Sherry Spencer couldn’t believe someone had deliberately written “for a good time, call Kit “ on a twenty dollar bill and provided the phone number. Being a good Samaritan she felt it was her duty to notify Kit of someone’s ridiculous prank. What she had not expected was a surly toned pompous man on the phone who reluctantly agreed to swap twenties and then gave her attitude about it. His loss she figured, really what man goes by the name Kit?
Christian “Kit” Fleming can’t wait to see the look on Sherry Spencer’s face when she realizes he is the CEO of the company her advertising agency is trying to land, not only that she thought his product was nothing special when he asked her about. He couldn’t wait to see the groveling begin. However, Sherry is a contradiction of everything he knows she didn’t even flinch when she saw him. She gave him her candid opinion and told him was wrong about a number of things, no one told Kit he was wrong, ever.
Battle between the wills, Sherry doesn’t have time for Kit and after a dinner he conned her into goes slightly awry with Sherry pretending she is dating Kit the lines have been crossed. Kit doesn’t do relationships, Sherry does the only thing they can both agree on is they are attracted to each other but Sherry’s stubborn stance has Kit trying to get creative in order to seduce her to his bed.
I loved this, thought it was witty and reminded me of an old Hepburn and Tracey film. I enjoyed Kit getting flustered on how to handle Sherry, he tries to be imaginative and boy does some of it backfire. Highly encourage to read.
Page Count: 150
Price: $ 4.99/10.95
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Star Rating: 4.5 Stars
Author's Website: http://www.bellebooks.com/shopexd.asp?id=213