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A Body & Soul Novel

by Gina Gordon

The deeply sensual Body & Soul series kicks off with “a fun, sexy emotional read” (Lisa Renee Jones), as one woman discovers the courage to face life’s greatest challenges—and explore her connection with a handsome neighbor.

Violet Walker has been hiding. Withdrawn after a terrible car accident, she is worried about going back to her high-pressure job, where she’s expected to project confidence and sleek refinement. Allowing herself a distraction, she’s been watching her sexy neighbor work on his house. But when the shirtless, grinning hunk catches her in the act, Violet is struck by the unmistakable jolt of physical chemistry, a sensation that’s both thrilling and terrifying.

Noah Young is used to moving from one construction job to another, never laying a firm foundation. The same goes for the women in his life—until Violet changes all that. His beautiful voyeur embraces his rough edges and shows him a hint of real love. But even Noah can tell that she’s holding back, hiding her body and her heart from what they both truly want. If only he could get a little help convincing Violet to see herself as he sees her: perfect in every way.

Advance praise for Naked

“Naked is not to be missed. All I can say is, more Noah please!”—New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones

“A fun, sexy story that will make your heart race, Naked is a great swoony romance!”—New York Times bestselling author A. Meredith Walters

Noah and Violet have to be one of my favorite couples.  I love how they are together – experiencing new things and growing closer.  It’s adorable how he takes her out on regular dates (although none of my dates go quite like their’s do :)).  As hot and sexy as they are together, there’s also a sweetness to their falling in love.

Both of them have issues they have to work out – Noah is unsure of the future he wants and Violet has to find her mojo.  While they are both finding a distraction in each other, they also find a strength as well – Noah evaluates what he really wants out of his life, while Violet has to address some major body issues.  Nowadays, I think almost everyone is aware of how hurtful other people’s view of us can be and her struggle with that is very touching.

An added bonus – not only do we get a great story but we’re introduced to secondary characters that are sure to get great books of their own.  There’s some great material there and they definitely add a certain oomph to the story.

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