Edie Howard is known as Sunset...the model of all models showing a beauty no one has seen in ages…but it’s fading. The thing is she is tired of how she now looks. Edie wants to be how she looked all those years ago. She misses the way people looked at her all star-struck from looking at a famous person like her. Now people look at her like she is fading away like the time. She knows her time is running out and she wants more than ever to look beautiful again. The thing is that one person she needs to help her doesn’t want to help her professionally. Dr. John is definitely a man who can make her beautiful again but each time she tries to change his mind he shows something about her she has never seen before.
Dr. John Sung has just seen a vision of beauty. One that has made him see what his work has done. All his life has been centered on making other women’s dreams come true yet with Edie he is confused. He has no idea why a beautiful woman like her would change anything about herself. Beautiful, sexy and smart he is determined to change her mind in every way. Can he change her mind before she does something drastic without him showing her the real beauty in her?
Cosmetic surgery is somewhat a gift from the medicine gods that makes us years younger and sexier than ever. It is a gift that Edie Howard wants more than ever. Meeting Dr. John is a gift in every way and that scares her. In a way these two are perfect and his age just makes her more energetic and sexual. She has found her sexuality again with Dr. John and it was funny to see them interact. The only thing I didn’t like was that the story kind of slowed down. It was interesting to see Edie coming to terms with life and her beauty.
This is part of a cougar series and I can’t wait to read more of them.
Book Length: Novella
When Edie Howard meets cosmetic surgeon John Sung, she can’t think of anything except getting the younger man naked. Her friends on the Tempt the Cougar blog remind Edie of her promise—to seduce a younger man. It’s time for Edie to take action.
Dr. John Sung takes one look at Edie and knows he can’t operate on her. He signs off as her doctor and makes her a bet—if he can make her love her body as it is, she won’t have any surgery.
John’s bet involves close examinations—and torrid, sleepless nights. Their passion is far more than either expects, and John begins to wonder if he’ll ever get enough of this woman. Edie just counts her blessings and hopes their age difference won’t drive John away.