ISBN# (10): 1-4022-1339-5 / (13): 978-1-4022-1339-7
Sourcebooks Casablanca (An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc.)
PO Box 4410, Naperville, Illinois 60567-4410
Rating: 4 Cups
Rosalie Ronaldi wishes her mother would stop pushing the marriage envelope. She is a woman of many things, but being all out crazy is not in her vocabulary, especially when it comes to getting married. She is all career woman, no strings attached.
Dominick Romeo is a millionaire bachelor with a good head for business. He comes to Rosalie’s rescue when she needs a spare. Always the one to fight women off with a stick, this is one dynamite looker he would like to get to know better.
Rosalie sees Joey on a couple dates, maybe a few tumbles in the bed, but only to keep her mother off her back about marriage. As for Joey he decides to give Rosalie a small ring but she declines any marriage proposal. Joey quickly adds that it will be the best offer she will ever get. Goodbye Joey, hello Nick. One brief encounter with handsome, delicious Nick, who has built a chain of dealerships in New York, and heat ignites. Nick knows about hard work. Rosalie takes care of failing businesses, and when her job lands her at Premier Motorcars, she learns it just happens to be where Nick works. After Rosalie becomes sick, and Nick rushes in as her nurse, she is surprised to see how he cares for her. Has she finally found a man to live with forever? Or is there something about Nick that is just too clean?
Get ready for some hot chemistry, romance, and heated passion, with solid dialogue that does not lose the reader in Romeo, Romeo. Nick’s stroke is so hot, that when he and Rosalie’s fingers touch, one wonders will the heat ever be quenched? There are some great perks along the way, making the story even better. The mother is basically like any meddling mother who is eager to find the right man for her daughter. Robin Kaye creates a delightful read that sticks to the reader far past the last page. Completely satisfying, this terrific rolling romp, with vivacious characters and a storyline that leaves the reader clapping for joy, is excellent. Refreshing penmanship makes this an uplifting romance not to be missed.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance