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Her Valentine Fantasy

Narrated by: Lily Bask
Length: 2 hrs and 45 mins
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Tonight's sinful dessert special... Valentine's Fantasy...

The tasty dish from Benedict restaurant is everything Jessica Lafayette could want...or crave. And it's not the dessert in front of her - it's her waiter. A guy with dark, intense eyes that suggest he wants to lick whipped cream slowly off her skin. A smile so wicked it makes her insides lava-cake gooey. And a too-hot-to-handle body that was meant to be tasted.... Yup, Sam the Waiter is better than chocolate. But what Jessica doesn't know is that her one-night-waiter is actually Sam Benedict, Upscale Restaurateur. And that her little lie about being from out of town is going to turn into a Big Deal. Now Jessica is in deep hot chocolate...because her Valentine Fantasy is starting to look a lot like a red-hot reality!

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  • 19-04-18

Good for the length this fantasy needed more

Sam and Jessica met under in opportune circumstance for them both. This did not bother the desire and passion brewing between them. Neither really knowing anything about the other find that they have a connection. It was what it was. The fantasy bit could have went further but restraints for these types of stories don't allow for much. Lily Bask did a good job. Nothing truly stood out.