Feb 062014
 

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Hott Synopsis:

Leah and Jack have been best friends for years. He’s the reason she managed to survive school and graduate. Now, though she’s been through four colleges in four years and is still without a degree. She’s had a disastrous experience with a reality show. Now she’s returning to her Grandmother’s Lucky Harbor home to help with her bakery until Grandma recovers from her recent knee surgery.

Jack has been longing for Leah since she deserted him just after she graduated. He’s never told her or anyone else exactly how much she means to him. So, when she tells his mother that they’re dating to relieve his mothers guilt Jack has no idea hw to react – should he give into what Ed always wanted or keep pretending they’re just friends so he doesn’t get hurt?

Hott Review:

What I liked: I loved the characters. Their personalities were wonderful and I loved the angst of Jack and Leah pretending to pretend that they loved each other – too cute!
What I didn’t like: There was too much steam for me. Also, I kept getting periphial characters confused – there were quite a few.

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Author: Jill Shalvis
Source: Grand Central Publishing via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Steam: Scorcher
Setting: Lucky Harbor, Washington
Series: Lucky Harbor #8

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