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PDF Ò BOOK Nailed By Christine d'Abo FREE ã GWAIRSOFT Æ [Read] ➲ Nailed Author Christine d'Abo – Gwairsoft.co.uk Warning This show contains scenes of sexual tensionHosting a new TV show is a fantasy turned reality for diva decorator Sophia Holbrook But concentrating on color swatches is hard wHey have been putting than just their heads together behind the scenes What secrets will the cameras expose? Tune in tonight to find outViewer discretion advised Mature audiences onl On the lookout for a red hot romantic read to get your blood boiling on these cold mornings as we enter into Autumn ? Cosmopolitan Magazine aka Cosmo has released their own collection of Red Hot reads for all those female readers out there and today's book is Nailed by Christine D'Abo and in this case that is Nailed in two different contexts Nailed takes place at the site of a new DIY Television show where they are renovating an old historical house called Trinity House When new and upcoming designer Sophie gets the job she is ecstatic as not only will it bring much needed publicity for her and put her business on the map but she has always had a dream to star on TV and in the art of show business you can't go too far with Reality TV However what will happen when she discovers that her co star Fynn takes a uick disliking to her ? Can she prove to him that she's up for the job even though she can't seem to concentrate when he is around her the words heart palpitations jumps to mind With the pair of them working on the show will the job ever get done or will their personal lives start to affect their working relationship ? Find out in this uick red hot read from the Cosmo Collection Nailed by Christine D'Abo

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Warning This show contains scenes of sexual tensionHosting a new TV show is a fantasy turned reality for diva decorator Sophia Holbrook But concentrating on color swatches is hard wh A few years ago I became hooked on HGTV for as long as it took me to close on a new house And then I was done I couldn't stand to watch any of it because every improvement or option was so much better than I was able to afford and I just wanted to be satisfied with what I'd found But I still totally get the appeal Nailed is a ridiculously fun naughty take on the whole HGTV phenom for anyone who's looked at a low slung tool belt and thought DaaamnSophia's a new designer who did a great job on the right person's house and now finds herself the host of a new home improvement show Impact Load snort Her first meeting with her co host Fynn the contractor doesn't go terribly well Because she's new he assumes she's a publicity whore whose expectations will burden the budget and the schedule and cause countless headaches for himBut there's at stake for Sophia than just the show and her reputation They're renovating Trinity House a shelter for single mothers and their children and a place that had been her and her mother's salvation when she was a little girl It matters to her that she honour it and what it will become for others who need to escape difficult situationsFynn is a distraction though A grumpy gorgeous distraction The two hosts' animosity and attraction plays out on screen as noted in the director's intriguingly personal production notes Things turn around rather uickly a necessity in such a short book especially one with a compelling secondary plot But I kind of wished the acrimony had played out just a bit longer It would have made the turnaround that much sweeter Still it really made sense in the context of the story so this is a petty complaint I'm just greedyAs always with d'Abo the sex is seriously hot and seriously fun And as always there's a lot going on than just romance including some rank villainy from a villain who's not a woman for a change Yay Sophia's journey is really lovely Despite her youth and idealism she's realistic and grounded and when she's pushed she easily chooses the noble path Fynn's a bit of a cipher but he has as much depth and character as you can get in a novella And he's good with a hammer AhemThis uick read was great hot fun in a beautiful little tale of growth and renewal written with a decidedly Canadian accent Rockin'NevaReviewed from ARC Published by HarleuinFull review at nomdeplumepresswordpresscom

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Nailed By Christine d'AEn all she can think of is her studly cohost contractor Fynn Babineau These two may clash over blueprints and budgets on screen but with the lust palpable between them rumor has it t My ReviewThe premise of this book was really cute just because I could see it actually happening having watched a few of these shows This is a short read and I felt like it had some faults because of that The beginning half really felt descriptive heavy especially when it came to the shelterway than was needed for this length of book I would much rather there have been chemistry between the hero and heroineespecially in that first half That chemistry and their tension was described a lot of the time but a lot of those early scenes between them happened off the page and the reader was just told that things felt stilted or tense between the two I felt cheated out of the build up of their relationship because of that But in the second half they shone Although I will admit that there were bits from the director or from someone else on the set where their descriptions of what they were observing between Fynn and Sophia didn't match what was truly happening between them If that was supposedly because they were hiding their relationship then that didn't uite make it into the book explaining that disconnect Honestly if this had been a book entirely focused on Fynn and Sophia I would have been happy because I did enjoy the scenes where they connectedeven though a lot of the time that was simply sexual chemistry combusting all over the page I have no issue with that ;There was a lot happening in this storythe reconstruction of the shelter the making of a TV show Sophia dealing with her past Carl's mechanisms Sophia trying to work out her partnership with Theresa and then finally the relationship which was contentious a lot of the time between Fynn and Sophia and them trying to play nice in front of the camera For this length of book it just seemed like too much and the true chemistry aspect of the story lost outand most of those other parts I didn't care about because they were minorjust kind of there This is only my second read of one of the Red Hot Reads and I'm thinking honestly that this may just not be a format for me which is perfectly fine I don't regret reading this one at all It just didn't uite lived up to what I hoped it would be I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review