by M.J. Rose
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts
There was a time when Marlowe Wyatt had abandoned herself to the unrestrained pleasures of love; she’d been bold and unashamed, giving her heart and body to her lover without inhibition or hesitation. Until she was betrayed. It’s ironic, then, that she now earns a living composing love letters for clients incapable of communicating desire — erotic fantasies she skillfully creates with her head, but never her heart…deliberately disconnected from her passionate core.
Unfortunately for Marlow Wyatt, she opened her heart to a man and was betrayed by him. Swearing to prevent that from happening again, she finds herself working in a wonderful stationery store where she created a niche for herself in writing love letters for clients incapable of expressing their own feelings for their partners. She meets a new client and in working with him to create letters for his “love interest”, Marlowe finds herself slipping into the erotic as her own feelings rise to the surface for this new client.
Her newest client is about to challenge all that. From the moment of their first encounter, Gideon Brown ignites in her an overpowering hunger like none she’s ever known, and a vulnerability she thought she’d vanquished. As the powerful attraction that sizzles between them inspires Marlowe’s best work, sensations and desires she’d long held in check sweep her toward the brink of surrender. Yet her own fear, plus thoughts of the woman for whom Gideon hired Marlowe to write the letters, holds her back. But for how long?