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Seeing is Believing

By: Kimber Davis
Published By: Blushing Press
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6 Chapters / 24,980 words
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3.5 Out Of 5 (3.5 on 108)   |  Write a review
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At first, Leslie Hopkins doesn't believe Reed Jacobs when he tells her somebody's using her store to receive their drug shipments. But it soon becomes apparent the private investigator is telling the truth.

Leslie is more than happy to help in the investigation, but she's not thrilled about some of Reed's methods, which include spanking her for not doing as he asked. But as the time passes she comes to like the PI. She just doesn't want him to know it.

As their feelings for each other grow, Leslie is faced with the stark reality that that Reed lives almost five hundred miles from her little town, and will leave when things are wrapped up. She wants to believe he's not just using her, for business and pleasure. Sometimes you just have to leave to trust people.

You can also buy this as part of a discounted trilogy, Ghost of a Chance!

Katy Beth McKee on 08/09/2015 12:25pm
Leslie is just trying to make a go of her cafe in the off seasons. Reed is trying to solve a drug crime. It bring them together and it might just break them apart. It was fun to watch Leslie trying to figure out the mystery for herself and to show her spirit. She's not the type to back down from a challenge. But Read is taken with her and he sure doesn't want her to get hurt. They have a lot to work out but it looks like they are headed down the path together.
Katy Beth McKee on 08/09/2015 12:25pm
Leslie is just trying to make a go of her cafe in the off seasons. Reed is trying to solve a drug crime. It bring them together and it might just break them apart. It was fun to watch Leslie trying to figure out the mystery for herself and to show her spirit. She's not the type to back down from a challenge. But Read is taken with her and he sure doesn't want her to get hurt. They have a lot to work out but it looks like they are headed down the path together.
Denise on 08/18/2014 12:22am
This was an okay story. There seemed to be a few differentiating problems though. Supposedly her helper was only working in the afternoons, but once Reed started, she was there all the time. Leslie seemed angry that she had been coerced to dinner with Reed, but never let him know about it. He also seemed to be a bit pushy. It did end rather nicer and neat and predictably. Let's hope the second story is a bit better, because i think the characters have potential and would like to see what happens.
Denise on 08/18/2014 12:22am
This was an okay story. There seemed to be a few differentiating problems though. Supposedly her helper was only working in the afternoons, but once Reed started, she was there all the time. Leslie seemed angry that she had been coerced to dinner with Reed, but never let him know about it. He also seemed to be a bit pushy. It did end rather nicer and neat and predictably. Let's hope the second story is a bit better, because i think the characters have potential and would like to see what happens.
kerry on 07/27/2014 02:40am
I really like the book, there are not enough chapters. I like style of writing it flowed nicely, the plot was good and it kept my interest
kerry on 07/27/2014 02:40am
I really like the book, there are not enough chapters. I like style of writing it flowed nicely, the plot was good and it kept my interest
Jennifer on 06/21/2014 06:56pm
Reed and Leslie give Halloween treats a whole new meaning.
Jennifer on 06/21/2014 06:56pm
Reed and Leslie give Halloween treats a whole new meaning.
Becca on 04/19/2014 11:55am
This book had several problems. The premise wasn't bad, but it wasn't anything new and unusual either. Our heroine owns a cafe/coffee shop in a town frequented by tourists. Her business is struggling, so she purchases some Halloween novelties hoping to increase sales. Our hero is a private investigator sent to discover what he can about drugs being smuggled into the town through shipping boxes - the ones in which our heroine receives her novelties. He arrives, sees our heroine, likes her and her baked goods immediately and so the story goes. The term TSTL is rather overused, so I will alter it a bit. This heroine was TSSTL - too stubbornly stupid to live. She insisted on being part of the drug surveillance, because, after all, it is her shop. This piece of reasoning is mentioned many times, as if it is of utmost importance irregardless of the fact she has no experience/training/expertise in law enforcement. I really hate heroines like this - their logic is so flawed, their whining to get what they want so annoying, and their attitude toward the poor beleaguered heroes so unbearably pissy that it amazes me the hero doesn't shoot them, let alone fall in love. The writing was very poor, desperately in need of a good edit. The dialog is stilted and unnatural and the story progression very choppy. Particularly odd was the heroine's constant flipping back and forth as to her actions and feelings. She would be convinced that it was dangerous to her and the investigation if she is involved, yet at the next opportunity she insists on being included. Her attitude toward the hero and his treatment of her doesn't grow and change, but lurches and does a turn around that almost gave me whiplash. Had I not been reading this for a challenge, and had it not been very short, I wouldn't have bothered finishing. I just felt sorry for the hero, and frankly wondered about his sanity in falling in love with this particular spoiled brat. It will come as no surprise that I do not recommend this book to anyone.
