NICE GIRLS DO
November 13, 2007
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Rating: 4 Cups
Cara Davis is finished with being a bad girl. She quits her job as a stripper and becomes respectfully employed at a hip coffee shop, The Bitter End.
Mark Sawyer has finally cleaned up his life. He’s a recovering addict who hurt those closest to him and is now part-owner of a construction company and wants to make it up to his family.
When Cara meets the boss’s son, Mark, she prays that he does not recognize her from their brief meeting at the Cactus Club, where she worked as a stripper. Soon they become allies as they join forces to help save the The Bitter End. Cara and Mark instantly feel an animal attraction to one another. Cara knows that he is the “bad boy” she has always wanted, but is trying to turn her life around. Plus, she is sort of dating Mark’s brother, which would not end well. If Cara wants to be a nice girl now, why is she feeling so “bad”?
Nice Girls Do is sinfully satisfying. Cara and Mark are electrifying characters. The storyline is interesting, but the chemistry between Cara and Mark that is so exhilarating. Very well written and tastefully erotic, Michelle Miles has brewed a wake up to rival any espresso caffeine high. This is not some fairy tale, but a story that could be true. If you are a nice girl and wish to do a little bad boy fantasizing, pick up Nice Girls Do. You will not be disappointed.
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