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On the run from her past, Rayna Halliday is devastated when her old car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. She soon finds that her ex has managed to block her credit cards, her accounts and even her cell phones in an attempt to exert his control over her. Giving in to him is something she refuses to do.
When the owners of O’Keefe’s Gas and Repair come to her rescue, they make her an offer that tantalizes the forbidden desires within her - she can find a way to pay for the car repairs or she can belong to them for two weeks and they’ll see to her repairs for free. At the sexual mercy of four gorgeous men for two weeks… Why not? She can have fun and get things straightened out, all at once. But there are two problems heading her way: an ex on a rampage and her heart that’s in for more than just fun.
©2013 Brynn Paulin (P)2014 Brynn Paulin
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By Cyndi on 05-16-15

Short, Hot and Dirty

If your looking for a short hot low plot read this book is a must! I really enjoyed it but I wasn't expecting any major plot when I started it and I got exactly what I was looking for!

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By Kd on 02-09-14

Uninspired; Unbelievable; Unlikeable

This erotic story is only for those who require no plausibility with your erotica. For me, the coming together of the h and all of the Hs happened waaayyy too easily. I would’ve preferred some degree of plausibility or explanation for the easiness with which this woman said yes to being with 4 men previously unknown to her and a previously unknown part of the U.S. They all fell into domesticity too easily to even be imagined.

And the immediate, special connection between Rayna and Jamie, one of the 4 males, didn’t make any sense either. Soul mates, really?! Really?! Unbelievable. Literally. Similarly, the h, Rayna, told all of her business to these strangers faster than is safe or smart for anybody, which diminished her character. She appeared more diminished, too, when the author, after days of sharing herself with 4 men she recently met, tried to convince the listener/reader that Rayna didn’t usually jump into bed easily or often. Yet, she didn’t really hesitate to have a ménage with 4 men. It all holds no water.

The author managed to create only a façade of emotional depth and care. It was sad, which was worse than if the author had just explained all of the sex as just a quest to get off. Acting as if it was more, especially in less than 24 hours, and especially when only sex has occurred, no real learning each other, was just sad.

Moreover, the sex-talk was another sad aspect. The author showed no uniqueness or sincerity in this arena. The author also barely acknowledged, and didn’t, in any meaningful way, that continuous vaginal intercourse impacts a woman’s body. Can you say sore, at least? The story just didn’t hold together, and the author failed to maintain continuity in the characters’ actions and views. The best thing I can say about this story is that it was short but still, not short enough.

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6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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