a serious case of lust for her delicious delivery man. She
orders a package a day just so she can see him. Though she
is trying to work up the courage to ask him out, day after
day she chickens out. Her hope is that he will take the
first step and ask her out. When he asks her what kind of
home-based business she runs that requires her receiving a
small package every day, she knows her secret is about to be
exposed. There is no home-based business and she is only
ordering a book so he can deliver it.
embarrassment, Jenna cancels the rest of her orders and
calls up her best friend Natalie. Not that she wants to
spend Valentine’s Day speed dating, but what else can she do
but give it a try. Natalie insists and she always gets her
winds up with more than she bargained for and finds out that
sometimes things work out for the best even if it’s not
something you’d have wanted to do originally.
Speed Dating is a hot fabulous read. Between the
steamy bondage scenes and the delicious tension when Malcolm
the delivery man appears at Jenna’s door, this story will
keep you hot and bothered. Two things pulled me out of the
story. The use of chocolate, vanilla, eggplant and mocha
descriptions for skin color, and some typos that should have
been corrected in editing, but they weren’t enough to make
me put the book down. The descriptions made me think about
food every time I saw one of those phrases used. I think I
gained a pound reading this book.
Hines pulled me in with her fabulously feisty and secretly
submissive heroine and deliciously dominant hero, and held
me hostage with the sizzling love scenes.