Title: Crossing Lines
Author: Alannah Lynne
Genre: Contemporary Erotica Romance
Series: Heat Wave 33
Number of Pages: 173
Publisher: Self Published
|The world’s best-stocked toy drawer can only take a gal so far. Bored with her current assortment of vibrating, plastic pieces, Sam Wallace decides to add a new sex toy to her collection: Kevin Mazze. The sexy Italian is more than happy to help her live out her long-held sexual fantasies, and trusting him with her body is easy. Trusting him with her heart, however, is not… especially when he commits an unforgiveable sin. Kevin Mazze is one of the good guys. He’s spent his life always doing the right things and making those around him happy. When he meets the woman of his dreams, at the worst possible time, he finds himself making bad choices in the name of good and crossing lines he never thought he would… while praying she never finds out.|
The two go on their way, but Sam feels bad about shutting down his operation because she used to be in construction herself and knows how costly something like that can be, so she works to see if she can find an alternate solution that would make both of them happy. She finds one, and much to her surprise meets up with Kevin much sooner then she expects to. He's the uncle of the little boy her daughter, is friends with at daycare and the two little ones had made plans to meet at the boardwalk over the weekend. They all end up spending the day together, and sparks fly between Sam and Kevin. I loved how nice Kevin was to her daughter, and oh I just wanted to give that man a hug. He's going through some serious issues, and spending time with Sam and her daughter made him realize that he needs to say no more often and take more care of himself. I normally don't like books with single moms (I'm a shallow reader) but this one is the exception to that rule. Sam's daughter was just so cute, and didn't detract from the romance at all. If anything, I loved how she showed a different side to both Kevin and Sam.
Crossing Lines is the hottest of the three books, and has just a touch of bdsm in it. I loved how there was a lot of hot sex in this book, but yet at the same time there was more romance in it and I loved that. I also liked how just when I thought the big "misunderstanding" was going to be predictable, there was a twist that I really enjoyed in it.
The Heat Wave Series by Alannah Lynne is a terrific series you don't want to miss. Each book works well as a stand alone, and is different in heat levels. I honestly can't wait to go through Alannah's backlist now. ;)