Touch Me

    • 3.9 • 620 Ratings

Publisher Description

This is the first book of the ‘Touch Me’ Series. A seriously hot and provocative romance by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion, searing depictions and emotion. 


Jenny was looking for the comforting shoulder of a childhood friend, but the blistering attraction she feels toward him is too unsettling for comfort. 


Jenny Rafter wakes up one bright Monday morning with a boyfriend beside her and a job to look forward to. But two hours later, she is fired from her job, and finds out her boyfriend has withdrawn every last cent of her savings from her bank account. Heartbroken and broke, she calls up her childhood friend for help. She is desperate, and when he asks her to come to New York to stay with him, her worries are allayed. But Jenny is in for a surprise when she sees Cooper Farrell. The sandy-haired, blue-eyed boy she had once played hide-and-seek with is gone, replaced by a breathtakingly gorgeous entrepreneur who makes her stammer and shake in her boots. 


This ebook contains very hot and explicit descriptions of romantic activity. Only mature readers should download this book.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
March 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
30
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wild Hearts Romance
SELLER
Vasko Pty Ltd
SIZE
597.2
KB

Customer Reviews

chmoee ,

Good beginning to a series !

Touch me made you wait to the last page to see what was going to happen. Jen did her thing until she was stoped by who knows who! Good storyline and writing especially wanting to know what’s next for the couple that were friends as kids!

polyjuicepoison ,

Not bad

The writing is pretty decent and the story is good it’s just annoyingly short “books” I want something I can sit and read awhile not just short stories but otherwise no complaints

Mac D. Knife ,

“Touch Me” is like an exciting tennis match, but opponents want it to be horizontal

Cooper and Jenny are old friends, but we have an inner advantage. Author Lucia Jordan gives us glimpses of their thoughts even before they’ve had the courage to turn them into words.
A good author knows how to end a chapter or a book so the reader wants more. Ms. Jordan really exercises that talent while Jenny and Coop take tentative steps toward the bedroom.
—-Ken McMillan

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