Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Review - Quinn's Virgin Woman by Sam Crescent

Quinn's Virgin Woman
by Sam Crescent
Release Date: February 11, 2015
Genre: Erotic Romance, M/F, Contemp
Publisher: ARe 

Book Description:
Claiming his woman will be his greatest mission yet!
After completing his last mission Quinn Powell is leaving the Navy SEALs behind to tackle what just might be his greatest challenge yet, claiming Kaley Woods. The woman is both his sister's best friend and Quinn’s greatest weakness, two things that would send any sane man running in the opposite direction. But then Quinn’s not the type to run. 
When Kaley heard that Quinn was coming home, she wondered if he’d still affect her in the same way. Now that he’s living in her apartment, she has her answer. Everywhere she turns, he’s there—strong and intent—his effect on her more powerful than ever. She knows he’s returned in search of something. What she doesn’t realize is he’s come determined to make Kaley his…in every way possible.

 My Review:
This book is the perfect example of why I am a HUGE fan of author Sam Crescent!  Quinn has loved Kaley for years but became a SEAL to give her time to go to college and live a little before settling down.  Of course, Kaley doesn't know that Quinn has loved her for years, she thought it was all one sided.  Quinn is now ready to claim his woman and with his sister's help, her love as well.  I loved this sweet yet very sexy story with its wonderful blend of romance, humor and sexual chemistry.  The building of Quinn and Kaley's relationship was so engrossing and endearing.  I was eagerly turning the pages to see how their story would unfold.  I highly recommend this wonderful story by an amazing author. ~Booklover Sue

About the Author:
Sam Crescent is passionate about fiction. She loves a good erotic romance and so it only made sense for her to spread her wings and start writing. She began writing in 2009 and finally got that first acceptance in 2011.  
She loves creating new characters and delving into the worlds that she creates. When she’s not panicking about a story or arguing with a character, she can be found in her kitchen creating all kinds of havoc. Like her stories the creations in the kitchen can be just as dubious but sometimes things turn out great.

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