Saturday reads is a Meme hosted here on Scorching Book Reviews. Here we tell readers the book we have read this week that has captured our hearts the most. It could be a new read, an old read or one not out just yet.
Every girl’s fantasy…one woman’s dream
Sophie Butler is sure she’s about to lose her much-needed cleaning job. She’s not only walked in on a guest—a violation of her employer’s cardinal rule—but she can’t seem to tear her gaze away from his gorgeous, naked-as-the-day-he-was-born body.
If all that isn’t bad enough, her usually sensible judgment and behavior are clouded by a nagging sense of familiarity. She knows the man from somewhere, she just can’t quite place him.
Nathan Pace is certain he’s just lost his jealously guarded anonymity. But hold on…if she’s just another fan looking for a piece of his alter ego, rock star Jamie Speed, why is she blushing six shades of scarlet? And why is he instantly aroused? When he catches a glimpse of her eyes, he knows. She’s the woman who for ten years has haunted his dreams.
The attraction that flares between them is undeniable—and unstoppable. But getting close means risking Nathan’s secret identity. Just this once, he’d like a woman to fall for the real man, not the press’s version of a celebrity superstar.
Warning: This may be an erotic contemporary romance, but it does contain a hint of fantasy. And when that fantasy involves erotic dreams about a gorgeous rock star, you know you’re gonna want the fantasy to become reality…
I really enjoyed See You in My Dreams by Jess Dee. This is my first read by Jess, who comes highly recommended from a friend and I can see why. In under 200 pages, Jess Dee was able to make me feel, (oh did she make me feel!) and connect with these two characters who long for something else, but not quite sure what. Her writing is smooth and effortless making this an exciting fast read. Sophie’s reaction to walking in on Nathan was hysterical, but very realistic too. I loved watching them fight their growing attraction to each other after knowing who they are.
Best part? When Nathan calls a shocked and bewildered Sophie on stage to sing to her. HOLY HOT DAMN!