I hired her to fix my company, to bring Marks Lingerie back to life. I didn’t expect her to become my friend. I didn’t expect to fall in love with her.
Damn my fears.
7% in, I am pretty sure she had me Trey walks by, his jacket on, keys in hand, and I already hate this glass wall that separates my office from the hall. Each pass of his suit reminds me of a donut shop display, a million calories, lined up to tempt you. A million mistakes, all brightly lit and just a touch away. Just before his office, he turns his head, our eyes meet, and it’s like biting into a dark chocolate eclair. That one hold of eye contact-it’s addictive, the promise of more, the knowledge that you should put it down and walk away
Y’all, I wanted that damn eclaire! bahaha
The writing is flawlessly tempting. The push and pull between Trey and Kate is exquisite. In some ways our bond seems unflappable. In other ways, we seem as fragile as glass. I could not wait to turn the page. I needed to know what was going to happen between them. Was it going to happen, was it not? Their chemistry was off the charts and, I swear I was cursing they wouldn’t happen. I wondered if I would just have to stand on the other side of the glass dessert case. Or about us. We could sum up our entire relationship in those three words. Attraction. Avoidance.
Love in Lingeries was well written, enjoyable, developed, and sexy as……
5 stars for sure