Becca on 04/19/2014 11:55am
This book had several problems. The premise wasn't bad, but it wasn't anything new and unusual either. Our heroine owns a cafe/coffee shop in a town frequented by tourists. Her business is struggling, so she purchases some Halloween novelties hoping to increase sales. Our hero is a private investigator sent to discover what he can about drugs being smuggled into the town through shipping boxes - the ones in which our heroine receives her novelties. He arrives, sees our heroine, likes her and her baked goods immediately and so the story goes. The term TSTL is rather overused, so I will alter it a bit. This heroine was TSSTL - too stubbornly stupid to live. She insisted on being part of the drug surveillance, because, after all, it is her shop. This piece of reasoning is mentioned many times, as if it is of utmost importance irregardless of the fact she has no experience/training/expertise in law enforcement. I really hate heroines like this - their logic is so flawed, their whining to get what they want so annoying, and their attitude toward the poor beleaguered heroes so unbearably pissy that it amazes me the hero doesn't shoot them, let alone fall in love. The writing was very poor, desperately in need of a good edit. The dialog is stilted and unnatural and the story progression very choppy. Particularly odd was the heroine's constant flipping back and forth as to her actions and feelings. She would be convinced that it was dangerous to her and the investigation if she is involved, yet at the next opportunity she insists on being included. Her attitude toward the hero and his treatment of her doesn't grow and change, but lurches and does a turn around that almost gave me whiplash. Had I not been reading this for a challenge, and had it not been very short, I wouldn't have bothered finishing. I just felt sorry for the hero, and frankly wondered about his sanity in falling in love with this particular spoiled brat. It will come as no surprise that I do not recommend this book to anyone.
Mattie on 03/30/2014 04:06pm
This is a cute story that is well written. I like that Lesley trusts Reed regarding the drug smuggling and that they end up together in the end.
Mattie on 03/30/2014 04:06pm
This is a cute story that is well written. I like that Lesley trusts Reed regarding the drug smuggling and that they end up together in the end.
P. on 02/06/2014 10:53am
In the real world that some know all of this may make no sense, but if you want to see yourself in the light of the lady who is spanked in this story will brighten your cheeks. I read it and became breathless as the words came to life and spoke to me as a reader..
P. on 02/06/2014 10:53am
In the real world that some know all of this may make no sense, but if you want to see yourself in the light of the lady who is spanked in this story will brighten your cheeks. I read it and became breathless as the words came to life and spoke to me as a reader..
Rhonda on 01/18/2014 06:54pm
This story was disappointing. I found the story unbelievable and Leslie was not a very likable character.
Rhonda on 01/18/2014 06:54pm
This story was disappointing. I found the story unbelievable and Leslie was not a very likable character.
Laurel on 12/07/2013 05:40pm
This was only a fair read and somewhat disappointing. It was to short and the plot wasn't that good.
Laurel on 12/07/2013 05:40pm
This was only a fair read and somewhat disappointing. It was to short and the plot wasn't that good.
S.L. on 11/30/2013 03:57pm
I did not enjoy this story. It was a short read and the plot line was very hard to believe.
S.L. on 11/30/2013 03:57pm
I did not enjoy this story. It was a short read and the plot line was very hard to believe.
S.L. on 11/30/2013 03:57pm
I did not enjoy this story. It was a short read and the plot line was very hard to believe.
S.L. on 11/30/2013 03:57pm
I did not enjoy this story. It was a short read and the plot line was very hard to believe.
K on 10/11/2013 10:23pm
This was an o.k. story but I was expecting more.
