Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Kaily Hart, Picture This

Title: Picture This

Author: Kaily Hart

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: Quickie

ISBN E-Book:9781419929113

Publisher: Ellora's Cave


Reviewer: Yvette Lowe


Desperate and young, Jillian Moore did something she knew would one day come back to bite her in the ass. She’d posed nude. For money. Years later, and on the fast track to a successful career, she’s still haunted by her mistake. She can’t help but wonder when her past will catch up with her.

Samuel Steele is not short on female attention, but the women who warm his bed pale in comparison to the fantasy he’s created of the seductive temptress in the painting hanging prominently in his bedroom. A fantasy that has ruined his once-satisfying sex life. When he discovers that her exact likeness works in his building—works for him, in fact—things get interesting. Perhaps there’s hope for his sex life after all…


Jillian knew that the crazy things she did when she was younger would come back to haunt her, but she never knew it could be this bad. So when she loses track of her mistake, she starts to panic now she has to come up with a plan.

Samuel has lost his mind—well not really—but he can't stop thinking about the woman in the picture he recently purchased. Now when his personal life starts to suffer from his fantasy woman, he has to find her.

Imagine how shocked he is when he finds someone that looks almost identical to her, right in his building working for him. And now it’s time to put his plan into action.

Kailey Hart has written a wonderful story about something we have all faced; mistakes in our past. She has added a sexy, hot hero to save the day. But there is a lot that they must overcome, and Jillian must be able to get over her embarrassment of the picture she posed for and the fact her boss has it, but it will be so much fun while the workout their kinks in the relationship.

1 comment:

Kaily Hart said...

Yvette, thank you so much for taking the time to read and review, Picture This! And thanks for the fabulous review. I'm glad you enjoyed the book.