Series: The Santinis #2
Published by Self Published on May 10, 2013
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Marco is the quiet one of the four brothers which works well for his career as a Navy Seal. Living in Hawaii is a dream come true, his only probably is the infatuation he has for his landlady. He' s not sure he wants to act on his attraction until his brothers push Marco' s temper with a little harmless flirting.
Alana Kailikea is a woman who understands loss. Her entire family was killed when she was only eighteen, leaving her an heiress. A bad experience with gold digger has left her wary of most men—especially gorgeous men like Marco. She never expected him to ask her out, or that it would lead to a romance that has them burning up the sheets. Still, she tells him that an affair is all she wants.
Marco doesn' t want an affair—he wants forever. He agrees to her idea of an affair determined to use every chance she gives to convince her that they were made for each other.
This is novella number two in a four novella series. As with the first one I really enjoyed this one too. I liked Alana’s character from the beginning and felt bad for her because of her family issues. Marco’s a sexy SEAL and has three brothers who are all in the military. The four of them are who this series is based upon.
Even though this is a short read I thoroughly enjoyed it. The attraction Alana & Marco shared was strong upon them meeting each other and I enjoyed watching these two fall for each other.
The sexual content with this one is comparable to mainstream romance.
Up next is Gianni’s book. From what I can tell he’s quite the character and I can’t wait for him to meet the women who’s going to snatch him up.
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