Title: The Dimple of Doom
It may sound like common sense, but never hump an art thief. Turns out, Samantha Lytton's Common-Sense-O-Meter is super duper broken.
Failed actress Samantha Lytton is getting along just fine in her lonely little life when a charming criminal called Sam or Nate or maybe even Richmond kisses her, square dances most provocatively, opens his not-so-wicked heart, and gets her in trouble with not one, but two international art theft rings as well as the LAPD.
She's either gonna end up in jail or famous. Maybe both.
Along the way, she fights for her life and falls for this funny, sexy disaster of a man… and learns that finding happily-ever-after with yourself is the first step to real contentment. A cute dimple is just the second.
Author: Lucy Woodhull
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life
Series: Samantha Lytton
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: August 2, 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Samantha finds herself ridiculously in lust with the temp accountant ironically names Sam. One thing leads to another and soon she finds herself on her back on her boss’ couch. Little did she know that thanks to that little act of scandalous behaviour her whole world will be turned upside down. Sam will now be Nate, and Nate will then be Richmond. How is a girl supposed to keep a name straight, never mind the two art theft rings both after her sexy ass?
Ooh what a laugh. Here I am sitting reading my book and looking like a complete nincompoop for laughing out loud at what looks to the rest of the world like nothing. Throughout the book Sam found herself in the most ridiculous situations in the post fun positions that it became increasingly hard to put the book down as the story carried on. Soon I found myself up at 2 am still reading. Both Sam and Nate (or is it Richmond?) are both great characters with excellent chemistry and I found myself rooting for both of them from page one.
From daring (but funny) art heists to steamy hotel moments and shoot outs this was action packed, passion filled and funny from start to end. A must read if ever I have seen one.