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on November 8, 2012
The blurb of this book was so telling and detailed that there's really no need to summarize the content of the book at all.
Now this was a really hot book! The sex scenes were more than explicit and very daring. If you're more into atmospheric settings and romantic descriptions - forget this book! On the other hand, if you like you're descriptions cracking, substantial, good and solid - DON'T miss this one.
The story line evolves around a one-night stand with consequences. More specifically, there were more than one encounters but the initial one that was supposed to be the only one got Joss Daniels pregnant. She wants to tell Army Special Forces Sgt. Brady Scott what happened but he sends different "signals", which don't allow Joss to reveal her pregnancy to him. In any case, she chooses a moment to tell him, but without her knowledge this is the worst possible instant to tell Brady. His devastating reaction forces her to drastic measures - she forbids him to ever talk to her again. Shortly after that Brady regrets his reaction and finally realizes what his real feelings are for Joss. And exactly then the book makes a very nice turn.
I started my thoughts about the sexual content of the book and would like to close with this issue since I believe that stories containing explicit sex scenes could be viewed controversially. In any case, when writing about casual sex between two adults, I believe that certain descriptions are necessary to create the adequate "frame" for the plot. In the course of the plot these scenes were used strategically to support the actions of the main characters and their changes in mind and behavior. According to my opinion this was achieved very successfully, especially because the book didn't concentrate on these scenes but evolved around them.
In any case a hot and entertaining book.