Sunday, September 5, 2010

Review: Second Act by Barbara Huffert

Second Act by Barbara Huffert

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Martin Binks has made it big in Hollywood but there’s something missing from his life. When he heads back to his hometown to regroup, he finds it in his high school pal, Josie, now a grown woman with curves in all the right places.

Josie Weston is thrilled when Binks walks back into her life. Not admitting her feelings for him was the one regret she’s always had. She was too timid to act on her fantasies when they were younger, but now…

Lena’s Review

Martin Binks has had it with Hollywood and all the women faking to love him. It’s been a while since he’s had an honest, real good loving from a woman. Coming back to his hometown was supposed to be just for relaxation, not a sexual fling. Seeing his old friend is a shock but knowing that she has feelings for him is bewildering. Can he convince his best friend of all time that his feelings for her are not fake like his acting?

Josie Weston has always had a thing for Binks. The problem  is that he always thinks of her as a friend, something she hates. She still remembers the image of his naked body years ago and has not forgotten how it might feel like on her body. Josie knows that it's fate that brings him back to the town, but it's up to her to keep him there forever. She has always known he was destined for something more than just a small town career, but can she let him go again? Is his return just for a sexual fling or something else?

Oh, I love second chances, especially when it involves friendship and so much more. Josie is your typical woman who has one special friend she has never forgotten. Now Binks is a man who is burnt out from his career and ready for something else. I loved that the story line was fast paced and got to the point without so much description in it. Barbara did a beautiful job in showing us a man who has had it all only to realize what he has been missing all his life. These two were great together and man Barbara did a great job showing us the passion that has been there for a long times explode full force. Great book and I'll definitely will be on the lookout for more of Barbara’s books.

3 Tea Cups!


1 comment:

barbara huffert said...

Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it.


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