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Heartbreaker

by Monica Robinson

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This is a story about Charity who hasn't had the best of luck when it comes to men. None of her relationships have lasted more than three months and her current relationship with Nick has hit the three month mark. She is listening to a radio show about love and her brother is the guest speaker and who should call but Nick complaining about their sex life and how she is "faking"it. So to get away from Nick and the situation she agrees to take an undercover assignment on Fantasy Cruises. There are rumors that these cruises are nothing more than a floating orgy and it is up to Charity to find the truth.

Charity boards the ship and hears women talking about the "Heartbreaker" and how they hope they can spend time with him. She sets out to find the "Heartbreaker" and use him for the basis of her story. What she doesn't know is that the "Heartbreaker" is her best friend, Scott who broke her heart and left her behind years ago. She is surprised to come face to face with Scott.

She starts off to find out from Scott about the rumors but feels guilty in using him. Scott has always been the love them and leave them guy but with Charity it feels different. He wants to be the one to rock her world. Their friendship pretty much picks up where they left off years ago. However, they take their relationship a step further and become lovers. Charity has finally found a man that can please her in the bedroom.

I liked Charity because she set out to write a story that could make a name for herself as a journalist but decided that writing the story would jeopardize Scott's job as well as other people on the ship. She put others before herself. What I liked about Scott was he finally grew up. He couldn't wait to get out of the town he grew up in but then he realized all he wanted was to go back home and become a man who Charity could be proud of. I liked this love story about finding lost loves and reuniting. The sex scenes were hot! I was interested in this story because I go on a lot of cruises and loved that the backdrop was about a cruise. This is the first book that I have read of Monica Robinson but look forward to reading more.

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  MyBookAddiction | Jul 26, 2013 |
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