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Erotic Research

by Mari Carr

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Steamy, intense and awesome! Ross is a romantic at heart, but only when it comes to Jules. She has been in love with him for a long time, but chose to ignore it. The dynamic between these two is great. The plot was fun, with the snowstorm trapping her in the cabin, and it being Ross's idea to trap himself with her. Then, when the "research" begins, the book gets hard to put down. The conflict of the story might have been a little silly, but it worked with the story. Both were too guarded to express their real feelings for each other, so they faught instead. I liked that Julia was new to all the things that Ross was willing to share with her. It made it an intersting read. Overall, I loved it. One of the best I've read! ( )
  kysmom02 | Mar 12, 2009 |
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Passion ignites when fiction becomes reality and a little erotic research turns to love.

Romance writer Julia Martin is fine with her life, just the way it is. Her simple apartment, successful career and Thursday night pizza dates with her too-hot-for-words editor Ross are more than enough for her. At least, that’s what she thinks until her cat dies.

Ross Philips has spent years lusting after his shy best friend, but fears his rather strong sexual desires will be too much for Julia. When she falls into a depression over the death of her cat and stops writing, Ross decides she needs a change.

His suggestion? A new genre—erotica. And, of course, being such a good friend and editor, he even plans to help her do a little research.
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