Courting Gossip

Kimberly Dean
Courting Gossip
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Publisher
Mischief
Release Date
July 2016
ISBN
9780008181079
Series
Book 5 of The Courting Series
Genre
Erotic Romance

SUMMARY
High class escort, Genieve, gets caught in the act with a politician and gossip goes wild. Flame-haired and curvy, Genieve is used to attracting attention, but her employer, Luxxor Limited, can't stand the heat. They task her with lying low until the scandal blows over, in the protection of the one man she's never been able to charm: Brody Haynes.

Power player Brody fixes politicians' problems, but keeping Genieve out of sight is a challenge. The sexy redhead is smart and her sense of humor disarms him. Brody tries to concentrate on cleaning up the mess around Senator Gunderson, but his new housemate is a big distraction. And a bored Genieve is also a handful.

Stuck alone together, the stern fixer and the vivacious escort discover that opposites do attract and the best way to stay out of the spotlight is to stay under the covers. But when the whispers about Luxxor only intensify, maybe it's time for them to give people something else to talk about.

Book Review by Gabrielle Sally (author,reviewer)
Aug 11, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
144 people found the following review helpful
COURTING GOSSIP by Kimberly Dean is book five in the Courting Series and I really enjoyed it.

Genieve is a high-end escort working for an agency that caters to a specific clientele who can afford their services. Caught in a scandal, she's forced to hide out with the company's fixer (Brody). And the sparks fly.

Likes: the internal dialogue going on in Genieve's head, her ability to think on her feet, her sense of humor, the way she can get Brody completely tongue-tied, their interactions, the way Brody talks in his sleep, and the list goes on.

Dislikes: * cues dead air music * I have no complaints.

I'm not going into any lengthy descriptions of the story as you can find that elsewhere, what I will say is COURTING GOSSIP is smartly written with strong characters in a seemingly impossible situation of their making (mostly) and I enjoyed every moment of it. Everything from the intrigue/mystery starting with how the internet press team found out about her date with the senator down to the game of darts (which I now want to play again), to the oh so very strong attraction between Jenny (Genieve) and Brody; all make for an explosive good read.
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