Friday, September 24, 2010

Compromising Positions by Jenna Bayley-Burke review


“With sensual love scenes, flirty repartee, and a man and woman clearly meant to be together, you get everything you could ever want in a romance novel. Overall, I have to say that Compromising Positions is a must read!”
~ Long and Short Reviews
"Compromising Positions would have to be one of the best contemporary romance novels I have read in a long time. Jenna Bayley-Burke delivers it all, romance, humor, and great chemistry between her hero and heroine. It is so well written. The pace is great, and the story line fantastic."
~ Fallen Angel Reviews

Book Description

Falling in love is the last thing on his busy agenda-but compromising positions can lead just about anywhere.
David Strong knows how to do a lot of things-run an international fitness company, finesse stock portfolios and stay out of emotional entanglements. That is, until he gets tangled up with Sophie Delfino and her Sensational Sex workout. He-s supposed to help her demonstrate Kama Sutra positions for her couples- yoga class. The rigorous postures require more than just physical control. And his co-instructor unexpectedly tests his control to the limit.
Sophie-s been fantasizing about David since her teens, but she never dreamed she-d actually be expected to run through her intimate desires-with an audience! The class is very professional, tame even-or it would be, if she-d been in any of the positions before. But she hasn-t-except in her wildest fantasies about David. Sophie knows she wants David in every way, and she-s flexible enough to use whatever she has to get him.
David can-t afford any unexpected distractions. Besides the sensual positions he has to endure without embarrassing himself in public, there-s an embezzler stealing from his company. And then there-s Sophie-who is well on her way to stealing his well-guarded heart.
Warning: This is one exercise program you won-t need to consult your doctor before beginning-unless he-s hot and available for house calls. The Kama Sutra isn-t for the prudish or faint of heart, and neither is this story.