The story follows Brooke Raynor, a young woman in her mid twenties working as a sex worker, struggling to make ends meet and hopefully get a better life for herself. Losing her mother at a young age and being abandoned by her stepfather when she needed him most she leaves the only home she's known and the boy who broke her heart.
Derrick LaClaire is a filthy rich playboy daredevil who loves nothing more than traveling the world looking for his next big thrill oh and sex. Relationships aren't for him so on the way to the airport and his next adreneline rush he finds himself at The Mirage, a house of ill repute. And who should happen to be his bed companion for the evening, non other than Brooke.
Setting eyes on her next client Brooke runs, 'how did he find me?' she asks herself after coming face to face with the boy who broke her heart, Derrick LaClaire.
While it was a good story of young lovers unite, it wasn't as risque as i hoped. But hey that's just me, it might be different for others. I hope you enjoy if you decide to read.
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LaClaire Touch (After Hours Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B071J6DVCD
- Language : English
- File size : 674 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 182 pages
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Reviewed in Australia on 31 July 2017
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Reviewed in Australia on 22 August 2017
Two interesting main characters, with a slowly revealed history, makes an interesting story. He has done well from chance, and she has reached the bottom through repeated misfortune. They meet again seven years after he broke her heart, and each still has feelings for the other. This is the story of them re-finding each other and gradually recovering what was lost, in more ways than one. Tugs at the heartstrings at times. Has sex scenes, but not overly graphic.
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La Claire Touch (After Hours Book 2) by Dori Lavelle.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 September 2017
Another equally as good as the first book in this "After hours" series or the LaClaire brothers who's wealthy parents died in a plane crash leaving five brothers to carry on their own pursuits and wealthy people. But it does n't mend broken hearts or heal the wounds of losing your parents in a plane crash, or of hearing that oui had à son who died at birth which related in having one night stands and moving on when your young and still in college. But these actions have consequences and a baby was on the way unbeknownsed to Derreck LaClaire the burden was left squarely on a beautiful Brooke's shoulders, réceiving à letter from supposedly Derreck to the effect that he would n't help and then to go full term and lose the baby at one of these Mother Care homes and then told to leave without à penny, what is a girl to do to survive. By à fluke of nature, Brooke was found in a brothel by Derreck and haunted his dreams to the point to have à PI find out who she was. But Brooke recognised him and was glad of her disguise, with wig and coloured contact lenses. After pursuing her when he found out who she was, she wanted nothing to do with him, not giving in he eventually won her around and when he found out about the baby he was shocked and traumatised knowing she had tried to tell him and had received that awfull letter in reply, which he denies sending, but was determined to get to the bottom of to find out who sent that cruel letter but was delayed by a phone call from Hawaii to say his wheel chair bound brother was in hospital after he overmedicated himself, so he asked Brooke to go with him on his private jet to talk further a bout the problem which they did. Derreck paying off Booke's debts enabling her to stop working in the brothel and enabling her to return to her studies to graduate. But fought Derreck for any sort of further relationship as she was ashamed of being à prostitute and that it would sour their relationship in time and she was so grateful for him paying off her debts that she was satisfied to go and get on with her studies and leave him to his. But he was having none of it and wanted to get to the truth of that awfull lettre Brooke was sent. When he did find out after leaving his brother to recover with his other siblings, he was shocked beyond words to find outa that his mother had sent that oh so cruel letter to Brooke and he was heartbroken that his mother would do such à thing without telling him, or letting him deal with it himself. The next time hé see's Brooke issus to rive her the most amazing news that their baby Eric who Brooke named him was alive and well and living with the person who took her in to have her baby fromMother Care and it was all à scam to sell hall the babies to childless couples and after sedating the mothers in childbirth and then telling them the baby had died indelivery. Brooke met Derreck at the jail after having punched the Man of the couple who stole their baby which he saw and at first glance knew that it was their boy same eyes as himself and hair the golden colour of his mother. Having given their DNA for partenariat reasons and having to wait with such anxiously agonising time to find out and at last they were gazing at their little boy with rivers of tears cascading down their faces in joy not saddness and a family was formed in that moment and the rest is history. Anothera great read.
GrossReviewed in the United States on 10 June 2018
I'm not offended by the prostitution. I am disgusted by the outside of the relationship sex. Is this nit a romance? Why would I want to read them having sex with other people? It doesn't make any sense. None. And to have not just that type of sex within the time frame, but to also have actual sex scenes between them and other people? It's gross. It ruins the effect of the eventual relationship, and it plain doesn't belong in romance books. Nothing else about the book matters because it's ruined by that.
A Second Chance has never been So Important!!Reviewed in the United States on 9 August 2017
I think I love Derrick!! He might have been a typical hot rich boy as a teen, and very hot and sexy as a youn adult...He has to be the sweetest, most thoughtful man when he encounters a girl from his past.
Brooke is a real surprise too and this is a very hot and thoughtful book!
Brooke is a real surprise too and this is a very hot and thoughtful book!
Angst and dark history.Reviewed in the United States on 8 September 2017
Second in a darkish trilogy about each of the LaClaire brothers finding his right partner. This one starts with an unexpected reunion in a brothel, with only her recognizing him, her high school "first". An adult, sexually explicit story which grows on you.