Sinclair Jeffries thought she knew what she was getting into when her zany, gay friend, Jesse Eddington, talked her into portraying his girlfriend during his parent’s anniversary party on Huntington Beach. That is, until she met Reed, Jesse’s sexy as hell older brother, and ends up getting much more than what she’d bargained for. Reed Eddington assumed his future was settled until he met Sinclair, his brother’s so-called “girlfriend”, but the raw, sexual tension between them is hard to ignore. As he watches their ruse from the sidelines, he finds himself wanting to uncover more than just the amusing little facade. Due to sexual content and heavy subject matter, this book is recommended for ages 18+
Paperback: 284 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 18, 2013)
I love it when I find a book that grabs my attention and holds it all the way to the last page! Anyone who loves steamy, funny and thrilling novels…..this is a must read for you! –Kristie (Amazon)
Cute, light, romantic read. Had a little bit of everything…sex, romance, suspense, comedy. I will definitely read more by this author! Do not judge it by the cover –Kitten
I loved this book. I read it in 3 hours. Could not put it down. It’s a must read. You will love it. –Sissy 1976
About the Author
K.L. Middleton is from the Midwest. She is also the author of the popular Zombie Games (series) and Night Roamers (series). Visit her website at www.kristenmiddleton.com.
This story has all this great build up to what you think is going to be this hot explosive connection between Sin and Reed and then you are just totally let down by the less than satisfying ending. While I loved the idea of the story line…Sinclair ‘Sin’ is helping out her best ‘gay’ guy friend by posing as his girlfriend at his parents anniversary party. Then she meets the irresistible but unavailable older brother, Reed, and even though she’s suppose to be dating the brother and Reed has a fiancee, sparks start flying. Lots of sexual tension and stolen moments that heat up the situation and lots of family drama to boot. All of this I loved. Then there’s the whole stalker element, which I could take or leave. My biggest complaint about this story is it has all this build up and then it just fizzles and dies, and you are left feeling like “That’s it! That’s how the story ends. That is NOT a satisfying ending AT ALL!” You have these two great characters that you so want to be together and I just want to rewrite the ending of this book. And I want to kill off the stalker in a really gruesome and terrible way.