Craving Her Enemy’s Touch by Rachael Thomas

Craving Her Enemy's Touch by Rachael Thomas

The only man she hates…
Captivating king of the racing circuit, Sandro Roselli might send Charlotte Warrington’s pulse into overdrive, but he’s also hiding something about her brother’s death. Sandro has offered her a job, but Charlotte will make sure she’s in the driver’s seat to uncover his secret.


Is the only man she can’t resist!

Yet life in the fast lane with Sandro is dangerous. As Charlotte’s craving for his touch intensifies, she begins to lose herself in his intoxicating world. The irresistible Italian is driving her senses crazy, but can their heady affair survive the dark truth he hides?

Craving Her Enemy’s Touch by Rachael Thomas

I rarely read the Harlequin Presents line (or its international equivalents). However, I’ve been really impressed with their diversity in recent years.

I read Craving Her Enemy’s Touch immediately after coming home from the first Formula One race of 2015, so my timing was excellent. Clearly the author knows her motorsport. But more importantly, I love that this category line now includes sexually aware career women who can physically put together a race car and DRIVE IT!!

No stereotyping here! Something I’m very grateful for, considering how many sexist comments I get for attending and understanding the F1!!

However, I did find this book dragged a bit. The category romance rule seems to be that the first 20% of a book is one big, long scene, but I’m not a fan of this trend. This leads to too much mental lusting for me.

However, mostly my impression of this book is WOW. Because I’m so glad romance fiction is so diverse now I can find a book that incorporates pretty much all my obscure interests!

 

Review copy provided by NetGalley.

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3 thoughts on “Craving Her Enemy’s Touch by Rachael Thomas

    1. Mental lusting drives me crazy! I usually just skip those paragraphs!

      I used to HATE motorsport, even though my father used to run national championships for the national motorsport organisation, and my birth announcement was in the national motorsport magazine!

      But my brother dragged me to the Formula One in Monaco, and gradually I was turned into a fan. 🙂 Mostly, I get annoyed how many men assume I’m too stupid to understand it.

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