Also by this author: Mad About You
Series: Italian Connection #2
Published by Entangled: Brazen on June 9, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Mistaken Identity
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Tina Borlenghi is a billionaire businesswoman, heiress to the Borlenghi fortune, and living la dolce vita. She's also a magnet for men who crave fame and celebrity. So while in New York City launching a new fashion boutique, Tina is more than intrigued when sports bar owner Luke Pederson mistakes her for a sales assistant. He's sexier than sin and only interested in her. What's the harm in a little steamy role-playing?
Luke can't get enough of Tina. And yet, something feels…off. Why is she so secretive? As their role-playing encounters become more erotic, Luke’s suspicions grow. The woman rocking his world is hiding something. Something big. He’s ready to play for keeps, but finding out who Tina really is may just turn the tables on everything he thought he knew about love.
Erin: In a refreshing change where the woman is the one with the fame and the money, Joan Kilby’s Turning the Tables is a very quick and fun read. A billionaire heiress and the owner of a sports bar make for a winning combination.
This one has a bit of everything. A very likable couple, some steamy sex, and low drama. Heiress Tina Borlenghi meets the sexy and charming Luke Pederson in a case of mistaken identity. Tina decides to keep her identity a secret, and well, I’m sure you can guess how that turns out once the truth is revealed. But in the meantime, there are plenty of sexy times for these two. These two were really playful and enjoyable together, even though the plot and climax are predictable. Still, it was a quick, steamy read and I’ll be checking out more of Joan Kilby’s work in the future.
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