K on 10/11/2013 10:23pm
This was an o.k. story but I was expecting more.
drb on 08/18/2013 01:04pm
I loved this story. It is the first of a trilogy. I very much enjoyed reading the start of Leslie and Reed's romance. Exciting, fun and romantic.
drb on 08/18/2013 01:04pm
I loved this story. It is the first of a trilogy. I very much enjoyed reading the start of Leslie and Reed's romance. Exciting, fun and romantic.
BA on 03/16/2013 02:21am
I thought this was a nice, quick easy read. It had some spanking, and some action. Okay, so in real life you wouldn't insist on being part of a drug bust (it is a bit ludicrous) but this is a story, and a spanking romance story at that. I don't really care if it isn't based on reality. All I really want is to enjoy the story, which I did
BA on 03/16/2013 02:21am
I thought this was a nice, quick easy read. It had some spanking, and some action. Okay, so in real life you wouldn't insist on being part of a drug bust (it is a bit ludicrous) but this is a story, and a spanking romance story at that. I don't really care if it isn't based on reality. All I really want is to enjoy the story, which I did
Elisa on 03/11/2013 10:06pm
This was boring. The spanking was sparse and half-hearted, she barely cries for goodness sake. And her actions made no sense whatsoever - getting rude with Reed and insisting she be part of a drug sting? Why??? Felt like a D-grade detective story.
Elisa on 03/11/2013 10:06pm
This was boring. The spanking was sparse and half-hearted, she barely cries for goodness sake. And her actions made no sense whatsoever - getting rude with Reed and insisting she be part of a drug sting? Why??? Felt like a D-grade detective story.
Adaline Raine on 02/24/2013 11:26am
This story had great potential but I really could not connect with the main female character, Leslie. She was down right rude, and stubborn as all get out. Reed is beyond patient with her, way more patient than I would have been and should have delivered a harsher punishment in the beginning. She even gets upset when he has to leave to do his job. Honestly, she needed to just do what she was told especially in the middle of an investigation. She placed herself in harm's way several times for no good reason. I will try another title from Kimber Davis as I do like her writing style and Reed was very charming.
Adaline Raine on 02/24/2013 11:26am
This story had great potential but I really could not connect with the main female character, Leslie. She was down right rude, and stubborn as all get out. Reed is beyond patient with her, way more patient than I would have been and should have delivered a harsher punishment in the beginning. She even gets upset when he has to leave to do his job. Honestly, she needed to just do what she was told especially in the middle of an investigation. She placed herself in harm's way several times for no good reason. I will try another title from Kimber Davis as I do like her writing style and Reed was very charming.
Tina on 02/22/2013 12:39am
I like mystery and intrigue in books sometimes. It is always nice when the book is good, and you know there is more books in the series. Very good.
Tina on 02/22/2013 12:39am
I like mystery and intrigue in books sometimes. It is always nice when the book is good, and you know there is more books in the series. Very good.
Kathy on 01/29/2013 04:52pm
I thought this was a decent short story with a pretty good story line. The mystery gave it a little twist. I think reading the other stories in the trilogy will be entertaining as well.
Kathy on 01/29/2013 04:52pm
I thought this was a decent short story with a pretty good story line. The mystery gave it a little twist. I think reading the other stories in the trilogy will be entertaining as well.
lana on 01/15/2013 05:48pm
Very fun love story. Nice mystery & fun read!
lana on 01/15/2013 05:48pm
Very fun love story. Nice mystery & fun read!
mlb on 01/07/2013 09:52am
Good story. I liked the characters and the crime solving. I will definately read the following stories.
mlb on 01/07/2013 09:52am
Good story. I liked the characters and the crime solving. I will definately read the following stories.
