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Monday, October 26, 2009
Review - Singapore Fling by Rhian Cahill
Title: Singapore Fling
Author: Rhian Cahill
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Carly Simmons has lusted after her boss for six months. Throwing caution to the wind while on a business trip in Singapore, she suggests a fling. When Saxon takes her up on her offer, Carly gets far more than the conservative businessman she’s expecting.
Saxon Grant is definitely up for a weekend of red-hot sex, but once he gets his hands on Carly he knows a couple of days will never be enough. Months of wanting her explode into a weekend of tangled sheets and twisted emotions.
And after one wild weekend, these two hearts will never be the same.
Sometimes the best things come in the smallest packages, as is the case with Singapore Fling. As a novella, one expects an abbreviated story, but Ms. Cahill manages to pack enough emotion, plot and characterization in her story to equal the depth of War and Peace. I must say, I was completely taken with both of her characters: their multi-dimensionality, emotional depth, strength of character. The love scenes are both tender and steamy, romantic and intensely carnal. I loved how Carly and Saxon interacted with each other, as both friends and lovers, co-workers and emotional strangers, with their funny and sometimes sharp and occasionally caustic dialogue to liven up a scene. Essentially, I enjoyed almost everything about this story, and recommending it is a mild word for my suggestion to the general reading public – read this book!