Book Review of Bared (Harlequin Blaze, No 132)

Bared (Harlequin Blaze, No 132)
Bared (Harlequin Blaze, No 132)
Author: Jill Shalvis
Genre: Romance
Book Type: Paperback
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Highly recommended, May 2, 2004
Reviewer: C. Penn "WordWeaving" (Greenville, SC) - See all my reviews

Twin sister Amber Willis travels the world playing with men's hearts and baring her beautiful body to the camera. When Amber cannot live up to her responsibilities, however, she calls in Queen Emma, as she calls her sister. Emma usually buries herself in her job, penning the scripts for soap operas when not rescuing her sister. When Amber calls asking her to step in for a modeling job, posing for a calendar of sensual poses, Emma steps in for her.
It does not take long for Rafe Delcantro to realize that this complaint delight cannot be the capricious Amber. But he takes his time revealing his knowledge. He struggles to control his wild attraction to this stand-in model because her script writing still ties her to the Hollywood scene he seeks to escape. Indeed, Rafe is ready to retire from fashion model photography after this gig, find a nice girl, and settle down. Emma is completely contrary to his preconceived ideal, yet he cannot seem to fight his attraction. Perhaps a brief fling is in order.