Conference Cupid

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Devin Barnett wishes the onslaught of romance writers hadn't invaded his hotel. Until he sees his high school fantasy, Keary Galloway - alone, divorced, and longing for physical thrills. But can he masquerade as a cover model? Will satisfying their sexual needs for the duration of the conference be enough to get her out of his system? Or will he lust for more? More
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Words: 19,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476158594

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Review by: asjahstrina on March 25, 2015 :
Sweet and steamy , fun story with lovable characters.
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Review by: Jutzie on Jan. 02, 2013 :
Conference Cupid by Eden Elgabri
Devin Barnett is preparing his hotel for the onslaught of women who are heading there for a week long conference. Not just any women mind you, romance writers. His cousin Peter is here as well. Peter happens to be one of those guys who poses for the covers of the romance novels. And then she enters the picture, the girl who got away. Maybe this will be the week that Devin can finally get her out of his system and move forward in his life.

Keary Galloway is hoping to get her manuscript looked at and published. Her writing group convinced her to come to the convention with them in hopes of doing just that. Now her friend Susan is pushing her to let go and have fun, maybe get to know one of the hunky cover models. Right. She quickly finds out that maybe it wasn’t such a farfetched idea to get some story ideas and have fun while she’s here.

Devin's character is quite endearing. The wealthy hotel owner turns into a nervous high school nerd when it comes to Keary. And instead of being truthful he finds a back door way to get to know her. Bad idea. Not being truthful up front always seems to come back and bite them in the end. An easy to read shorter story but packed full from the first page to the last.
**Sexual content and language
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Review by: hrhsophia on Aug. 14, 2012 :
Loved the plot, loved the characters.
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