Thursday, February 19, 2009

No Peeking by Stephanie Bond

No Peeking by Stephanie Bond (Harlequin Blaze – Sex for Beginners)

What was this book about?

Violet Summerlin helps those that need assistance – and are wealthy enough to pay for it. Whether it is walking your dog or checking out businesses she will do it for you. That means that Violet has had to be very disciplined and it as transferred to every part of her life.

This discipline is put on hold when she gets a letter she wrote to herself in college. She took a course – Sex for Beginners – that made her evaluate what she wanted in her fantasy life.

When Dominick Burns finds the letter in some other paperwork that Violet brings him – he can’t help but want to act on it. They have always been attracted and now he knows how to bring the best out from her.

Is this just a game for Dominick? What does it mean for Violet? Can she trust him?

What did you think about the book?

Interesting premise. Writing to yourself in the future – telling yourself what you want most out of a romantic relationship. No matter what the subject thinking of yourself in the future and writing down what you think you want and seeing if you get it is quite interesting.

In terms of the story itself – the strong points were – the main hero is fun. He likes things that are different and fun. And he helps Violet see that she can enjoy it as well. I liked that. This is a fast and fun read.

What genre would you consider this?


Question for You!

Have you ever written something to yourself in the future? Did you save it and open it when you were supposed to?

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