Touching Lace (Google eBook)

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Samhain Publishing, Mar 25, 2008 - Fiction - 27268 pages
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Taking friendship to a whole new level…

Lacey Vaughn is tired of being dumped on by men. It’s clear she needs help in the ways of seduction. Over cappuccinos, Lacey shares her worries with pal Nick Stone. Being the good friend that he is, Nick offers to give Lacey a few pointers in the ways of sexual pleasure. From his first touch, Lacey forgets all about lessons. Now all she wants is more of his luscious body and skillful touches.

Nick’s craved Lacey for months. He’s done watching her waste herself on losers. It’s time she saw him as more than the dreaded good friend. He’ll do nearly anything to have the little spitfire all for himself.

But in order to get Lacey past her insecurities, Nick will have to put it all on the line—including his heart—and pray he doesn’t lose her forever.

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User Review  - bookwormdreams - LibraryThing

I tried and tried but could not get into this book. When you start skimming the sexy scenes you know you just have to skip it. (I read about 30-40% into the book...) Read full review

Review: Touching Lace (Vaughn #1)

User Review  - Hadley Raydeen - Goodreads

I didn't enjoy this one. It was too short. He said he was going to teach her something and then he just goes in and pretty much says we are having sex and she was like okay! it needed more character development. I will stick with the series to see if it picks up but this was not a good start. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Scandalous Behavior by Anne Rainey Tess Marley is tired of her dull life. She wants to take a walk on the wild side. Who better to teach her about carnal pleasures than her intriguing boss, Kevin Haines? Five years of secretly lusting after the man is enough. She wants to see if Kevin is all she's dreamed he would be. But Tess makes a major miscalculation when she crosses the line between lust and love.

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