by Jill Shalvis

December 2005
ISBN: 0-451-21709-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Signet Books
Mass Market Paperback

Mia Appleby has come a long way from the Tennessee trailer park where she grew up. Now living in the hills of Los Angeles Mia has the perfect life. She has a home she loves a fantastic job with a salary that provides for all she has ever dreamed of. When sexy Harley riding neighbor Kevin McKnight catches her eye Mia is hell bent on having one night of wild passionate sex with the guy and moving on. Will this independent girl be able to forget the sexy biker so fast?

Kevin McKnight is a Harley riding high school teacher. Next-door neighbor Mia has captured his attention and he wants much more than a one night with this captivating woman. If he can only convince her that perhaps they might have a future together then all will be right with his world. Little does he know that he certainly has his work cut out for him.

Both Mia and Kevin have their hands full handling the problems of others. Mia’s niece Hope has run away from home and shows up on her doorstep unexpectedly. Mia has no idea how to deal with her Goth clad niece but the sexy neighbor might be able to give her some pointers as he is a high school teacher so he should know something about kids right? Kevin has his hands full caring for his younger brother, Mike who is deaf thanks to abuse he suffered at the hands of his father….something for which Kevin feels responsible.

Jill Shalvis has created a hot and sexy chemistry between her main characters that will captivate her readers’ attention from the first chapter. In a bit of a twist the woman in this story is the one who seems to be afraid of commitment while our hero Kevin is more than willing to commit to Mia. Shalvis has penned a fun sexy story that will have her readers eating out of her hand. The secondary characters are really likeable and the smart and snappy dialog moves the story along nicely. Her Sexiest Mistake, is another winner from the talented Ms Shalvis. Don’t miss this special story.

Reviewed in April 2006 by Barbara.

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