Good To Go, #3
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Fated Desires Publishing
Date of Publication: July 8, 2014
Number of pages: 104
Word Count: 30,000
Cover Artist: Valerie Tibbs
Major Brad Cava has watched his siblings fall in love. He tried marriage once—it didn’t take. He’s not looking for love, just some fun with women who know the score. He’s been in a dry spell for a while, which must be why that smart-aleck at work, Ms. Genevieve St. James, is looking so good. Granted, she’s just his type. She has long, wine-red hair, knockout curves in all the right places, killer green eyes and a brain to go with the body. But she sets his teeth on edge with all her professional dictates and attitude at the office.
Genevieve has no idea why Major Annoying, as she likes to call the sexy Major Cava, is always on her mind. When she inadvertently catches her new mystery neighbor pleasuring himself, she automatically thinks of Cava. To her mortification, she finds out Major Hottie and her exhibitionist neighbor are one and the same. Before long, she’s learning there’s much more to Brad than an amazing body, charming wit, and dictatorial tendency at work.
They find themselves falling hard for each other. Until something strange happens at work, and Genevieve is blamed for things she didn’t do. Brad doesn’t seem to trust her, and she has to wonder if the love she’s beginning to feel is one-sided. When the truth comes out, Brad has to has to figure out if he can risk it all again for a woman. Has he learned from his past, or is he doomed to make the same mistakes again with a woman he can’t help loving?
After reading, and enjoying the first two books in this series, Major Attraction and Major Seduction, I was very pleased with the conclusion of this trilogy.
This is the story of Brad Cava, the oldest of the three Cava siblings. He has a difficult time trusting women, especially since his wife cheated on him and then left him for someone of higher rank. This is several years in the past, taking place just before the events in book 2, and with both his siblings now settled, he keeps reminding himself that being single is exactly how he wants things. To bad that just the thought of Genevieve St. James, the new non-combatant systems engineer, makes his body stand up at attention.
Brad is in the Intelligence Division and Genevieve is working with the department to make sure that all the systems work correctly. She is both efficient and demanding when it comes to her job. She seems to revel in paperwork and getting in Brad's way. When she unknowingly moves in next door to Brad and accidentally spies on him pleasuring himself through the window, all she sees is a hot body, not who the body belongs to. She is aggravated with herself when she imagines Brad's face to go with sexy body next door. He has been nothing but condescending since she started and she has enjoyed putting him in his place whenever possible. Genevieve just wished she wasn't as attracted to Major Annoying as she was.
The next day, after another run in with each other, Genevieve ends up following Brad home, to their mutual shock. It doesn't take long before their verbal foreplay becomes actual foreplay. There were some smokin' hot sexy scenes in this book as they play with voyeurism and exhibitionism. This book was easy to get sucked into and was paced very well. A great end to the trilogy. I gave it 4 stars.