There’s just something so sexy about the words these two have for one another and the reaction to them by the other. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures
“He’s just seen the one thing that was meant for her eyes only. ”
Molly Harris never intended to send “that” letter. It was only meant to be a secret record of her true feelings for her boss, gorgeous pediatrician Sam Shepard. But in the chaos of a crazy day at work, Molly accidentally hits “send” instead of “delete.”
Mortified by her mistake, Molly acts in the only way she can. She submits her notice of resignation. A professional-etiquette line’s been crossed, and there’s no going back.
Sam’s mouth goes dry-then it waters-when he discovers his receptionist has sent him a dirty love letter. Or to be more explicit, a wicked, erotic love letter, neatly outlining her many fantasies involving him.
Now Sam has two choices. Either he can be the ultimate professional and accept Molly’s resignation, or he can acknowledge the depths of his desire and maybe, just maybe, convince her to send him another saucy email…
Warning: Could cause the uncontrollable urge to write-and receive-dirty love letters. But proceed with caution…you’re going to want to act on those letters. Immediately.
Review copy provided for an honest review
I’ve enjoyed this series by Jess Dee from the start but this one really brings a smile to my face. First off we met the hero Sam in the second book, he was pretty instrumental in helping Charlie and Sarah get their act together and figure out they wanted more from each other. But what I really loved was that Jess Dee the master of creating hot, steamy, melt your panties off sex scenes didn’t allow our couple to actually do the deed until almost the very end of this book! Right now all of you have had your minds blown, right? Let me assure you that even though their physical relationship is put on hold, you will be amazed by how sinfully arousing this book is. When Molly Harris accidentally sends a provocative email to her boss, Dr. Sam Shepard she’s mortified and feels she must resign. Sam on the other hand finds it more than interesting and he’s very willing to finally address the feelings he’s had for Molly for almost 4 years. They both soon find that the power of words can sometimes be just as effective as the action they describe yet those words leave them longing for so much more.
Wow, I can’t get over how completely gratifying this book is despite only one sex scene. The characters are so likeable. Molly the efficient receptionist who was thrust into adulthood when her mother was killed and she became instant parent to her younger sibling. She comes off as cool and professional yet when she sits down to pen the emails to Sam; we see this whole other side. The woman who sees her boss as more than the doctor who gave her sister her life back, she sees him as the man who she wants in her bed and in her heart. There’s no doubt Sam is an amazing doctor and well respected at the hospital but there’s something missing in his life. He’s thrown when he gets the first accidental email but he also knows he doesn’t want them to stop. They both know they are crossing a line but neither one can seem to find the strength to quit.
I can say with absolute clarity that this will be one of those books I read again and again. There’s just something so sexy about the words these two have for one another and the reaction to them by the other. Even though More Than Words is a novella, I felt like I got a complete story. We get to know these characters, we know they share a past, and we understand the unrequited feelings they share for one another. While I’ve enjoyed the other two stories in this series, this one felt like it had more substance and it’s hard not to imagine what the future has in store for these two. Another job well done and another book to add to my read often pile!