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    A hot, sexy romp

    The premise of author’s Leela Lou Dahlin’s delightful erotic romance, A Haught Date, is simple. Her protagonist, Gemmi Brooks, is a winsome twenty-something whose self-respect has landed in the toilet after her man-eating cousin seduced Gemmi’s boyfriend at the last family reunion. With her confidence in tatters and fatigued from everyone attempts at fixing her up, Gemmi invents an imaginary boyfriend whom she claims to have been involved with for five months. Unfortunately, another family get-together looms on the horizon. Gemmi’s nearest and dearest expect to meet the new man in Gemmi’s life, forcing her to go on the search for someone to impersonate a lover. Enter Camden Haught, local Adonis, bartender and co-owner of a popular club, the Haught Spot, with his two older brothers, and general knight in shining armor. The beautiful and gallant Camden comes to Gemmi’s rescue as a request by a mutual friend and finds himself attracted to her. Gemmi finds herself put off by Camden’s warmth, looks and genuine, because, by time they meet, her ego has been through the wringer. She’s insecure about her looks and ability to hold onto a lover and feels he is out of her league. Camden has his own personal demons, ones that make him afraid to tread the rocky waters of romance. In the post-Fifty Shades universe, Dahlin has taken a different path from many erotic romances. Her characters are working class, emotionally undamaged, her writing, polished, and the pacing fast. She created an interesting world that could possibly lead to more novels featuring the Haught brothers in the future.

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