Title: Pink Satin
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 7 March 2011
Author: Jennifer Greene
I think I mentioned it before. I never was a contemporary romance book lover until I discovered Jennifer Greene’s existence. She made me want to read more of that genre, simply because she proved to me that contemporary romance can be much more satisfying than the regular romance genre.
As usual, Ms. Greene did not disappoint, and I find myself enjoying a yet another one of her book, Pink Satin. And like most of her books, I could easily relate with her characters and the reality inside of the book in question.
Pink Satin is a heartwarming and romantic tale, and is an easy read. Apart from that, Pink Satin is also very inspiring, witty and very close to reality. The storyline does not exaggerate and the characters development was well done. I enjoyed reading Pink Satin very much, and it’s going to be added into the ‘to be read again’ book list.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. This book will be re- published on 7 March 2011. For more information on this title, click here to visit the author’s website.
I received this ARC from Carina Press via Netgalley and I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
With the figure of a sex symbol and a career as a lingerie executive, Greer Lothrop is used to attracting more than her fair share of male attention. After years of unwanted stares, she is far more comfortable playing mother hen than femme fatale.
She’s shocked when there’s nothing motherly about the feelings her new neighbor, engineer Ryan McCullough, arouses in her. She’s never been attracted to a man of such raw sexuality before. What is it about Ryan that has her confiding in him-and falling into his arms-within hours of meeting?
It’s clear Ryan isn’t interested in Greer for her chicken soup. He’s not falling for her girl-next-door routine either, no matter how hard she tries to deny their chemistry. He knows there’s a passionate woman behind the facade-and he knows just how to awaken her…