Seared by a bigamous love cheat, London designer Deborah Tremaine backs off sex. But when charismatic Serbian, Zoran Pavlović, who wants to demolish an art deco cinema she’s campaigning to save, crosses her path she’s up for a fling.
Zoran has clawed his way out of Serbia’s turbulent past but believes his background means he won’t find happiness simply because he can’t trust a woman to cherish him for who he is — a Serb. But he’s a hot-blooded Slav up for no-strings sex and Deborah sends him into overdrive.
Deborah’s finances are in meltdown when a customer goes bust. Zoran dangles a business deal based in Belgrade, Serbia that she can’t refuse. She’s confident the job won’t compromise the campaign and decides that Zoran is the guy who can jump-start her love life.
They embark on a sizzling affair but tension, erotically sexual and work related, skyrockets. Incidents trigger the revelation of their personal demons. Can they escape the black holes?
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Talk about sizzling! I thought my poor, old Kindle would have a meltdown. Fairfax takes the story from one hot scene to another for most of the book. If your looking for something erotic, you've come to the right place.
Deborah is an interior designer with an established small business in England. Her past relationship with a bigamist has left her disinterested in love. However, she's funneled her passions into work and saving an old, Art Deco cinema from a wealthy foreign investor. When she meets him at a protest, she finds a few embers of love buried deep within her flare to life. Now hot flames of love and lust are taking over. Too bad for her the target is the foreign investor she's fighting.
Zoran just wants to flip the property he's invested good money into. The area would see revitalized growth, and he'd see a handsome profit. He only has one problem, Deborah. She turns out to be more than a protester. He wants her the moment he lays eyes on her. But how can he get her under his influence? Easy. Force her to work for him in his native Serbia. There he brings her interior design work to the international stage and her to his bed.
Like I said, this book sizzles. For a sizable portion of the book, the storyline just propels the reader from one sensual sex scene to another. The chemistry between Zoran and Deborah means they can't keep their hands off each other. He wants to posses her. She wants to hate him but can't. They each have a well defined internal struggle. Most of the external conflict is between the hero and the heroine. It plays out well to the end. This is clearly not a book that would be safe to read at work. I'm giving Loving That Feeling 4 stars for the sex alone!
About the Author
I spent my childhood in India, qualified as a Lawyer in England and joined a large London firm.
Romance is hardwired into my DNA so my novels include a strong romantic theme. However, I broke out of the romance bubble with one (you’ll see which one when you visit the Books page), which is a quirky departure in style and content.
I've also authored several short stories that feature on my blog http://www.serenafairfax.com/serena_fairfax_author_blog/
Fast forward to a sabbatical from the day job when I traded in bricks and mortar for a houseboat which, for a hardened land lubber like me, turned out to be a big adventure.
Apart from writing and reading (all kinds of books), a few of my favorite things are collecting old masks, singing (in the rain) and exploring off the beaten track.
I'm a member of the Romantic Novelists Association, which is a very supportive organization. My golden retriever, Inspector Morse, who can't wait to unleash his own Facebook page, and I divide our time between London and rural Kent. (Charles Dickens said: Kent, sir. Everybody knows Kent. Apples, cherries, hops and women).