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Join London's hottest martial arts gym now!

Every girl needs some self-defense. But at Fit and Physical, you'll learn martial arts and get fit at the same time. Look great, feel better, and kick a little butt! Check out one-on-one personal training with our favorite karate black belt, Rosie Miller. She loves her job and the world of martial arts, and her life is just...well, brilliant.

Trainer and martial artist Rosie Miller's zen is seriously compromised when Hunter Black - her former coach and lover - becomes her new boss. With all the sexual energy still crackling between them, her poor little zen doesn't stand a chance. So this time Rosie is determined to do more than put up self-defense. She and Hunter are going to play by her rules....

©2014 Sarah Morgan (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • 09-05-20

More Warmed than Burned by second chance romance

Despite the “Burned” title and the scorching cover art, this was more of a warm, sentimental second chance romance. This book can be heard as a stand alone romance, but I recommend starting with Ripped, a much more fun, sexy listen involving sister Hayley Miller having an extreme wardrobe malfunction and other Bridget Jones style scenarios on the way to her HEA with hot Sicilian Nicco.

This book picks up shortly after Ripped ends, and follows sister Rosie Miller, whose first love Hunter Black reappears in her life as the new gym owner where she works as a fitness and martial arts instructor. For a novella, it’s a serviceable romance lacking the humor from book one. Rosie’s behavior is also against type. The book starts off with Rosie as a “rip the bandaid off” kind of gal who likes to get right to the point and flip to the last page in the book to see how it ends. Yet the entire time she’s around her old flame Hunter, she never talks to him about why he left and what he wants between them now, which leads to a lot of unnecessary angst as Rosie assumes he’s just looking for a casual fling.

Perhaps it’s having listened to both books on back to back days, but it felt like both couples did sex according to the same playbook. It was hot in the first book, but just warm the second time around. For a free Audible Escapes listen, however, I was satisfied with this afternoon listen.