Coffee Time Romance & More




ISBN-13: 978-0-373-79502-4
October 2009
Harlequin Blaze
216 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Adventurous and flamboyant is not exactly how Gina Thomas would describe herself; that would be the exclusive property of her sister Tracey. Gina prefers to blend in and keep things simple, but with a sister like Tracey that is not always possible.

Being a divorce attorney, Mason Scott feels like he has a pretty positive outlook on marriage. He really loves what he does, especially when he can help two people work out their differences, or at least come to an amicable separation.

Gina is fairly fed up with helping Tracey out of one scrape after another, but this time she has really gone too far. Slinky and sexy is so not Gina’s style, but when push comes to shove she will do almost anything to help her sister, even seducing one very hunky lawyer. Gina’s deception angers Mason, but there is something so appealing about her that he is drawn like a moth to a flame. This time, however, Gina's sister has definitely bitten off more than she can chew, and the fallout could be disastrous for everyone.

Playing dress-up is a sure fire way to ignite any relationship, and for Gina it allows her the freedom to open her heart. However, the continuous battle she wages in her head over what is real and what is fantasy is one thing I found perturbing about her personality. Mason, on the other hand, is a total straight shooter with honesty and integrity in every action. They make such a fun and exciting couple it really warms your heart to read their story.

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