Friday, January 20, 2012

Romance Book Review: Callie Croix's Touch Me

Author: Callie Croix
ISBN: 978-1-4268-9297-4
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Publisher: Carina Press

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On the erotic romance factor this story receives a scorching hot and the romance chemistry these two characters sizzles off the pages.

Tianna (Tia) is just getting over a bad marriage and staying at her  friend Alex's home while he is away in the army, when Alex comes home unexpectedly Tia knows she can't stay at the house.

Not because Alex doesn't want her there. Alex would like nothing better then to keep Tia with him and spend days just touching her, but since she's his best friend's twin sister and just getting over a bad relationship he knows that won't happen. What he doesn't realize is that Tia wants him just as much. Not only does she want him, but the things she wants him to do to her would surprise him.

This is my first book by this author, but I'll be checking around for more. This was just a short story, it will be interesting to see what she can do with a full novel.

Arriving home on leave from his tour of duty, Army Captain Alex Montoya knows there's a beautiful woman waiting for him-his best friend's sister. She's always been off limits...until now. He fully intends to move them out of being "just friends" and encourage her to release the sexual needs he senses she's buried deep.

Tianna McIntyre is starting over after her marriage ended. Her ex-husband weakened her self-esteem and caused her to deny her true sexual desires. But being around Alex brings all her dormant fantasies to the surface, and now Tianna feels the stirrings of her secret, submissive wishes.

Determined to help repair the damage Tianna's ex did to her self-worth, Alex will use whatever means necessary to convince her they're meant for each other, including tying her down to make sure he has her full attention while he takes her to the heights of pleasure she's always dreamed of...

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