Romantic Erotica – Validity

By H. O’Neill
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Published: December 2014
ISBN: 978-1478742807
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Erotica
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), ebook, kindle

Validity is a smart, erotic romp of a debut novel featuring Elizabeth Marcello, a brilliant and beautiful businesswoman who is devastated when she learns that her family company, Taylor Enterprise, is on the verge of bankruptcy. Immediately she sets out to find Dominic Taylor. Their fathers were best friends and business partners who founded Taylor Enterprise together, then passed it down to their children to continue the legacy. But Dominic, the major stockholder, is grief-stricken with the loss of his father and has let the company fall to ruin. Elizabeth comes to Dominic’s aid—to try and save the business and pull Dominic out of his self-destructive funk. She hasn’t seen her childhood crush for ten years, but the years have done nothing to diminish the sparks that fly between them. Maybe, Lizzy thinks, if she can have him just one time, she’ll be able to get him out of her system, close the door to the past, and move forward…

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