Book Review

NOT QUITE ENOUGH
by Catherine Bybee

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Bybee’s gift for creating unforgettable romances cannot be ignored. The third book in the Not Quite series will sweep readers away to a paradise, and they will be intrigued by the thrilling story that accompanies their literary vacation. As a former nurse herself, the author uses medical terminology that’s easy to understand, and the language of love is spoken clearly. Trent and Monica’s relationship is passionate and heartfelt, and many will wish their story keeps going on and on. How will Bybee ever top this amazing installment?

ER nurse Monica Mann joins Borderless Nurses, a relief organization. When an earthquake and tsunami devastate Jamaica, she is happy to volunteer her services. There, she meets shoeless and sexy pilot Trent Fairchild. Their attraction is obvious and off the charts. They slip away to a remote cave to exchange a few kisses and possibly more when aftershocks from the earthquake ambush them. Monica’s wounded leg is tended to by Trent, and they learn a lot about themselves and each other as they await rescue. But their warm nights and hot passion could be over in a flash, as they realize they must go back to living separate lives. (MONTLAKE, Oct., 314 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Jaime A. Geraldi

Publisher: MONTLAKE

Published: October 2013

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