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e-Book Winter's Heat epub download

Author: Tami Vinson
ISBN: 1466483385
Pages: 172 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 15, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Size ePUB: 1757 kb
Size Fb2: 1202 kb
Size DJVU: 1267 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 914
Format: azw lrf docx txt
Subcategory: Romance

e-Book Winter's Heat epub download

by Tami Vinson



It had become a guilty pleasure of his to tap into the remote view of his state-of-the-art security system to catch a glimpse of her mesmerizing beauty while he was away on business.

By tamicat76 Ongoing - Updated Jan 01, 2013. It had become a guilty pleasure of his to tap into the remote view of his state-of-the-art security system to catch a glimpse of her mesmerizing beauty while he was away on business. And today was no exception.

Author’s Note: Special Thanks goes out to my family for believing in m. ove you guys! I’d also like to thank my readers for taking the time to read Eric and Winter’s story. Their story was a pleasure to write and I hope you enjoy them as much as I didJ. I would love to hear from you!! Disclaimer: Names, characters, and incidents depicted in this book are products of the author’s imagination and are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales,.

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Book in the Heat Series). But that will all change when he's faced with sweet temptation in the form of the one woman that he knows he shouldn't have: His housekeeper and quiet obsession, Winter Jones

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Securities expert Eric Jameson built his life on following the rules no matter what for good reason. And that meant not mixing business with pleasure. But that will all change when he’s faced with sweet temptation in the form of the one woman that he knows he shouldn’t have: His housekeeper and quiet obsession, Winter Jones. He’s drawn to her innate sweetness and natural sensuality like a moth to a flame. And no matter how hard he tries, nothing will stop him from breaking his own rule for a taste of Winter’s Heat.
Just_paw
Gorgeous erotic romance, with a 'Cinderella' like premise, minus the ugly stepsisters and stepmother...
Eric is a self-made man of means, with his own security company. He's sophisticated, eligible, generous and an alpha male who until he first laid eyes on the delectable Ms Winter, never thought twice about the same woman. Never needed to coax a woman to his side, or his bed...and he'll be damned if he'll start with his housekeeper...

Tired of being robbed blind or fantasied over as the groom to an eager employees misbegotten idea of romance...Eric takes great pains to make sure he has the perfect person for the job, whittles the candidates down to three, yet meets Winter and hires her on the spot...

It's a year later...sparks are flying, the sexual tension is thick and something's got to give... Throw in a roommate and her boyfriend from hell and life is about to get extremely interesting...

Great read Tami! I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Your heroine Winter was strong yet compassionate, real, generous and so deserving of a drop-dead gorgeous "Prince" like Eric. Eric was everything a hero should be, strong, a sex God, resourceful, wealthy and wonderful!

Loved the cover too! Jimmy is just the "Bee's Knees!"
Quendant
Loved this book!
I don't NEED a virgin-heroine but I do like a sweet, warm, strong woman I can relate to and Winter was all those things. (Never thought of that as a name for a girl but it's now on my list!)

So many of these IR romances feature angry, resentful women who show no warmth or humor.
As for grammatical, spelling errors... I really didn't notice that many. And I've read so many IR books riddled with mistakes that get 4, even 5 stars! Maybe I was just enjoying the book so much, I didn't notice them as much -- which says a lot!
Great read! Highly recommend this sweet, sensual love story!
Fordregelv
This is the a hot read, with the heat between Winter and Eric was just too hot to put down. It was great how Eric tried to protect Winter from the outside world of hurt but I can understand how she is not a child but a woman who could take care of herself but in the end found that it was great to lead on someone to just love and protect you. I am waiting for the latest book by Tami Vinson, because I know it is another hot one coming.
Cerar
He's wealthy,she isn't. He's had trouble with past cleaning women, she might be on the run. She has a degree,but cleans houses for a living. He loves her cookies,she loves giving them to him!

This was a sweet story,I liked reading it.Was it a page-turner? No.Were there editorial issues? Yes. Would I recommend it? Sure,why not.It's a fairly quick fun read.
Undeyn
Love this book and the interracial storyline, thank you for writing BWWM romances this has now become my favorite stories , can not wait for more this book I would give a 10 star rating,loved it.
Topmen
I Loved the story and there was not that much profanity. A small amount of grammatical errors, but otherwise a "good read". Can't wait to read more stories from Ms. Tami.
Najinn
Waiting for part two not to happy I have to wait but this was a great story, anyone buying this will not be disappointed at all.
While it might seem to create continuity & a seamless storyline, I prefer page numbers & chapter headings. The characters were not quite as developed as they could be, following such a solid opening. But not bad, overall.