GOOD GIRLS DON'T KISS AND TELL (ROCK CANYON ROMANCE) BY CODI GARY
Release Date: February 28, 2017
They used to be enemies…
Gracie McAllister has never been the relationship type…until now. After a brutal visit from her happily married parents, Gracie is looking for Mr. Right…not Mr. Right Now. And despite their recent truce, there is no way sexy Eric Henderson is anything but.
Now they’re allies…
Eric has always had a thing for Gracie, but they could never manage to get on the same page long enough to explore the heat between them. When Eric gets the opportunity of a lifetime, he asks Gracie for help…and swears her to secrecy.
But is that all?
Now the whole town thinks their romance is real, but it’s just a business arrangement. There’s no way they’re actually falling in love…right?
REVIEW: GOOD GIRLS DON'T KISS AND TELL (ROCK CANYON ROMANCE) BY CODI GARY
Good Girls Don't Kiss and Tell by Codi Gary
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
ARC Review: Good Girls Don't Kiss and Tell (Rock Canyon Romance) by Codi Gary
Good Girls Don't Kiss and Tell had all my senses on full alert. Ms. Gary has a gift for unlocking the heart while opening the mind. Eric and Gracie are the perfect combination of humor, heat and heart. The sparks flew, the tempers flared and time quickly got away from me. When an author captivates a reader to the point where time seems to stop. That's the mark of a masterful storyteller.
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“Feels like snow,” Eric said.
“Yeah, my weather app showed it was coming.” Gracie pulled her jean jacket closed over her breasts, but the thin material was meant for style, not warmth.
Eric pressed a button on his keys, and his car roared to life.
Gracie smiled as she waited for him to unlock her door. “Automatic start, huh? That’s nice.”
“Especially on days when it’s too cold to function.”
“That’s why God invented coffee,” she said as she climbed inside.
“You’re an addict.”
He closed the door with a grin, and she relaxed against the seat, enjoying the rush of hot air blasting her. Since she was the best friend not on kid patrol, she was going to have to bust out the phone tree to let everyone from the shower know that Gemma was okay, starting with Gemma’s close friends, Ryan Phillips and Callie Jacobsen. It was going to be a really long night.
Eric got in and blew on his hands. “Shit, I say I wouldn’t ever live anywhere else, and then the cold weather hits, and I think Hawaii sounds nice this time of year.”
“I like the cold, as long as I’m able to stay home in my fleece-lined leggings and comfy sweater.”
“I can’t wear leggings. My thighs are too big,” Eric joked.
The image of big, bearded Eric Henderson strolling around in tights sent Gracie into the giggles. Soon, she could hardly breathe, she was laughing so hysterically.
“Really? The image of me in skintight cotton is that funny?”
Suddenly, her whole body sagged and her mirth turned into gut-wrenching sobs. When Eric’s large arms wrapped around her and pulled her across the middle console, she buried her face in his chest and let it all go.
“Hey, don’t cry. You can laugh at me all you want.”
Gracie would have been suspicious of his sweetness if his embrace didn’t feel so damn good.
She pulled away, wiping at her eyes. “I’m sorry, I keep crying all over your shirt.”
“I really don’t mind, Gracie Lou.” His gaze locked on hers, sending her heart pounding into overdrive at the warmth in his dark eyes. “You should know that I’d do just about anything for you.”
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