The Pen Pal Sisterhood...four young girls, best of friends. Four mysterious fortunes that just might be magical. Here’s Katherine’s story:
Elementary school principal Katherine Tipton is used to dealing with mischievous children. But the problems she's having with one unruly pupil are nothing compared to the trouble she finds herself facing with the child's attractive father. Single dad Steven Walker made a fortune designing wacky computer games for kids, but that won't stop Katherine from trying to make him see reason.
While paying a visit to the funhouse Steven calls home, Katherine is all business. But try as she might to disapprove of his carefree attitude, the sexy creative genius charms her into having some fun. Steve's convinced there's a passionate and high-spirited woman beneath Katherine's strait-laced exterior-and he's determined to win her. But Katherine's going to have to teach him the rules of this game. The game called love.
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Very good read
Loves me, loves me not
A intriguing story about a woman who could not bring herself to admit loving a man unless she felt security in his career and income. Once proven to be a successful businessman, Steve was all that Katherine desired and could not wait to be his forever. The dance of desire, erotic need, and great anticipation for each other's touch is brilliantly written by Karen Sandler. However, I thought the ending could have used a bit more of spicing up and included details of their passions, desires of love making , and erotic fantasies enacted out.. Thus, I gave it four stars and not five.