Back Cover - That's the sizzling premise behind the Fantasy Weekend Contest at the Hush Hotel in Manhatten. PR director Kit Prescott has outdone herself promoting a hotel catering to the senses -- until she welcomes the first winner. Sexy, single Peter Garson has checked into the Carnaby Suite -- the same man who checked out prematurely from their wedding three years ago!!
Peter will do anything to win Kit back, including penning all his fantasies and feelings on paper for her to see -- and experience nightly in the confines of his king-size bed. His touch brings so many memories -- good and bad -- flooding back. But can he and Kit separate fantasy from reality once the weekend is over?
Welcome to the Hush Hotel! Check out the couple in room 1864....
"Touch me," Kit whispered, straddling his lap.
Peter didn't have to be asked twice. He reached for her breasts, tracing the shape of them though the silk, loving the textures, the nipples pebbling against his fingertips.
He pictured her lushly painted mouth as he murmured, "What will happen next?"
Paper crackeled. "Will She let me love her?" Ger voice was low and sexy as she read. "I don't know. It's her choice. Her decision." He heard his own words written for the fantasy contest, though she'd added a few of her own.
He hadn't realized how intense his need would be with the woman he was in love with -- had loved forever -- splayed across his lap.
Kit kissed him suddenly, and the shock of her lips, glossy and wet, felt like his first kiss ever.
"Let me love you," he gasped. "Now."
There was no way the chair could hold them, what with the two of them tearing at each other's clothes. They tumbled off and onto the floor -- the plush, deeply carpeted, made-for-rolling-around-having-wild-sex floor.
I honestly don't know if I could have forgiven Peter if I was Kit - this book is really emotional - it has great sex scenes, but it also goes into a lot of detail about how Kit felt the day she stood at the front of a church in front of 200 friends and relatives, dressed as a beautiful bride and waited for the man she loved who never showed up. He finally sent her a short not saying that he was sorry he hurt her and that he hoped she could forgive him one day with a check to her parents for the cost of the wedding. I cried when I read the part where she told him how it felt. I know he was sorry, but I just don't know if you can ever be sorry enough for something like that. He did do everything in his power to woo her and win her back, but in the end, when she had a chance to get payback for everything that happened three years before or take a chance on happiness - I wasn't absolutely sure what I would have done. This is a really good book - it gets you thinking, but it still has all the hot love scenes we have come to expect from Blaze - I highly recommend it.