Private Acts

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Private Acts

Latin Men Book 3

When Miguel Delgado catches the offbeat karaoke signer swimming in his pool he is completely hooked. Samirah Jamison can’t believe she is busted. But it always happens this way. Recognizing the man from the bar she tries to sweet talk him. But Miguel is easy because he already likes Samirah, but she does not want to get involved not casually or seriously. However, being a housekeeper next door to Miguel would definitely make staying away from Miguel hard.

This was a fun read with good writing. I do wish there was a little more activity. At times I found I was a little tired during the storyline. For the most part…when I thought this, the story moved right on. Overall, okay read.

Book Blurb for Private Acts

Miguel Delgado fell hard the first time he saw a beautiful woman on stage during a karaoke competition at a bar in Ecuador. Interested in a short, casual affair, he turns on the charm. But she won’t give him the time of day.

Samirah Jamison has met her match—in the form of a tall, hard-bodied sculptor who won’t leave her alone. She’s not running scared. She’s just trying to keep a level head and stay out of trouble for once. But it’s really, really hard to be good…when you’re used to being bad.

Warning: This book contains a chef whose sassy mouth and swaying hips catch the eye of a sexy Latin artist determined to tame her.

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2012 3.00