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  • Delightfully fun and lighthearted read

    Georgia Fulton is looking forward to working on some major investigative pieces at her new internship but the boss from hell, looking to cash in on her notoriety has chosen to have her write stories on the local celebrities and up first is the star catcher of the hometown baseball team, Brett Knox. To say that Georgia is not happy with the assignment is an understatement, at least until she sets eyes on Brett. Brett has been nursing a major crush on Georgia for a while and finally getting to meet her is a dream come true. However, no matter how attractive he finds her, he is not willing to stroll down memory lane and share painful details of his past. It’s now up to Georgia to convince him otherwise. The more time they spend together, the harder it becomes to resist the attraction between them. I share Georgia’s disinterest in baseball so I was concerned that there would be a lot of baseball information in this book which would affect my enjoyment of it, but my worries were needless because Ms. Simcox has written two very lovable characters. Georgia is smart and brainy and I absolutely adored her. She is an everyday all-American girl, not some elegant and poised catwalk beauty and dare I say a little bit clumsy? Brett is just an all-round sweet guy, gentle, funny and charming. Both of them have some baggage from their past to overcome and having a relationship in the public eye is kind of difficult, especially with Georgia’s piranha of a boss breathing down her neck for salacious details on Brett, but I loved Georgia even more for standing her ground and refusing to reduce her assignment to tabloid fare. These two had some major chemistry not not just between the sheets. Their interactions made for a lot of laughter-filled moments for me. In all, VARIOUS STATES OF UNDRESS: GEORGIA is a delightfully fun and lighthearted read! *ARC provided by publisher*

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