Jocelyn Pearson is determined to spend her last month as a twenty-something doing everything she's too busy or scared to try. Her imagination runs wild and then fixates on Ian Baird. He'll be working at the Langston Museum for a short stint as a consulting curator. He's Scottish. He believes sex is fun to be had. He's the perfect choice for a fling. She only has to get him break his rule about sleeping with co-workers. Seducing a man was on her bucket list...
Ian is no one's fool and knows exactly what Jocelyn wants—him. If she didn't work for the Langston Museum, he'd be more than happy to oblige any and every fantasy she desired, but she's the curator. She's sweet, inexperienced and well liked by everyone including the museum owner and director. Ian can't risk losing such an important contact for his consulting business. Not even when everything within in him craves a taste of her.
When Jocelyn sets her sights on him, there's no way Ian can deny her. They agree their affair will end in thirty days. No emotions, no entanglements, just sex. The closer the end date looms, they start to question if it's possible to walk away. They'll either have to come to terms of what they've become or stick to their original agreement.
Good story. Is this really how people get married these days?
Under His Kilt by Melissa Blue
HOT and Steamy!! Nicely drawn characters come together for 30 days of “just lusty sex” with no strings to be left when time is up …. but can that really work? He’s a Scotsman, she’s American, and they are working together on a very important historical display for a prestigious museum.
I love all Scottish men in Romance books so I was immediately interested in reading this one. Ian, the male protagonist, is nicely written despite his views that intimacy without emotion is fine and dandy. The female character, Jocelyn, wants to experience a fling before her upcoming 30th birthday and sets out to seduce Ian. What could go wrong?
Read it and see 😉
Under his kilt
Not much of a story. This book is mostly just sex. Title doesn’t even make sense because there are no kilts involved. Ian is Scottish but this is a modern day book that really doesn’t have anything to do with Scotland.