This month Nana Prah & Cathrina Constantine reviewed Between the Sheets by Liv Rancourt.
Life for music teacher Maggie Schafer has been full of flat notes lately. Sick of being single and celibate, she vows to get her groove back at the upcoming Western Washington Choral Directors Annual Retreat.
Too bad the only guy who seems interested is a pompous dork who thinks he’s God’s gift to women—and the music education world. When he gets a little too arrogant and crosses boundaries, gorgeous pianist Randy Devers swoops in to run interference. After sharing a shockingly hot kiss in front of the whole conference, Maggie and Randy come up with a plan to pretend they’re dating.
However, the more time they spend together—and the more physical their “pretend” relationship gets—the more she wonders if there could be anything beyond just smoking chemistry and a friendly agreement between them.
Maggie’s got history, Randy’s got baggage, and they’ve got a weekend to get their rhythms in sync and figure out how to turn their solo lives into a beautiful duet.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
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The first book I read by Liv Rancourt was Forever, and Ever, Amen, and I was happy when Prah & Constantine happened upon Between the Sheets.
Ms. Rancourt adds delightful humor, mild tension, and a vulnerable main character in her novella. Maggie's friend, Krista decides it's time for Maggie to get between the sheets with someone on their Annual Choir Directors retreat. You'll happen to read some pretty sizzling between the sheets scenes!(pun intended) The main character Maggie is very likable, and the problematic love interest, Randy is a hot musician, and you fall for him instantly. The feely mealy dork made me cringe which means the author did her job well. Since I never give spoilers, I highly recommend this torrid, easy read.
Let's head over to read Nana Prah's review!