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Contemporary
Jinxed
By Contessa
Sep 24, 2009 - 12:26:43 PM

When Fate stepped in – there was nothing anyone could do to change it's laid out path.

Jinx Sullivan and Frannie Sullivan were destined to be together. But there was one problem. Past experience had taught Frannie that a “Plain Jane” type like her was never meant to be with a very wealthy, handsome man like Jinx.  Yet, no matter how hard she tried to push Jinx away, he kept forcing his way into her life and into her heart. Nevertheless, Frannie was determined to stick to her vow of not fantasizing about a “Happily Ever After” life with Jinx.  Which proved to be easier said than done.


From the first moment he saw her on the plane, Francis “Jinx” Sullivan knew that Frances “Frannie” Sullivan was going to be his wife. Because he was use to getting whatever he wanted whenever he wanted it, Jinx proposed to Frannie immediately. But instead of saying YES Frannie kicked him out. Not about to be deterred from having Frannie, Jinx set out to slowly charm his way into Frannie’s heart because one way or another Frannie was going to be his wife.

 

JINXED was a story about learning to trust again.  Because of her emotionally hurtful past experience, Frannie was very reserved when it came to commitment, especially with a very handsome, rich man.  In essence, she had built a brick wall around her heart.  But, fear not, Jinx was determined to chip away at each layer until Frannie was willing and able to love again.  I truly admired Jinx determination and compassion when it came to handling Frannie.  The passion showcased between the couple was spicy hot and the sex scenes were lustful and scorching.  In addition to the great chemistry there was also some wacky, laugh out loud moments between Jinx and Frannie.  There were numerous times where I was rolling over with laughter and then in the very next I was breathless with great desire.  Oh, what a great mixture for a novel!  I sincerely enjoyed JINXED!


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