Beatrix Clouet and Lela Turner are meilleurs amis, best friends, and they share everything—clothes, confidences, even, at times, men. But their next journey they must take alone.

For years, Beatrix loved her step-father, but he's been out of touch since her mother's death. Philip Carmichael is determined to make a success the family business, the Meilleurs Amis international stores, but Beatrix is testing his concentration.

Lela has drifted from one thing to the next, but when Philip offers her a chance to manage the New York store, she jumps at it. As exciting as the business is, the man who walks through the door is even more awe-inspiring. With Simon Graves, Lela discovers explosive lovemaking and something she's never had before—love.

While the raw passion will caress your body, the romance will touch your soul, as Beatrix and Lela's show that their PERSONAL ASSETS are more than what is on the surface. Holly pens one hot, hot, hot story—complete with raw language and some group sex scenes. (Jan., 304 pp., $12.00)

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Cohen