Friday, February 1, 2013

Review: Blindfolded Innocence by Alessandra Torre

Blindfolded Innocence
Author:Alessandra Torre
Price:$2.99 eBook
Publisher: Harlequin HQN
Genre: Erotic Romance

“Brad De Luca is incorrigible. The premier divorce attorney in town, he is a forty-year old walking hunk of sex, bedding half the town, including his own clients. Brad is used to getting whatever, and whomever, he wants, and when the newest intern arrives - Julia Campbell, a pre-law student fresh off a failed engagement - he embraces the challenge. Only, happy in her new independence, the last thing Julia wants, or needs, is an older man who could destroy her job prospects, and possibly her innocence.

Julia is confident in her sexuality, and her effect on men. But she is far out of her league. Before she knows it, Brad is stretching her boundaries and opening up a forbidden world of sensual and sexual exploration.”

This book captivated me right from the get go, until the end.  Without giving too much away, let’s just say that I have trouble letting go of my “what’s mine is mine and I ain’t sharing shit” mindset, but hey its fiction and to each their own right.  I found the characters to be very interesting.  Brad is the affluent older man, who is totally hot and completely honest about his sexual habits.  He has no desire to be a one woman man and he doesn’t hide that a bit.  Julia is young, but a very strong personality and has plenty of desire for Brad, but no desire for his wayward ways.  I love Julia’s straightforwardness, she tells Brad how it is, she doesn’t really hide her feelings or thoughts about him and I think that throws Brad a bit.  We will see how this story progresses in the next installment since now Julia has decided to at least give Brad and his wants a try.

Drue gives this book

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