Sunday, September 22, 2013

Review ~ One Night in the Spa by Kathy Lyons

What starts out as a simple massage treatment for spa manager David’s best friend Kim, turns into a night of seduction and sexual discovery.
Always relegated to the friend zone, David is determined to show Kim what she’s been missing…one erogenous zone at a time. Sure, their friendship is on the line. And sure, David’s hiding a motive larger than either him or Kim. But the second his hands touch her smooth skin, he just doesn’t care anymore.
Kim’s been so focused on the loss of her sports career that she’s had no time for romance or sex. But her response to David can’t be denied. Is it just that her body’s been missing out, or could her heart be involved too?


One Night in the Spa is full of surprises.  Kim Castillo is the manager of John's Fitness.  David Pepke is the spa manager of Pamper Me Spa.  The two have known each other for three years, every since Kim started working at John's Fitness, and are now best friends.
For a twenty-four-year-old, Kim has overcome a tragedy that has shaped her life.  With the loss of her professional racketball career, Kim's life is spinning out of control.  Things are happening to her and she isn't sure how to deal with them.
David comes across her journal and figures out what's happening with Kim.  He thinks that this is his chance to let her know how he feels about her and move out of the "friend" zone to something more.  When David offers Kim a facial and massage at Pamper Me Spa, both will get more than they bargained for.
This is the story of what happens when you go for what you want and throw caution to the wind.  But sometimes, things are not always as they seem.  It's going to take a strong friendship and an undeniable love to get these two through a betrayal and a secret.
Rating: 4
Release Date: August 26, 2013
Book Length: 96 pages
Source: NetGalley, via Entangled: Ever After
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook

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  1. I love their short novels - they are fun and perfect if you want something between two novels.

    Glass @ Way Too Hot Books

    1. You're right. I had trouble visualizing the facial so I had to go and get one. You know, for research purposes. :)


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