CB on 01/02/2013 10:15am
Not a bad book. the crooks weren't to smart though but it was enjoyable with the interactions between Lesllie and the private eye
CB on 01/02/2013 10:15am
Not a bad book. the crooks weren't to smart though but it was enjoyable with the interactions between Lesllie and the private eye
Becca on 12/20/2012 05:49pm
This book had several problems. The premise wasn't bad, but it wasn't anything new and unusual either. Our heroine owns a cafe/coffee shop in a town frequented by tourists. Her business is struggling, so she purchases some Halloween novelties hoping to increase sales. Our hero is a private investigator sent to discover what he can about drugs being smuggled into the town through shipping boxes - the ones in which our heroine receives her novelties. He arrives, sees our heroine, likes her and her baked goods immediately and so the story goes. The term TSTL is rather overused, so I will alter it a bit. This heroine was TSSTL - too stubbornly stupid to live. She insisted on being part of the drug surveillance, because, after all, it is her shop. This piece of reasoning is mentioned many times, as if it is of utmost importance irregardless of the fact she has no experience/training/expertise in law enforcement. I really hate heroines like this - their logic is so flawed, their whining to get what they want so annoying, and their attitude toward the poor beleaguered heroes so unbearably pissy that it amazes me the hero doesn't shoot them, let alone fall in love. The writing was very poor, desperately in need of a good edit. The dialog is stilted and unnatural and the story progression very choppy. Particularly odd was the heroine's constant flipping back and forth as to her actions and feelings. She would be convinced that it was dangerous to her and the investigation if she is involved, yet at the next opportunity she insists on being included. Her attitude toward the hero and his treatment of her doesn't grow and change, but lurches and does a turn around that almost gave me whiplash. Had I not been reading this for a challenge, and had it not been very short, I wouldn't have bothered finishing. I just felt sorry for the hero, and frankly wondered about his sanity in falling in love with this particular spoiled brat. It will come as no surprise that I do not recommend this book to anyone.
Becca on 12/20/2012 05:49pm
This book had several problems. The premise wasn't bad, but it wasn't anything new and unusual either. Our heroine owns a cafe/coffee shop in a town frequented by tourists. Her business is struggling, so she purchases some Halloween novelties hoping to increase sales. Our hero is a private investigator sent to discover what he can about drugs being smuggled into the town through shipping boxes - the ones in which our heroine receives her novelties. He arrives, sees our heroine, likes her and her baked goods immediately and so the story goes. The term TSTL is rather overused, so I will alter it a bit. This heroine was TSSTL - too stubbornly stupid to live. She insisted on being part of the drug surveillance, because, after all, it is her shop. This piece of reasoning is mentioned many times, as if it is of utmost importance irregardless of the fact she has no experience/training/expertise in law enforcement. I really hate heroines like this - their logic is so flawed, their whining to get what they want so annoying, and their attitude toward the poor beleaguered heroes so unbearably pissy that it amazes me the hero doesn't shoot them, let alone fall in love. The writing was very poor, desperately in need of a good edit. The dialog is stilted and unnatural and the story progression very choppy. Particularly odd was the heroine's constant flipping back and forth as to her actions and feelings. She would be convinced that it was dangerous to her and the investigation if she is involved, yet at the next opportunity she insists on being included. Her attitude toward the hero and his treatment of her doesn't grow and change, but lurches and does a turn around that almost gave me whiplash. Had I not been reading this for a challenge, and had it not been very short, I wouldn't have bothered finishing. I just felt sorry for the hero, and frankly wondered about his sanity in falling in love with this particular spoiled brat. It will come as no surprise that I do not recommend this book to anyone.
Christina on 12/05/2012 06:45pm
Ms. Davis has written a wonderful tale of mystery and intrigue. Her characters are lively, free spirited and humorous. If you love a story where love is found in the most interesting ways, Seeing is Belieiving is for you.
Christina on 12/05/2012 06:45pm
Ms. Davis has written a wonderful tale of mystery and intrigue. Her characters are lively, free spirited and humorous. If you love a story where love is found in the most interesting ways, Seeing is Belieiving is for you.
Kathleene on 12/05/2012 11:53am
Liked the storyline and it was well executed
Kathleene on 12/05/2012 11:53am
Liked the storyline and it was well executed
Jean on 12/01/2012 05:14pm
Cute, fast-moving story. My main reason for not giving it 5 stars is because I found it too hard to believe a business woman is defying police and the detective to keep sticking her nose into their business. Of course, then there would be no excuse for a spanking.
Jean on 12/01/2012 05:14pm
Cute, fast-moving story. My main reason for not giving it 5 stars is because I found it too hard to believe a business woman is defying police and the detective to keep sticking her nose into their business. Of course, then there would be no excuse for a spanking.
Rita on 11/26/2012 02:58pm
I am not usually into fantasy, but I did enjoy the spanking. Not my favorite, because it was a little too short. Overall it was okay.
