A Major Distraction

Good to Go, #3

Final book in the series and just as steamy as the first two. Lots of erotic talk and voyeurism. While I enjoyed the talk, voyeurism isn't a favorite. It helped it was just the main characters Brad and Genevieve and only eight feet separated their windows. These two had no past with one another - they just dived in after some verbal foreplay also known as arguing. The big roadblock is they work together; Brad is a Marine and Genevieve is a civilian. Off limits as far as Genevieve is concerned but she just can avoid her attraction to Brad.

Brad was the one with all the baggage in this short story and he hauled it everywhere. It of course affects his relationship with Genevieve and emotional bloodletting ensues. This story had an epilogue that included all the characters from the entire series and tied everything up in a neat bow. Much appreciated.

Book Blurb for A Major Distraction

He's not looking for love

Major Brad Cava has watched his siblings fall in love. He tried marriage once--it didn't take. He's not looking for love, just some fun with women who know the score. He's been in a dry spell for a while, which must be why that smart-aleck at work, Ms. Genevieve St. James, is looking so good. Granted, she's just his type. She has long, wine-red hair, knockout curves in all the right places, killer green eyes and a brain to go with the body. But she sets his teeth on edge with all her professional dictates and attitude at the office.

She's not looking at all

Genevieve has no idea why Major Annoying, as she likes to call the sexy Major Cava, is always on her mind. When she inadvertently catches her new mystery neighbor pleasuring himself, she automatically thinks of Cava. To her mortification, she finds out Major Hottie and her exhibitionist neighbor are one and the same. Before long, she's learning there's much more to Brad than an amazing body, charming wit, and dictatorial tendency at work.

But when they see each other, distraction turns to attraction

They find themselves falling hard for each other. Until something strange happens at work, and Genevieve is blamed for things she didn't do. Brad doesn't seem to trust her, and she has to wonder if the love she's beginning to feel is one-sided. When the truth comes out, Brad has to has to figure out if he can risk it all again for a woman. Has he learned from his past, or is he doomed to make the same mistakes again with a woman he can't help loving?

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2014 3.50