- File Size: 2315 KB
- Print Length: 269 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ayersbooks (November 21, 2012)
- Publication Date: November 21, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AB68SEI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #542,021 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Coming Out of Hiding Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
It started off great. I liked Tae, especially when she first met Max and convinced him to show her his deformed hand so that he wouldn't have to hide it from her anymore. That was pretty awesome - it was also the highlight of the book. It all went downhill from there. Because Max was able to finally show Tae his hand, that gave her the right to barge in on him while he was in the shower so she could see the rest of his injuries? When they've only just met and HE'S HER BOSS?? Seriously? Way too far over the top. And then, the minute she does that, they are in love. Give me a break. I almost stopped reading at this point but was curious to see what happened next.
Minor spoilers: What happened next is that Tae, who was a housekeeper with no computer skills (couldn't even type) magically becomes Super Corporate Woman and fixes Max's business, when he couldn't. She tells him the best way to proceed to correct a design flaw in a big project, she uncovers corporate espionage, overhauls his company's pay scales and improves the morale of 1000 employees. All in a couple of weeks. Yet she's too dumb to realize she might be pregnant. Grrrrr.
I will say that what I did like about it (and the only reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 2) was that Max wasn't magically "fixed" in the end. I appreciated the realism in that aspect but the rest of it was just crazy unbelievable.
Proofreading and editing issues but not too overly distracting. Adult language and explicit sexual content.
Tae Harris is a working girl trying to keep on top of things. She earns just enough money through the cleaning agency to pay her rent and get by. So it is a disaster for her when she falls from a ladder and damages her foot. No pay for several weeks! How will she manage?
But Max Hutton, her client, sees her fall and it is the catalyst that brings him out of hiding. First he attends to Tae, then gets to know her. He gets to know her very well. But there is a problem, and it has nothing to do with germs.
What a refreshing change it is to read a romance book that isn't about beautiful people having perfect sex! This book isn't really about sex. It is about love. And how love can overcome almost insurmountable problems. Max was very badly damaged in an accident when he was serving in the forces and he believes he can never give a woman the love she deserves. Tae sets out to prove him wrong. Does she succeed? You'll have to read the book to find out.
A very satisfying read.
It is full of tender moments and some harrowingly explicit sex scenes and shows how love can triumph over tragedy. A great read but it may not be everyone's taste.
4 1/2 stars
How they didn't dance around each other they went forward I love how Far loved Max even with his scarred body!! Especially the ending that's my kind of ending!!
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