Legalby Bree Dahlia Publication Date: June 20, 2016 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Comedy
Taboo. Wrong. Off limits. I know the drill. I know the rules. But damn, if he doesn’t get under my skin. And into my bed. There’s no reason for a woman like me, Successful, established, independent, To ever be sleeping with a younger man. A younger man with a hard, rugged, sculptured body. A body that can go all night. All night. I can’t resist, can’t turn him down. Can’t walk away. Because I’ve never known pleasure like this. Chase Nolan walked into my life and disrupted my perfect little world. And made it so much better. Enjoy it while you can, Jillian. Because there’s no way there’s a future for us. After all, is he barely even legal? ** Full-length standalone romantic comedy meant for adults only **
Legal by Bree Dahlia
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Sexy, funny and cute!
Finally! A book where the female isn't twenty. I love how Jillian is 38 and Chase is 23. These two characters are wonderful, she is strong and sexy, while he is sweet and loveable.
Jillian has a big problem with their age difference where Chase doesn't. He knows what he wants and the age difference isn't phasing him at all. Can he convince her that age doesn't matter?
Not only are the main characters great so are the supporting characters. Perry is a trip and I found myself laughing at her antics. I really like this book. The story was great and the writing was wonderful!
About Bree DahliaBree Dahlia resides in the Midwest, a place known for its steamy summers and bitterly cold winters. A fan of the sultry heat, she can be found playing outdoors until the temperature drops. Once the cold hits, she spends her time reading or writing next to the fireplace with a hot drink in her hand. Specializing in strong spirited women and the hot alpha males who love them, her stories range from lighthearted romances to sizzling erotica, with many shades in between. Love in real life does not always have a happy ending, but that is what her psyche craves and what is most often reflected in her stories.