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Title:
Never too much
Author:
Foster, Lori, 1958-
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Publication Information:
New York : Kensington Pub., 2002.
Physical Description:
281 pages ; 21 cm
General Note:
"Brava books."
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780758200860
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Book

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Summary

Summary

Smart, playful, and extremely sexy, this contemporary erotic romance lures readers back into the life of the other seductive Baldwin brother they met in the bestselling Too Much Temptation.


Author Notes

Lori L. Foster is a best-selling American writer of over 70 romance novels as Lori Foster. She also writes Urban Fantasy novels using using her first and middle initials, L.L. Foster. Her series called Ultimate, which is written under the Lori Foster name, has a book (No LImits) which was listed on the New York Times bestseller list in 2014.

(Bowker Author Biography)


Reviews 1

Booklist Review

Ben Badwin needs a woman, and he needs her now, so when Sierra Murphy drives up in a battered truck to eat at his motel restaurant, exhausted from launching her landscaping business, he sets his sights on her. Her blunt rejection of his usually infallible charm makes the chase more fun, but Ben doesn't expect to fall in love, nor to have Sierra's best friend make a play for his mother, nor to encounter a determined grandmother and an abusive ex-husband in the tumble of misunderstandings, jealousy, and sex that follows. How all this falls into place makes for an interesting mix of ecstatic (and lovingly described) sex, and reluctant women overcoming past hurts with persistent men determined to help (and bed) them. The reader ends up liking Ben, even though his single-mindedness and perpetual hard-on can be tedious. And Foster's readers will keep reading in spite of some predictable patches as they eagerly wait for Ben and Sierra to finally admit that they have more than sex going for them. Mary K. Chelton.