More Than Gold by Bonita

More Than Gold by Bonita
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
Genre: Historical
Length: Short Story (68 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Wisteria

A love-seeking man and a gold-thieving woman…

Oliver Nash is looking for a mistress. What interesting circumstances, to discover a ravishing thief trifling in his bedchamber. Her eyes arouse him, her passion ignites him, and her gall amuses him. Considering the circumstances, he gives her a bargain she cannot refuse, which unleashes her secret, and it’s about to change everything.

Can love’s glow surpass the glitter of gold?

Nash finds himself drawn to a beautiful woman. Frankie cannot control her body’s reactions to a stranger. Caught in a compromising position, wrapped in a powerful lust, they both discover something about themselves they never knew. Love can come in unexpected packages.

With a hero like Nash, who seems cold and distant, you still can’t help but love the raw sexuality of him. The charming beauty and naivety of Frankie makes for an instantly likeable heroine. With each of them battling their own demons the story had an instant hook that drew me in and kept me there. With a good hook, steady line and a happy ending, it was all I could ask for and more. The author did a great job. The characters were believable as was the plot.

I have to say that I am thrilled I was able to review for this author and would gladly read other works she puts out.

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