Sunday, June 10, 2012
Not Just A Fling-Review
Charlotte Brody is on a mission. After a streak of bad relationships, she’s sworn off men. At least temporarily. A vacation in paradise is just the thing she needs to get her head straight. What shedoesn’t need is to meet a hot, sexy hunk dooming her to failure before she even gets started.
But it’s vacation, right? She doesn’t have to fall in love with the guy. Maybe they can just have a little fun together. The ocean, sun, margaritas and lots of hot, sweaty sex. Under the stars, under the table—anywhere and everywhere.
Kyle Eastman is in Cabo to escape the pain of his tragic past. He’s not in paradise to fall in love, but if it happens, he’s finally ready for it. In Charlotte, he sees everything he’s been looking for in a woman. And he can’t get enough of her silky skin, her beautiful mouth, her long, long legs… Now he needs to convince her to give them a chance, because he wants more than just a fling.
Good lord this book was hot! There was no surface left untouched with these two.
I complete understood where Charlotte was coming from. One bad relationship to another and not finding what she really wanted in the relationship. Taking a break from men in general, she embarks on a vacation that would completely change her outlook on men and on life.
Kyle Eastman was done dealing with his past and went on vacation to move forward. I love a man that has a plan. Planning his complete seduction of Charlotte will take more thought than he bargined for. I loved that Kyle was ready to move on and his connection with Charlotte was real, not forced.
Some of the scenes in this book are absolutely hiliarous. The misconnection betwen them at times was laugh out loud funny. Seriously. I felt like I was right there as a spectator and I couldn’t help but shake my head from the laughter. Great scenes Christie!
I felt the emotional connection between Kyle and Charlotte and while I liked the miscommunication scenes, it did crack my heart a bit. I really wanted those two to get together emotional. Physically, they already were there. *fans self*
When reality set in and it was time to go, what was Charlotte going to do? Read the book to find out.
Ms. Butler is a new to me author but not anymore. I loved her pacing, writing style and voice. I look forward to reading more of Ms. Butler’s work.
5 Harlie’s and a recommended read