Rita on 11/26/2012 02:58pm
I am not usually into fantasy, but I did enjoy the spanking. Not my favorite, because it was a little too short. Overall it was okay.
melissa on 11/17/2012 05:34pm
Bought this story and loved it. Plan on getting the others that continue this story.
melissa on 11/17/2012 05:34pm
Bought this story and loved it. Plan on getting the others that continue this story.
Jill on 11/15/2012 09:54pm
I loved this story but gave four stars because I did not like the ending I think she took him back to easily he should have called her while he was gone.
Jill on 11/15/2012 09:54pm
I loved this story but gave four stars because I did not like the ending I think she took him back to easily he should have called her while he was gone.
kitty-ranma on 11/08/2012 04:18am
budding romance with both fun and punishment spankings. what could be better
kitty-ranma on 11/08/2012 04:18am
budding romance with both fun and punishment spankings. what could be better
lani girl on 10/27/2012 03:02pm
Good story. Quick read. Leslie's a brat, Reed's a. Alpha but also a caring guy. She's afraid to trust again and he's using her restaurant as a front for his investigation into a drug smuggling circle. Sparks fly. I gave this book a 4 out of 5 because there were some typos and the characters weren't as developed as I would have liked. But it was an enjoyable read none-the-less.
lani girl on 10/27/2012 03:02pm
Good story. Quick read. Leslie's a brat, Reed's a. Alpha but also a caring guy. She's afraid to trust again and he's using her restaurant as a front for his investigation into a drug smuggling circle. Sparks fly. I gave this book a 4 out of 5 because there were some typos and the characters weren't as developed as I would have liked. But it was an enjoyable read none-the-less.
anon on 10/26/2012 05:57pm
Good story. Leslie and Reed were well developed into a couple. They sensed each other's strengths and accepted them. They are a lighthearted couple. I liked laughing with them. I enjoyed the story. I'm just sorry I didn't get the whole package so I could read the set at one sitting. Well worth the time.
anon on 10/26/2012 05:57pm
Good story. Leslie and Reed were well developed into a couple. They sensed each other's strengths and accepted them. They are a lighthearted couple. I liked laughing with them. I enjoyed the story. I'm just sorry I didn't get the whole package so I could read the set at one sitting. Well worth the time.
Merna on 10/25/2012 06:55am
This story started out a little slow for me. I had to restart reading a few times before I got past the beginning and finished the story. It turned out better than I thought. The plot was good, but I would have liked a bit more information about the bad guys and how they got involved, since they were people that Leslie knew from her youth.
Merna on 10/25/2012 06:55am
This story started out a little slow for me. I had to restart reading a few times before I got past the beginning and finished the story. It turned out better than I thought. The plot was good, but I would have liked a bit more information about the bad guys and how they got involved, since they were people that Leslie knew from her youth.
Old Tom on 10/24/2012 07:26am
I give Seeing is Believing, Ghost of a Chance Book One, by Kimber Davis, 4 out of 5 stars. The plot is reasonably plausible and the dialog is good. There were a few typographic errors but not enough to detract from the book. My kindle version did not encounter any of the formatting problems mentioned by another reviewer. The story was straightforward and predictably satisfactory.
Old Tom on 10/24/2012 07:26am
I give Seeing is Believing, Ghost of a Chance Book One, by Kimber Davis, 4 out of 5 stars. The plot is reasonably plausible and the dialog is good. There were a few typographic errors but not enough to detract from the book. My kindle version did not encounter any of the formatting problems mentioned by another reviewer. The story was straightforward and predictably satisfactory.
Denise on 10/23/2012 08:00pm
good story
Denise on 10/23/2012 08:00pm
good story
Em on 10/22/2012 06:25pm
I tend to be very picky about spanking fiction, but I really enjoy Kimber's writing. I guess I disagree with some of the other reviews - this book strikes a good balance between story line development and spanking scenes. If anything, I wish the plot and supporting characters had been fleshed out just a bit more. Kimber certainly didn't skimp on spanking content in quantity or quality. Additional spanking scenes would have lessened the believability of the overall story. The dialog between characters is first rate and feels very natural. I'm looking forward to reading the next one in the series.
