1, Independence Falls - Book One: Independence Falls
Sara Jane Stone
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No touching allowed …
After serving her country, Georgia Trulane craves adventure—and sex. She's set her sights on her brother's best friend—now her boss, since she took a temporary job as his nephew's live-in nanny. Only problem? Eric refuses to touch her. That doesn't stop Georgia from seducing him. But an earth-shattering encounter leaves her fully exposed, body and soul.
Eric has a long list of reasons to steer clear of the woman he has wanted for as long as he can remember. For one, he refuses to be her next thrill ride. When he claims her, it will be for good. But the attraction is undeniable, and the more they fight it, the stronger it pulls. But will it be enough to conquer their obstacles?
Independence Falls Book 1
As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly
5 out of 5 Licks
Sara Jane Stone is a new author to me and she did not disappoint with Full Exposure. I am a big fan of the best friend in love with a sibling story line. Eric is such a sweet man. He's taken over the care of his nephew, Nate, and is so devoted to him. The scenes with Nate are so adorable, I fell in love with him myself. I haven't read a lot of books where the heroine is former military so it was a refreshing change of pace. You don't hear a lot about her deployment but she is clearly still working through it. Eric is trying to help her out by providing her with a job and a place to live. It was inevitable that the attraction would finally break the untouchable line between them and when it does it is so hot my iPad overheated. I am thrilled to have found a new author to add to my list. The next one in this series is sure to be just as great. I can't wait for September!
Some parts are amazing but the horrible communication and hang-ups had me irritated and I am not finishing the book. Ugh why must these books always have people with so many mental blocks, it's old