Barging In (Google eBook)

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Samhain Publishing, Sep 20, 2011 - Fiction - 372 pages
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When the boat's a rockiní, don't come knockiní!

Out-and-proud travel writer Dan Taylor canít steer a boat to save his life, but that doesnít stop him from accepting an assignment to write up a narrowboat holiday. Instead of a change of pace from city life, though, the canal seems dull as ditchwater. Until he crashes into the boat of a half-naked, tattooed, pierced man whose rugged, penniless appearance is at odds with a posh accent.

Still smarting from past betrayal, Robin Hamiltonís ďclosetĒ is his narrowboat, his refuge from outrageous, provocative men like Dan. Yet he canít seem to stop himself from rescuing the hopelessly out-of-place city boy from one scrape after another. Until he finds himself giving in to reluctant attraction, even considering a brief, harmless fling.

After all, in less than a week, Danís going back to his London diet of casual hook-ups and friends with benefits.

Determined not to fall in love, both men dive into one week of indulgence...only to find themselves drawn deep into an undertow of escalating intimacy and emotional intensity. Troubled waters neither of them expected...or wanted.

Warning: Contains one lovable tart, one posh boy gone feral, rough sex, alfresco sex, vile strawberry-flavoured condoms, intimate body piercings, red thermal long-johns, erotic woodchopping, an errant cat, a few colourful characters you wouldn't touch with a bargepole, and plenty of messing about on the river.

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User Review  - jkgrage - LibraryThing

I don't give five stars out very much. In order to earn them a book needs to have five things. 1. It's so entertaining I can't wait to get back to it. Check 2. It's a great story, one I want to share ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bea_writer - LibraryThing

It is funny, but recently in the Goodread groups, there has been discussion on what is considered "cheating" and does it affect how you feel about the characters and author. I have found that just by ... Read full review

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