Review: Gianni (The Santinis #3) by Melissa Schroeder

May 18, 2013 Review 0

Review: Gianni (The Santinis #3) by Melissa Schroeder

The youngest of the Santinis, Gee has always been the biggest flirt. He usually has no problem charming women. That is until he spies Kianna Jones across the room. For once in his life, he is unable to charm her into a date.

Kianna is a woman who doesn’t expect romance, especially with a sexy PJ who is five years younger than she is. But, he just won’t give up so she agrees to a date, which turns into several and eventually to the best sex of her life. Still, she isn’t ready to commit beyond their present status.

Gee isn’t happy when Kianna resists taking their relationship to the next level but he refuses to give up. If there is one thing a Santini understands is that nothing worth fighting for comes easily—and he is prepared to launch the fight of his life.

Title: Gianni
Author: Melissa Schroeder
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Leonardo, Marco, Vicente, Snowbound Seduction
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: May 17, 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 96
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames

Oh sweet sweet flirtatious baby Santini Gee. He is absolutely swoon worthy. After reading his playful flirting with Alana in Marco I knew I would just love reading his tale to a happily ever after. I was correct in this assumption. I am also happy that he got a girl he had to work to get. Kianna kept the man on his toes in his pursuit of her. She didn’t just let him take control and run with it. She thought she was just a passing fling for him so she didn’t let him ease his way into her life. She believed she was saving herself from heartache later. Little did either one of them know that not expressing their thoughts about what they were doing would lead to trouble anyways.

I loved that each chapter begins with a tiny snippet from the emails they shared while Gee was deployed. This added a sweetness to the anticipation they went through before seeing each other again after two months of emails.

Melissa Schroeder

               


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