Em on 10/22/2012 06:25pm
I tend to be very picky about spanking fiction, but I really enjoy Kimber's writing. I guess I disagree with some of the other reviews - this book strikes a good balance between story line development and spanking scenes. If anything, I wish the plot and supporting characters had been fleshed out just a bit more. Kimber certainly didn't skimp on spanking content in quantity or quality. Additional spanking scenes would have lessened the believability of the overall story. The dialog between characters is first rate and feels very natural. I'm looking forward to reading the next one in the series.
Jaycee on 10/19/2012 03:20pm
Cute, light read for a Friday afternoon. I enjoyed the budding relationship between the main characters and the interesting plot line. I would have liked to have read more about Reed's thoughts after that second spanking...Leslie was truly angry with him but all he did was laugh at her or give smug smiles. I kept wishing she would slap him one instead of just thinking about it! I'm sure the next stories delve deeper into their relationship, and perhaps give more of his perspective as well as Leslie's. Overall, it was a nice, light, fun read.
Jaycee on 10/19/2012 03:20pm
Cute, light read for a Friday afternoon. I enjoyed the budding relationship between the main characters and the interesting plot line. I would have liked to have read more about Reed's thoughts after that second spanking...Leslie was truly angry with him but all he did was laugh at her or give smug smiles. I kept wishing she would slap him one instead of just thinking about it! I'm sure the next stories delve deeper into their relationship, and perhaps give more of his perspective as well as Leslie's. Overall, it was a nice, light, fun read.
Jessica on 10/18/2012 03:06pm
An engaging short read. I enjoyed the plot line, as it is different from any book I have ever read before, and I liked the way the author wrote about the heroines introduction to spanking.
Jessica on 10/18/2012 03:06pm
An engaging short read. I enjoyed the plot line, as it is different from any book I have ever read before, and I liked the way the author wrote about the heroines introduction to spanking.
Kate on 10/17/2012 07:09pm
I did not really like this book. There were a lot of grammatical errors. And the pages were funky in several spots (between pages 4 and 7 I think). I could not turn to those pages unless I manually input the page number. The story had an interesting premise. Bad guys, good guy, girl in the middle. But their relationship did not have enough spark to it. It felt flat, forced almost. The punishments he delivered were alright, but they could have been delivered with a bit more emotion or internal reaction. Both charcaters seemed one sided almost, like they had not been developed enough. Lastly, I could not understand the meaning of the title. I think this writer has potential. I will be happy to try another story from her to see how she develops with experience.
Kate on 10/17/2012 07:09pm
I did not really like this book. There were a lot of grammatical errors. And the pages were funky in several spots (between pages 4 and 7 I think). I could not turn to those pages unless I manually input the page number. The story had an interesting premise. Bad guys, good guy, girl in the middle. But their relationship did not have enough spark to it. It felt flat, forced almost. The punishments he delivered were alright, but they could have been delivered with a bit more emotion or internal reaction. Both charcaters seemed one sided almost, like they had not been developed enough. Lastly, I could not understand the meaning of the title. I think this writer has potential. I will be happy to try another story from her to see how she develops with experience.
AV on 10/17/2012 02:06pm
4.5 stars. Nice story, doesn't drop off to an unexpected ending without resolution, and the characters are likable and believable.
AV on 10/17/2012 02:06pm
4.5 stars. Nice story, doesn't drop off to an unexpected ending without resolution, and the characters are likable and believable.
csw on 10/17/2012 04:13am
It was okay. Not my favorite it did not really keep my attention!
csw on 10/17/2012 04:13am
It was okay. Not my favorite it did not really keep my attention!
Margaret on 10/16/2012 12:47pm
ok
Margaret on 10/16/2012 12:47pm
ok
HJ on 10/15/2012 09:42pm
Story is a bit slow, and not enough spanking scenes. Good love story though. I liked the second story with the thieves.
HJ on 10/15/2012 09:42pm
Story is a bit slow, and not enough spanking scenes. Good love story though. I liked the second story with the thieves.
Christine on 10/15/2012 04:48am
Quick easy read. Wish it were longer.
Christine on 10/15/2012 04:48am
Quick easy read. Wish it were longer.
