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Masquerade (Lovers Unmasked) by [Flockton, Nicole]
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Length: 172 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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From the Author

For more books in this series:
#1 - Masquerade
#2 - Rescuing Dawn
#3 - Seducing Phoebe

About the Author

Nicole Flockton is an Australian living in Houston. When she's not chasing the kids or the dog, she is writing romances, where she can escape to a world she can control. You can find out more about her at, on Twitter @NicoleFlockton, or on her Facebook page.

Product Details

  • File Size: 521 KB
  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Publisher: Crimson Romance (September 16, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 16, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009LQH7UA
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,014 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Fiona on October 22, 2012
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This is a great little romance in a medical setting. Nurse Sophie and Scrumptious Dr Alex Scavoni don't realise that they are destined to be colleagues when they meet at a New Years Eve Masquerade Ball. The instant attraction between them is hard to resist and they agree to succumb. Just for one night. What happens when they both turn up to work will test both their resolve and their beliefs about what they want in life.

This is a lovers to friends story as the hero and heroine deal with the aftermath of their one night in the day to day bustle of a busy hospital E.R. All of the characters are well drawn. Even the ones we don't actually meet. The heroine is likeable and easy to relate to. Dr Alex is adorable. I enjoyed the development of the relationship. Both characters have past history that impacts in a realistic way on their decisions about the relationship. The book is nicely paced and finished on a high. A very enjoyable read. Of it's type it is fairly predictable but in the context of this kind of book I really like the comfort of a story that is not going to give me a nasty surprise. That is exactly what I look for in a romance of this kind. Nicole has a nice fresh way of writing and draws you into the lives of her protagonists. Will certainly read other work by this author.
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And so it begins, a line from the story and an apt title for what I think will be a rewarding career as an author for Nicole Flockton.

I have to confess though, romance is not my genre but I new that one day I would have to read this book.

I love a book that you can pick up and not want to put down, that draws you in because you want to know what happens next without it being too predictable. Masquerade has those features, in fact I started to read Masquerade on a plane from Perth, Western Australia to Exmouth, Western Australia and I was somewhat miffed when the airline hostess asked me to turn off my electronic device for landing... For the third time!

I just finished the book, in the last few pages my wife started to text me (I travel a lot) and I was somewhat disappointed with the interruption as I finished the last few pages. I completed it in four short sessions, not because it was simple but because it drew me in and I wanted to know how Sophie and Alex's relationship would grow and how they would eventually come together.

Phoebe made me laugh and while Dawn's appearances were brief you felt there was more to her character that made you want to explore it more. That Neil though, I was hoping Alex would eventually sort him out and the scene at the restaurant was delicately written to put him in his place, although I probably would have socked him one!

The story was described in such a way that you felt like you we're in it and that is the other characteristic of a book I like. I'm one of those readers that likes to role play the story in my head as I read, but as a guy I wasn't going to be Sophie and I'm no Alex Scavoni either! But I felt I was watching this play out.
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(This review contains SPOILERS. Sometimes I just can't control myself.)

I got suckered into downloading this by all the 5-star reviews. You'd think by my age I would have learned to be more careful, but apparently not. (BTW, just as an interesting aside, did you know that there are 12 books with the title MASQUERADE available here for Kindle?) I think I got this one on a free day but still... I see its biggest use as in a drinking game, chugging whenever another romance cliche pops up in the story.

Sophie, daughter of a very prominent and rich Australian businessman, is an emergency room nurse. Unfortunately, she's a nurse with absolutely no self esteem or confidence either about her career or her love life. She's coming off a broken engagement to a hugely horse's-behind co-worker hospital administrator and hooks up with Alex for a one-night stand, not knowing who he is.

Turns out he's the new emergency room director and now, what to do, what to do. They must, absolutely must, keep their relationship professional only. Well, that works for maybe 2-3 seconds in the book.

We have some cliche stuff about Alex and his previous failed marriage, a couple of medical emergencies the two have to work together on and a crazy drug addict who has developed an extremely strange hatred of Sophie.

Put this together and what have you got? Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo is what I got out of it. So much non-original stuff to read. (Even bigger SPOILER ahead) The heroine even gets preggers with just that one-night stand. Don't contemporary romance novel characters know where babies come from? Apparently not even romance doctors and nurses have a clue.

And, of course, when dear Alex learns Sophie's big news, he reacts wretchedly. Read the book if you think I'm being overly critical. These two people deserve each other and I wish I could erase them from my head.
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Contemporary stories are not among my favorite genres. However, this came up as an Amazon daily deal for .99 and after reading all the positive reviews I decided to give it a shot. I'm glad I did. It is a simple lite romantic story and one that I enjoyed. The plot isn't burdened with a litenay of frustrating agnst or misunderstandings. It was a beautiful and believable love story between a very likable Sophie and equally likable and a sinfully sexy italian doctor named Alessandro. Italian men are more appealling & delicious than a vat of milk chocolate and caramel. Yum! LOL A couple of love scenes occur but one is described abstractly and the other is only alluded to. Personally, I prefer a bit more spice but I still recommend the book to those looking for a uncomplicated lite romance.
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