Rub It In

Rub It In This decadent adults only resort is nestled on a secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean It s called Escape and it s paradise even for those who live and work here But could the island s aphrod

  • Title: Rub It In
  • Author: Kira Sinclair
  • ISBN: 9780373796847
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • This decadent adults only resort is nestled on a secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean It s called Escape and it s paradise, even for those who live and work here But could the island s aphrodisiac like qualities suddenly affect the owner himself Sexy, reclusive resort owner Simon Reeves and his dedicated executive director, Marcy McKinney, have always had a volaThis decadent adults only resort is nestled on a secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean It s called Escape and it s paradise, even for those who live and work here But could the island s aphrodisiac like qualities suddenly affect the owner himself Sexy, reclusive resort owner Simon Reeves and his dedicated executive director, Marcy McKinney, have always had a volatile work relationship.But when the resort is closed down for two weeks and Simon intentionally traps Marcy on the island, she snaps and quits.Marcy wants to teach Simon a lesson, but she has no idea the tension between them is about to evolve into pure, unadulterated lust Or that her hot boss has very definite and exquisitely tantalizing ideas on exactly how to keep Marcy from leaving the island and his bed

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    1. Marcy and Simon rub each other the wrong way. Marcy runs Simon's resort, but is upset that Simon isn't involved enough. Marcy wants to get back to running a New York hotel after she had to leave her last job in New York over a questionable relationship. When the yearly shut-down/vacation happens, Simon traps Marcy on the island resort so she'll have to handle the renovations happening instead of going to her job interview. She's mad, he's mad, they snipe at each other a bunch and she refuses to [...]

    2. Third in a series, but like the others can be read alone. I liked this one the best out of the three as there has been a sizzling thread of antagonism between Marcy and Simon in the previous two novels.The book uses the old 'i'll keep you here against your will til I get my way'  ploy that surely wouldn't work in real life but is a firm favourite in m/f romances.I enjoyed their story, Marcy's frustration was heartfelt - I wanted to thump Simon at times! All the expected plots are there - get to [...]

    3. This was the 3rd in the Islands Nights trilogy. I enjoyed reading them all even though there was a sameness to them.

    4. Decent writing, fairly sympathetic characters. The hero was a bit of an ass at the beginning, but "grew up" throughout the book. The ending was a little rushed, but pretty decent otherwise.

    5. A good ending to the trilogy. I was curious about Margie's story for awhile. A little too filled up with sex, though, and not enough convincing tension, but the author writes well and it's an easy read.

    6. dit soort boekjes zijn heel erg fout maar daarom niet minder leuk. ze zijn erg voorspelbaar en zitten vol met romantiek en erotiek maar ze zijn ook wel grappig. een guilty pleasure.

    7. Its an adults only tropical resort. Its in the heart of the Caribbean. 'Escape' is a get awaynot only for visitors, but also for the adults that work there. Its exactly what Marcy finds out when they close for 2 weeks and her boss traps her there on the island. Oh is she pissed!!!!But things always have a way of working out on their "Escape" Island. I have enjoyed this entire series. The endings were always different than the norm, and there was always a surprise. But the always ended very good. [...]

    8. My first Harlequin. I got more or less what I expected. The protagonists are not annoying and almost interesting, the setting is enjoyable, some kind of plot pops up from time to time without disturbing too much the passionate lovemaking. The ending was a bit saccharine, but overall it was a fun, effortless read.

    9. Aw, I loved this one! It was a quick enjoyable read. Believable since they've known each other for so long and their stories & obstacles are plausible which is nice for a romance novel.

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