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Kiss Lonely Goodbye
by: Lynn Emery
Review by Tina Morgan

Lynn Emery writes steamy stories that are sure to delight. In Kiss Lonely Goodbye, Nicole Summers Benoit is thrust into the corporate world when her cantankerous uncle leaves control of Summers Security Firm in her hands. At first her goal is simply to survive his will's requirement that she serve one year as CEO of the company but she soon realizes that in order to gain her families respect she must do more than that. She must succeed and keep Summers Security at the top of the game.

Success won't come easy as her uncle's children fight to take control of the company they thought would be theirs. And they're not the only ones making her job difficult. Marcus Reed, vice-president of Summer Security had been led to believe he would be the acting CEO.

A self made man who's worked his way up from a rough life Nicole has only seen on TV, Marcus is not only intelligent he also has "skin the color of mink, expressive cocoa brown eyes and a full mouth that could inspire hot fantasies". She needs his expertise but he wants to take her clients and branch out on his own. His plans are shattered when he discovers he wants to be with Nicole regardless of her family's disapproval.

When a theft ring seems to be working from within the company and a murder strikes close to home, Nicole and Marcus must decide if what they feel is just a passing affair or if they can trust each other with their hearts and their lives.

Lynn Emery creates strong characters that possess depth and believability. She quickly draws the reader into the world she's created and keeps the story moving at a lively and highly interesting pace. Part of the Harper Torch line, Ms. Emery's books contain several sexual scenes that are sure to make your pulse race.

Ms. Emery graciously granted Fiction Factor an interview. Take a look at what this talented and intelligent writer has to say.

I highly recommend Kiss Lonely Goodbye and give it a  * * * * 1/2 star rating.

Rating Scale:
* * * * * = Un-put-downable, excellent reading!
* * * * = Good value, interesting reading.
* * * = Had potential, but could have been better.
* * = Slow, difficult to read, could have been improved.
* = Imminently forgettable.


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