No Flowers Required

Cari Quinn
Contemporary romance
Available from Entangled Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-62266-967-7
July 2012

Alexa Conroy is about to lose everything unless she finds money to pay off her debts. Selling her dream house is her first step to securing her future. But the dream could come crashing to the ground when she meets handyman Dillion James, a man she can't resist.

Dillion James really likes Alexa Conroy, so he isn't about to tell her that he's heir to the corporation that's about to shut down her shop. Instead, he chooses to help her succeed and encourages her every step of the way in making sure she keeps her business afloat.

This book was a great read, and I liked the way it started with Alexa having trouble with her new apartment and Dillion jumping to help her. The plot was well-developed, and ran smoothly that I didn't want to put this book down once. The dialogue was intense as secrets always have a way of coming out in the end, no matter how people try to hide them. The sex scenes were spicy, and showed how great Alexa and Dillion were together. What I liked so much about the heroine was her determination not to give up when everything was crashing down around her. While with Dillion, I liked that he wanted to help her succeed even though there was his secret hanging between them.

In conclusion, I'd recommend this book to readers that love a good romance story with exciting twists that could dash the happiness of both the main characters but in the end bring them back together.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Very sensual

Reviewer: Bec
January 12, 2005


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