Tanya on 10/14/2012 11:19pm
I enjoyed the characters in this story. I think the feisty female should have received far more spankings but it was still a nice story.
Tanya on 10/14/2012 11:19pm
I enjoyed the characters in this story. I think the feisty female should have received far more spankings but it was still a nice story.
Sarah on 10/14/2012 10:51pm
I'm not sure about this story.... I liked the characters, but there just wasn't enough about their relationship. The end just left things unanswered for me. I know there is a sequel, but I haven't decided if i liked this story enough to buy it.
Sarah on 10/14/2012 10:51pm
I'm not sure about this story.... I liked the characters, but there just wasn't enough about their relationship. The end just left things unanswered for me. I know there is a sequel, but I haven't decided if i liked this story enough to buy it.
Alicia on 10/14/2012 06:42pm
This is a great story about a small town girl who runs a bakery and gets mixed up in a smuggling ring without her knowledge. Reed is the PI who discovers what is going on and helps her with her problem, but he is not as easygoing as he appears and he is more than willing to spank Leslie when she doesn't follow his instructions.
Alicia on 10/14/2012 06:42pm
This is a great story about a small town girl who runs a bakery and gets mixed up in a smuggling ring without her knowledge. Reed is the PI who discovers what is going on and helps her with her problem, but he is not as easygoing as he appears and he is more than willing to spank Leslie when she doesn't follow his instructions.
angelia on 10/14/2012 04:07pm
Full of romance and action WEll written each book was a add on to the other book and still Had a new plot each time which made it great
angelia on 10/14/2012 04:07pm
Full of romance and action WEll written each book was a add on to the other book and still Had a new plot each time which made it great
angelia on 10/14/2012 04:07pm
Full of romance and action WEll written each book was a add on to the other book and still Had a new plot each time which made it great
angelia on 10/14/2012 04:07pm
Full of romance and action WEll written each book was a add on to the other book and still Had a new plot each time which made it great
Lee on 10/13/2012 10:58am
The 1st review covers all three stories.
Lee on 10/13/2012 10:58am
The 1st review covers all three stories.
Vicki on 10/08/2012 04:50pm
Perfect love story. Small town girl gets tangled up in something she wasn't even aware of. Private eye swoops down to take control of the situation and her. Great dynamic between characters. I definitely will read more from Kimber Davis.
Vicki on 10/08/2012 04:50pm
Perfect love story. Small town girl gets tangled up in something she wasn't even aware of. Private eye swoops down to take control of the situation and her. Great dynamic between characters. I definitely will read more from Kimber Davis.
JK on 10/07/2012 05:03pm
I love these free stories! It gets me to try books that I may not have otherwise picked. Now, because I did, I will be getting the others in the series! Very sexy spankings, great story and great characters! Great job!
JK on 10/07/2012 05:03pm
I love these free stories! It gets me to try books that I may not have otherwise picked. Now, because I did, I will be getting the others in the series! Very sexy spankings, great story and great characters! Great job!
Lola M on 10/07/2012 03:09pm
Not enough action here, though maybe it was because it is a setup for the trilogy. It was promising, but I wished there had been less of the drug-smuggling story and more of the interaction of the main characters. I guess it left me wanting more. Fast read.
Lola M on 10/07/2012 03:09pm
Not enough action here, though maybe it was because it is a setup for the trilogy. It was promising, but I wished there had been less of the drug-smuggling story and more of the interaction of the main characters. I guess it left me wanting more. Fast read.
Dianna on 10/05/2012 08:57pm
I thought this book was great. I enjoyed it very much and will look for others from same author.
Dianna on 10/05/2012 08:57pm
I thought this book was great. I enjoyed it very much and will look for others from same author.
monica c. on 04/30/2012 06:58pm
Leslie runs a little bakery in town that some bad guys are using as a front to smuggle drugs through town. Reed is the investigator that comes to bust them. They work together to stop them. Of course they do not agree all the time and some spanking takes place. This is a very mild love story. It is very sweet and well written.
monica c. on 04/30/2012 06:58pm
Leslie runs a little bakery in town that some bad guys are using as a front to smuggle drugs through town. Reed is the investigator that comes to bust them. They work together to stop them. Of course they do not agree all the time and some spanking takes place. This is a very mild love story. It is very sweet and well written.

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