Friday, August 10, 2012

REVIEW: Eternal Bliss by Bonnie Sansom

Being a wedding planner with altar issues isn’t exactly good for business. Laine Peyton-Stanton has everything she needs. Money to burn, a thriving wedding boutique, a five thousand square foot house to herself, but the only thing missing is the husband she was supposed to have that left her at the altar a year ago. Leary of relationships, she hesitates getting back into one. On her way to work a traffic jam forced her to take an alternate route, where she met Kyle Logan quite by accident. Great, her day just got so much better. Not.

Minding his own business, Kyle Logan, a fire fighter for Atlanta, has no idea he’s about to meet the woman of his dreams. He’s been looking for the right woman to settle down with and hadn’t been having any luck until a woman in a Prius crashes right in front of him. She’s a bit of a bitch, but that makes the Dom in him want to tame her. He’s determined to win her over, but they don’t even know each other’s names.

What started off as a one night stand quickly develops into something more and one broken glow-in-the-dark lollipop condom could keep them together forever, until Kyle has an accident and lands himself in a coma. Will he recover and remember Laine and what they had or will he lose her forever?

My Rating:


My Review:
Do you like a little quirky and a lot of sweet with your Naughty??? If so, this is definitely the book from you. Bonnie Sansom immediately manages to connect readers to main character Laine! 

Laine is having a bad day and she is pretty sure she has just had one of the most embarrassing moments of her life in front of the sexiest guy she has ever seen! Kyle is having a typical day at work when an accident happens right in front of him and he is captivated by the beauty involved in the accident.

The connection between Kyle and Laine is undeniable and their bad luck is heartbreaking yet heartwarming at the same time. There are a few main supporting characters, one who deserves a good kick in the a**, but every one of the characters is well developed and multi-dimensional. 

With more passion and more depth than most contemporary erotica books, Bonnie manages to keep readers guessing the whole way. Be prepared to experience a wide range of emotions right along with the characters. 

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