Series: Nashville Neighborhood #1
(Older Man/Younger Woman)
he was a part of my life. I watched him rush to the hospital countless times,
his beautiful surgeon hands racing to save lives.After all this time, I can’t escape the truth.I want Dr. Lowe.Lust chokes each moment we’re together. He promises to fulfill my
fantasies—every dirty, naughty desire we can dream up.Only, I can’t have him.He’s confident. Experienced. Seductive.And he’s my ex-boyfriend’s father.
Oh My Holy Hotness! Doctor please help me. Dr. Lowe is one of the hottest character I’ve ever read. He is smokin’ off the pages. I could almost feel his beautiful sexy hands on me. What college girl doesn’t want an older man to bring out her inner sex goddess. This goes from one salacious, torrid, sexy scene to another and another and you may need your BOB to get through this book. What’s really good is that in between the lusty action is a terrific storyline that has family dynamics, teen drama, and thoughtful deliberation about one’s actions. This could have been creepy and beyond taboo but the author did a fantastic job of keeping it right on the edge. So there’s a 20 year age difference. That’s really no big deal. Going for your ex’s dad is kinda out there but it’s Dr. Lowe. He’s a sophisticated, mature, sexy beast! Who wants a fumbling selfish teen boy when you can have the sexy beast. Not Cassidy. She’s a great character that’s focused on her career goals and mature for her age. She right there with him in their desire for each other and it’s more than just sex. Nikki Sloane you’ve outdone yourself with this one. You wrote one of the best “playing the back nine” scenes I’ve ever read. I loved how Cassidy and Greg played out their fantasies; his, hers and ours. Yum! This grabs you from the beginning with its fast-paced sexy action and moving storyline.
Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is married and has two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.