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- Publication Date: December 12, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LWVZQN9
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If you have been reading the Compass Series, you have gotten to know Evans throughout the series. You may have even loved him a bit. He's a pretty amazing guy, dedicated worker, and loyal through and through. This book was an ode to the food guy. And Evans is certainly team leader.
Lucy is not one to be overlooked either. Heck, she's had to deal with India Burke for quite some time. What kind of woman does it take calm the Burke Beast? Well it's Lucy with her coffee goddess ways! She's also funny and smart, and very much so the gal we all strive to be. And the woman is as fiery as her red hair!
Putting Evans and Lucy together was the absolute greatest thing Parker has ever done. Why? Because it's just so perfectly delicious. Their romance is quick, dirty, fun, secret and downright naughty. And I loved every word of it. It's how every office romance we wanted to have.
And we finally got to hear what Rey said to Evans to get India out of the bathroom! Of course it all comes back to Rey!
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance, Erotica
I love Tamsen’s Compass series, and this time, book five, we meet Lucy and Evans. Its a bit of a departure from the other stories, not the usual Dom and sub story, but more two people who aren’t in to BDSM but get a hint that they might actually like it. Kind of Compass Lite ;-)
Evans and Lucy aren’t into the BDSM scene but then they see India and Cris one night and it shocks them both – they never imagined their boss, the ball breaking, fair but tough woman, would be a sub....and they like what they see, very much.
Its something that's probably true of very many people, don’t fancy the whole thing, or have never experienced any of it but when they get an introduction, even by unintended voyeurism, they like what they see.
Its why Ann Summers and co do so well. People don’t want to be that open, don’t want to go to a club, but a bit of fun at home appeals.
They are so entranced by what they see that its made them both very turned on, and things happen that lead to some scorching sex.
Office rules forbid office relationships though, and both need their jobs. They agree that as no-one else is likely to be around, it being Christmas and they the only ones working on the special project, they could have a short term bit of fun.
There’s some cracking humour here, funny quotes from both of them that had me sniggering...
Evans- “if I kept a sword in my office I’d throw myself on it. As things are I’ve only got some pencils in desperate need of a sharpening, a ruler and some paperclips. I couldn’t even injure myself in a dignified manner”
As well as the humour there’s a serious thread, how Evans is tied to his family, how families struggle when things breakdown, and of course poor Lucy’s strong religious upbringing. The sort where someone with generous boobs is told constantly to be aware of not tempting men to do things they shouldn’t.
That old Always the woman’s fault for wearing provocative clothes, looking the wrong way at a man, wearing makeup etc that drives me nuts. What about teaching the men self control, to respect a lady? Sadly its an idea that permeates even a so called modern secular society, where girls/ladies get the blame constantly.
Lucy keeps second guessing her actions, and even though she knows her family's ideas are wrong she still can’t quite let go of the blame.
Of course the few days come to an end after some serious hot and erotic sex, and neither really want to stop but they’re both so polite, so self effacing, so not convinced that the want is there for the other person too...so what's going to happen now?
Its a great read, a really nice story, with some steamy encounters, but I did miss the drama of the other stories.
And like many others I’m Desperate for Rey’s story, he’s been tantalised all through the novels, and even though he’s not In this one he’s still there in thoughts when Evan recalls his advice back when India was having a freak out over going in a plane. His book is next – hurrah, I really want to see how he started, know him better than just the man behind the scenes, and India's good friend.
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Both Chanoch and Lucy were great together both were a little geeky...a whole lotta sexy and incredibly funny. I think I laughed the whole time because they were so real. Tamsen Parker did a great making them so relatable and human...you would think this is a story being told about your best friends instead of characters in a book.
Overall great book and super hot! I loved hearing about my bestie in my mind India as well getting to know more about Lucy and Chanoch. Great job Tamsen Parker!
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