Strangers in the Night by Ines Saint

Posted August 22nd, 2012 by in Blog, Category Romance, Crimson Romance, Review / 0 comments

Strangers in the Night by Ines Saint

 

 

 

Publisher: Crimson Romance (July 9, 2012)

Sensuality Level: Tender Sensuality

Book Info:

Jake Kelly is Chicago’s conservative mayoral candidate. Heir to a dubiously obtained real estate fortune, he’s had a hard time convincing people a generous, caring heart lies beneath his cold demeanor. Recent polls have him lagging behind his more family oriented Democratic opponent and his main problem seems to be Chicago’s large Hispanic constituency.

Keila Diaz is a warm, sassy, left-leaning violinist of Hispanic descent. She’s struggling to make a career out of her passion for playing the violin in the city she loves.

Keila needs more work and Jake needs a consultant. When a friend brings them together to come up with a music program for the city’s public school system as part of Jake’s plans for education reform, sparks ignite and combust. Jake ignores he’d already met Keila once before and Keila follows his lead.

When photos of the two of them dancing close at a festival mysteriously show up in local media, things get complicated. Voters love the idea of Jake and Keila together, but they have it all wrong… or do they?

Review:

This was one of those fun and flirty romances that made me feel as one with the characters at all times. I loved the political aspect thereof and totally adored the manner in which the author brought her characters together. And oh the dancing LOVED IT !

The unbelievable spicy chemistry between Jake and Keila was to die for.Seriously ladies you will be amazed at how powerful this read was. At all times the author stayed descriptive and kept things fun.

And the touch of adding the press to keep Jake and Keila’s feet to the fire so to speak was brilliant! Scandal! It was the first time I read a book by Ines Saint but I am without a doubt a fan girl from here on out.

I also really appreciated the fact that the author used the language of dancing to speak to me, I felt like I was Keila feeling the rhythm and beat pulsating through the words. And did I mention that book was hot …..

Very nicely done indeed !

 

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