"Career and love will intersect--are you ready to play?"
Experience has taught ad exec Logan Moore that office affairs always end in disaster. Which is why his online romance with Scorpio63 is exactly what he needs right now--the anonymous, steamy encounters help him forget the secret urge for Trisha he gets every day.…
"Today you'll clear up the mystery shrouding your love life, but will you like what you find?"
Virtual sex with Pisces47 is so sinfully good it leaves Trisha Bains hungrier for the good, old-fashioned kind with Mr. Moore, her unattainable boss. But a chance remark of his makes her think the unthinkable: could the private sex fantasies she's been indulging in now become her reality?
Logan is a man who has been burned but good. He dated and then married a woman who worked for him in is Ad agency but once she became his wife she revealed that all she had wanted him for was his agency. She took his heart and half his agency with him in the divorce…oh, and most of his clients. Logan has sworn that he will not be dating an employee ever again cuz they just can’t be trusted.
Trish yearns for Logan in a big bad way. She is hot for everything about the man but he doesn’t seem to give her the time of day when it might come to a personal relationship. When she finds a brochure for lovesign.com, a cybersex website, she decides to get Logan out of her mind once and for all. Trisha finds Pisces47 an incredibly wonderful and sensitive cyber lover but she still can’t seem to get Logan out of her head. The problem is…she’s just found out that Pisces47 is Logan. Oh the dilemma!
This was a cute, fun book. The cybersex was pretty wicked and I liked Logan and Trisha together…because they do get together...I’m not saying how. Logan’s observances of Trisha in her every day life at the office made me sigh with pleasure. When he starts telling her little things about herself that he’s noticed, he got me. Oh how I love men who notice and appreciate the little nuances in a woman.
But Logan had such trust issues and Trisha certainly had some unrealistic expectations of the poor man. Despite their issues I thought that this was a most enjoyable read.
I’d say that the only thing I didn’t like about this book was the secondary story. It was a very cute story in itself but I just felt it was filler and completely unnecessary to Logan and Trisha’s story.
Rating: 3 out of 5