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Friday, June 5, 2009

Review - Selling Forever by Kimber Chin

Title: Selling Forever

Author: Kimber Chin

Publisher: Champagne Books

Selling Forever Coming in July 2009 from Champagne Books!

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Tonya

The Best Sales Plans…

Real estate agent Cara Jones needs a celebrity handyman for her charity auction. Reclusive billionaire Richard Thompson is the perfect choice. All she has to do is find his trigger and trip it, without becoming emotionally attached.

…Sometimes Go Awry

Richard wishes to be valued for himself, not simply for his money. He certainly isn’t going to fall in love with a pushy, pie baking saleswoman, no matter how sweet she tastes.

Cara Jones, real estate agent, can close any deal, but can she close the deal on love? She needs a celebrity handyman for her charity auction. Richard Thompson, a billionaire, perfect choice to get the job done. Richard is tired of women and everyone else only wanting him for his money. He wants to be valued as a person not an object.

Ms. Chin takes a story that reminds you of the 80’s and adds her own twist to it. She knows how to take a typical story idea and make it unique and belong only to her. The story has got a great plot and is full of action, passion, and romance. The author knows how to draw her readers in to keep them flipping through the pages for the next scene. We just have to know what is going to happen between Cara and Richard. It’s a story any romance fan would enjoy reading, it’s a book I recommend you sit out by your pool or the beach and read on a hot day, because you’ll need the cool water to cool you down. Kimber Chin is an amazing storyteller.

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful premise for a book. Adore the way things get turned around, the hero being the one not wishing to be treated as an object. Great! Wonderful review! Wishing you lots of luck.


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