Saturday, October 3, 2015

Title: His Fantasy Girl
Author: Nina Croft
Rating: 

A sexy category romance from Entangled's Brazen imprint...

When fantasy and reality collide...

There's nothing like a near death experience to make a guy reassess his life. And that's exactly what nightclub owner Logan McCabe decides to do, starting with looking up the girl he spent one wild night with eleven years ago, right before his life turned to crap. He spent a year fantasizing about her. Now he's ready to see how reality matches up.

Imogen Parker is a perfectionist. She's only strayed from the straight and narrow once in her life, on her eighteenth birthday. It was supposed to be one wild night with a totally unsuitable man before she settled into her sensible future. Instead it changed her life forever.

Logan might still be the sexiest man Imogen has ever seen, but a dirty-talking, tattooed, ex-con is the last thing she needs in her perfect life. He claims she's his fantasy girl, but what he doesn't know is she's also the mother of his ten-year old daughter...
 


     

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His Fantasy Girl begins when Logan has a near death experience and realizes he wants to find the girl he left behind eleven years ago. But the problem is, Abby isn't at all what he thought she was, and worse, she's hiding a secret from him that will shatter his whole world when he finds out. Abby has lived the last eleven years, and the years before that trying to be perfect. She feels she has a lot to prove, and when Logan comes back into her life things getting shaken up, and she's unsure if she's doing the right thing anymore. 

His Fantasy Girl has a very interesting story line. But I felt the main issues of the story were overshadowed with certain aspects of sexy times during most of the book. It got rather annoying as well. 

Other than that I did like the book, but I hated that that happened. And I also really didn't like Abby half the time. I felt like she was a stuck up brat, and she bugged me. 

But I enjoyed Jenny, and I really liked Logan as well. It was also cool to see some of Logan's family, they were all really interesting. 
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