Love Thy Neighbor

Sophie Wintner
Love Thy Neighbor
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Entangled: Lovestruck
Release Date
October 2014
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance

He's designed for delicious trouble...

Interior designer Nikki Norris is at the end of her rope. She's lost her business, and her fiancé who called off their engagement. Now she's broke and on her own, living in a loft apartment she can barely afford. But something in her feng shui must be working, because her new neighbor across the hall is a sexy Brit fashion photographer...and he has just the thing to turn Nikki's bad luck around.

Dallas is tired of stick-thin fashion models with no personality. So when his curvaceous new neighbor, Nikki, seeks his help in making her ex jealous, Dallas is only too happy to oblige the woman who sets his libido on fire every time she walks into a room. Dallas, not being one to make commitments, thinks all he wants is a little taste of Nikki. But will it be enough?

Just as Nikki and Dallas hatch their plan, the wicked chemistry between them—growing more irresistible by the second—complicates things. Now the lines between make-believe and making love blur. Have Nikki and Dallas found a perfect arrangement... or have they designed the perfect plan for disaster?

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Dec 01, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
91 people found the following review helpful
Fresh from the wounds of a broken engagement, Nikki Norris just wants some answers from her ex. When she meets her neighbor, fashion photographer Troy Dallas, she sees him as a perfect partner in crime to show her ex exactly what he is missing.

What starts out as a simple plan quickly turns into something much more complicated, thanks to the sparks created by Sophie Wintner in LOVE THY NEIGHBOR.

Packed with some jaw-dropping heat, this was a fun read that illustrates how the best laid plans can go awry. To keep the storyline from being too predictable, the author added an interesting twist that made me a bit fearful of a cliffhanger, but luckily I was wrong.

The interaction between the characters is fresh and exciting, particularly the combination of an interior designer and a hot Brit photographer. It's a perfect weekend read that will leave you ready to polish your own feng shui.
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