HelenKay Dimon's Baby It's Cold Outside

May 2014





Workplace romance... may not be a good idea when the romance is with the boss. Especially if you are suspected of stealing confidential company information. That is the fate of Thea Marshall in HelenKay Dimon's Baby, It's Cold Outside

The first in her new Men At Work series, Ms Dimon introduces us to characters that I am hoping she will revisit again - soon! I hope you read my review, then the story, and then you too will be hoping for more. Soon.



Below is my review for Baby, It's Cold Outside.



Lincoln Campbell knew it was a mistake. He'd managed to avoid it since he'd hired Thea Marshall as his assistant. The attraction was there, but he wouldn't have sex with her. He couldn't have sex with her.

Linc had sex with Thea, and it was amazing. He'd say it was the best night of his life, but the morning after made the entire night before a bitter pill to swallow. The investigator had conclusive evidence - Thea was the mole who had provided confidential information to their competitor.

Thea had known it was a mistake to have sex with the boss, but she hadn't been thinking - only feeling. She had never expected to be fired the next day - or to be accused of a crime she hadn't committed. She couldn't stand to remain in the city so she left for the family cabin - wanting alone time from the memories. But she couldn't escape everything, a piece of Linc would be with her forever - she was pregnant with his child.

And just as she tried to come to terms with being in the family way, she opened the door to find Linc.

Baby, It's Cold Outside was a sexy story of two individuals who had been hurt by each other, but still wanting reconciliation. I was so glad that Linc showed up before he learned of Thea's pregnancy even though he considered her a suspect. But he believed in her and assumed she had valid reasons. Thea, on the other hand, knew that Linc had evidence against her, yet still found herself willing to put that aside and focus on a possible future together. And not just for the sake of their child. I look forward to the next book in this series.

Kathy Andrico - KathysReviewCorner.com


FTC Disclaimer: I did receive a copy for review. However, this website only posts "good" reviews. If I cannot post a positive review, I notify whoever has provided me with the book/ARC/ebook.








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