Wednesday, July 18, 2012

"We have uteruses-they give us magic color sense."

Playing Dirty by Susan Anderson

When old enemies are thrown together, all bets are off…

Way back in high school, golden boy Cade Gallari publicly revealed he'd slept with "fat girl" Ava Spencer to win a bet. Now a decade older and a head turner with her own concierge business, Ava isn't the gullible dreamer she once was— and she plans to prove it when Cade, hotter than ever, breezes back into town with an offer she can't refuse.

A documentary film producer, Cade is shooting a movie about the mysterious mansion Ava inherited. And he wants her as his personal concierge. She's certainly professional enough to be at his beck and call without giving him everything he wants. Like another shot at having her in his bed. But Ava doesn't count on Cade's determination. Because he's never gotten over her— and he's not above playing dirty to score a second chance at a red–hot future.

My Thoughts

This book was amazing. I could definitely read it again. There were a lot of ups and downs between the two main characters, Cade and Ava. If I was in Ava's position there would be know way I would have forgiven him that fast, I would at least have made him work for it. I'm glad that Ava is happy the way her body is and she doesn't let her mom control her life and weight. I'm really happy that in the end that it all worked out for Cade and Ava.

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