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Review: Can't Touch This by Marley Gibson

Jan 6, 2012

Book 1
Resisting Temptation Series

For Vanessa Virtue, all work and no play leads straight to temptation, one that’s too hot to touch...or resist.

A well-deserved work promotion opens up a thrilling world that Vanessa could only long for until now: exotic travel, a corporate credit card, and the opportunity to ogle hunk-and-a-half Kyle Nettles. Unfortunately, their employer has a strict “no dating within the company” policy. So instead of succumbing to her feelings, Vanessa hones her flirtations on the competition: a rock star sales exec who works for their rival company.

Rory Ellery has dreamy blue eyes and a kiss that threatens to obliterate Vanessa's taboo crush on Kyle...and just might provide a great chance for spying on the competition. That is, unless Rory is actually spying on her. When Vanessa goes digging for dirt with Rory, what she uncovers is scandal—and risks losing her job completely. To make things right with her employer, she’ll have to enlist Kyle’s help. But to make things right with her soul, is she willing to risk her job and her security in order to open her heart to Kyle.
I gave this book  a 3
Can't Touch This by Marley Gibson is an amusing foray into what goes on behind closed doors in Corporate America, especially when you have a crush. I enjoyed reading this story, I found interesting the fact that it was told in first person. There were times I felt as if the characters were younger than they were. Vanessa was a diverting character, she had the ability to make me laugh on numerous occasions. There are great moments in the book, corky sayings that are sure keepers.
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Check out Marley Gibson's website for more titles, especially her YA series, Ghost Huntress series.

Publisher: Marley Gibson
Pub Date: December 14, 2011
Imprint: TKA Distribution
Category: Adult-Other-Contemporary Women

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