taunts of "retard." Things have hardly improved since then. Her job waitressing at a strip club is just one more tick in the "sucks" column of her life. Now she's signed up for tutoring and her future looks bright.until her hunky new landlord starts wreaking havoc on her libido. And did he just say, "Evicted"? Not so fast, buddy. She may be dyslexic, but she's not stupid. Daniel MacKenzie is this close to achieving his dream of setting up his own renovation company, so he's not interested in more demands on his time. Not even if one of those demands is a tenant wearing skintight jeans, teetering on four-inch heels and complaining a blue streak with the most kissable mouth on the planet. Despite his resolve not to mix business with pleasure, Daniel not only teeters, he tumbles head-first into the scorching sexual tension between them. He's a man who's used to getting what he wants, and he's not above pulling every trick in the book to get-and keep-Felicity in his life. But she's holding something back. And he's afraid it's her heart. Warning: Smart women outwitting gorgeous men, hot explicit monkey-lovin' and some graphic language.
With a new job and home, things are looking up for dyslexic high-school dropout Felicity Cameron. Then the house is sold and she meets her landlord. The man is yummy chocolate-coated on the outside. Chewy-moron center. Daniel Mackenzie just wants to flip his latest property purchase, so it was too bad about the hot-looking tenant-in-residence. Too bad all you could look at were her tonsils cause her mouth was always flapping. As they try to get past that little ol eviction thing Daniel does everything he can to pull her into his life and his arms. But Felicitys holding something back, and hes afraid its her heart.
Publisher: Macon, GA : Samhain Publishing, 2009
Characteristics: 276 p
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