Falling for You
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Newly single Cassidy Quinn is thrilled to be a contestant on the new reality dating show The One. But her excitement turns to horror when the gorgeous bachelor turns out to be her ex-boyfriend. Seeing Brad again makes Cassidy realize she might not be as “over him” as she thought—and then she meets hunky cameraman Evan Burke.
After watching his brother lose his wife in a tragic accident, Evan vows never to fall in love. But following Cassidy around as her personal cameraman makes him question his decision, and resisting her gets harder with every sunbathing, bikini-wearing day.
Cassidy and Evan begin a forbidden affair while her ex-boyfriend tries to win her heart back one groping, awkward moment at a time. If Cassidy can manage to stop falling off horses (literally), stop falling onto her ex-boyfriend, the bachelor (yes, literally), and stop falling in love with backstage playboy Evan, she might still make it through the show without becoming a tabloid sensation.
But soon Cassidy must choose between the ex who broke her heart and the cameraman who might never love her back. For Cassidy, this reality show just got real.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
Cute steamy read
Really cute book about a Bachelor type of show. Nice love story that has you guessing who Cassidy will end up with. From the epilogue you have to hope there's going to be a sequel!
Fun and Sexy
Two words describe Heather Thurmeier's latest book: Fun and Sexy. I have to admit I am not a reality show fan and my bookshelf mainly holds Romantic Suspense - but I couldn't help but love Cassidy! Cute, fallible and totally relatable, I want to invite Cassidy over for drinkis at my house. She is thoroughly entertaining. This book is a quick read and I can't wait for the remaining books in Heather's trilogy - she will make a Chick Lit reader out of me yet! Note: I was provided an ARC for review as a professional courtesy. No monetary or other compensation was involved.