Publisher Description

She's in love with her father's best friend…

Kate Crawford's always had a scorching attraction to her father's best friend, sexy hotelier Graham Davenport. Now she's going to study in Europe, but she wants to indulge in her secret wish and lose her virginity to Graham. After all, she's not a teenager anymore and ready for some Adult X-rated fun.

Graham Davenport hires Kate as his trainee in his luxury hotel as a favor to her father, but seeing her flaunt her hot body is driving him insane and he's about to lose his self-control. He doesn't want to betray the man who helped him turn around his life, but this woman is no longer a teenager with a crush. And her desire unleashes secret passions and fantasies that neither of them can deny…

June 5
Carmen Falcone
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Jennifer Schultheis ,

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Forbidden Virgin by Carmen Falcone is the first book in a new series and oh my, it’s HOT!

Graham is her father’s best friend. He’s much older than her and tries to keep things platonic but Kate is making things hard…

Kate is twenty years old and a virgin. If she has her way, she won’t be for much longer. The only man she wants is off limits, but now that she has landed a job as his trainee, she plans to go after him. Kate is honest, blunt, and very refreshing. She’s a virgin but doesn’t act like one. I’m not a fan of stories where the heroine is a virgin, but I’m a big fan of this one. She’s not naive and the author doesn’t try to paint her as innocent or wide-eyed.

I am big fan of older men and younger women, so this story hit all the right marks for me. The writing is great, the characters are fun and sexy, and sure know how to turn up the heat! Highly recommended!

Omg All the names are taken! ,

Bad ending

It was good until you got to the end, it was rushed and the time jumps were stupid and it was not a good story line

straighttalker198 ,


Like a cradle robber 👎👎👎🤢🤢🤮🤮 she is just a kid, immature and hormonal. She can’t smoke, drink, rent a car or go to a club. She’s basically a liability.

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