Series: Lovibond #3
Published by Self-Published on August 4th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Craft beer and the sexy men who brew it.
My employee’s daughter. The tomboy. The kid who once did odd jobs around the brewery. That’s all she was… until three years passed and she walked into my office for an interview.
Frankee Dawson is no longer that girl I once called Kiddo. She’s grown into a beautiful, sexy, desirable woman. Very desirable. And that’s a problem. She’s my employee’s daughter. Lovibond family. And too young for me. Too innocent.
I want to feel her respond to my kiss.
I want her body to tremble as she anticipates my touch.
I want to learn all the places that bring her pleasure.
But mostly I want her to know that she’s never truly been loved by a man until me.
Frankee is my intern and under me for the summer. Literally. It’s a difficult secret to maintain when you can’t keep your hands off each other.
This was supposed to be a hot summer fling. Sex and fun without commitment. That’s what we called it. But we were wrong. This is more. I’ve never felt this way about a woman. Never cared more about someone else’s happiness more than my own.
I love her. And I’m happy, so damn happy… until a terrible mistake from my past springs forward and threatens to rip us apart.
There are a million reasons for her to leave me. And trust me, she should. But all I really need is one good reason for her to stay.
Say it isn’t so! Lie to me, tell me this isn’t the last time we will be hearing about the men of this remarkable Lovibond Series. Again, this book can be read as a standalone but they are even better when read together. So, more about Porter…
As expected, business is going well for Lovibond. Porter is in need of an intern to shoulder some of the graphic design and marketing responsibilities. Frankee Dawson is one of the applicants applying for the position. She has so many desirable qualifications – she has her degree, she is recognized, talented and she isn’t a stranger to the company either. She is also a distraction…. still, Porter couldn’t resist hiring her.
That isn’t the only thing he couldn’t resist. Her, simply HER. The attraction between Porter and Frankee was mutual early on. It was powerful enough where they didn’t even hesitate to act upon it. It was just supposed to be a summer fling so all the negatives at first weren’t taken into consideration.
Their relationship evolved beautifully. Even when there were multiple issues going against them such as fraternizing, the age difference and some other serious allegations which I won’t get into. All of this could have been completely awkward but Georgia Cates tackled each and one of these with ease and finesse. She couldn’t have done a better job if she tried.
There may have been a few things that I wish were elaborated on a little more but despite this, I enjoyed the book anyway. Overall, Lovibond is a great series. Hopefully, we will hear more about these couples (especially their kiddos) in the future.