Thursday, February 6, 2014

Come Away With Me by Kristen Proby

Seattle photographer Natalie Conner is on the beach early morning snapping shots of Puget Sound when she is accosted by a sexy guy furious that she is taking his picture. Natalie never shot him and is surprised at his overreaction, especially when he tries to take her camera. The dude eventually relents when Natalie proves that there are no shots of him.

The next day Natalie runs into the guy from the beach in one of the local shops and takes him up on his offer for drinks. She learns his name is Luke Williams and that he doesn't like his picture take and has a phobia about crowds. There is something about Luke that makes Natalie feel he is trustworthy, and on her their next date she reveals some of her secrets that she hasn't told anyone.

Luke is clearly smitten with Natalie and her curves, but what Natalie doesn't yet know is that Luke Williams (think Robert Pattinson) is a popular celebratory from a vampire movie franchise. He has been out of the limelight for the last five years and Natalie had never seen his movies, so she is totally clueless of who he is. Natalie also hasn't yet told him that on the side she shoots boudoir photos, which might night sit well with the possessive Luke.

Their relationship gets pretty hot and heavy early on. This book is totally predictable but still sexy, escapist fun and the first in the "With Me in Seattle" series. I can't wait to pick up the next book.

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