Tamara Clarkson just wonted for once to take a walk on the wild side and got more than she barganed for
1st book in the "for a good time call..." series by harlequin blaze. the premise is a group of women have a boot filled with business cards of men they've met and liked but maybe were not interested in... they put the card in the boot and another girl calls him up for a date to see if sparks fly!
In this book, Tamara's blind date Kyle stands her up, but his cousin Murphy takes Kyle's place because he's a nice guy.... Murphy poses as Kyle thinking he'll take Tamara out for a drink and it will be just a one time thing... and she'll never know that his cousin rejected her... But he really likes her and continues the charate as his wild guy cousin "Kyle", all the time he is afraid she won't like the real him because he's not really that wild a guy... She thinks she is looking for someone superfical but when she gets glimpses of the guy underneath,she finds herself falling for him...
A good read about a blind date!
I Loved this book!!! I cannot wait for the other books in the "for a good time call" series!
Name: Kyle Sullivan
Appearance: Black hair, gray-blue eyes yum!
Personality: Confusing: sometimes wild, sometimes uptight
Verdict: Gorgeous and sexy, but there's something just not right
Tamara Clarkson just wants a guy for some good times. And fun-loving Kyle Sullivan fills the bill! But he's a puzzling contradiction: charming and superficial one minute, serious and intense the next. It's almost as if he's not the man he says he is.
When his insensitive cousin decides to stand up his blind date, do-the-right-thing Murphy Sullivan offers to pose as good-time-boy Kyle. He'll just buy the lady a drink and be done with it. But he finds Tamara irresistibly sexual and if pretending to be his uninhibited cousin is what it takes, hey, why not? After all, it can't hurt to keep up the act for a few more wild nightscan
Tamara Clarkson wants a guy for some good times, and Kyle Sullivan certainly fits the bill. Except Kyle's not himself - literally - he's being impersonated by his cousin Murphy. Great read!