- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- November 2010
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Allie Franklin's on a flight to interview for the job that could skyrocket her career. The last thing she expects is to meet the man of her dreams. Now he's sitting in the seat next to her and she knows it's an opportunity she can't pass up.
Tom Armstrong's focused on his career as a doctor and the interview at the hospital that will clinch his new job, but he's more than willing to make Allie's dreams come true.
Neither one expects more than one night of pleasure. But what if one night is not enough?
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Nov 25, 2010 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
176 people found the following review helpful
Wild, hot and sexy! This book makes no bones about being an erotic romance. From the first scene, we get the hint that naughty goings-on might be happening soon, and on the plane no less!
Allie Franklin was going to Grand Rapids for a job interview when who should be sitting next to her on the plane but her dream lover turned flesh! Instant attraction flared between her and Dr. Tom Armstrong, and before she knew it, they were getting it on in the plane, in the taxi...Would this turn into something more or would the flames die down after their curiosity about each other is satisfied?
Allie is refreshingly uninhibited, but well, what can we expect from a woman whose dream lover gave her multiple orgasms throughout the years? Naturally, when she finally meet him in the flesh, she'd grab the opportunity to jump his bones.
Tom was yummy and decisive, and ooh, a doctor too. Something about doctors always tickle my fancy, and I also especially like the phone call he had with his dad. I wasn't at first pleased with his name, as it's too common, but later on, the author revealed the reason why he has such an ordinary name and it's all tied up in the story. But I've forgiven him for the name because he's so romantic! If I were Allie, dream lover or not, I'd take him!
Just when I thought I know how the story's going to go, the twist at the end took me by surprise. And I found myself flipping (virtually) through the last few pages to see how everything would turn out for them. I finished the book on a satisfied, happy sigh.
Sarina Wilde's come up with a fun, brilliant read and I can't wait to read more of her works!
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