The Valentine’s Arrangement

I expected more out of this book. Maybe because this is the third book I have read with an arrangement for sex as the plot of the book, but the other two that I read were good so maybe I expected this to be good as well.

It was weak. It had a weak story and weak characters with no chemistry. They had back stories, but I just didn’t feel them. I don’t really like the writing. It wasn’t strong enough for me to get a good feel on the characters and connect with them. The story line moved so fast that I didn’t get to feel them even connect and the sex scenes weren’t that good. I read these books for the sex and this book had about four scenes in it and they weren’t that descriptive. I feel bad for writing only negative things about this book but I just didn’t like it that much.


The Valentine's Arrangement Book Cover The Valentine's Arrangement
Kelsie Leverich
January 31, 2013

Tattoo artist Ronnie Clark is counting the days until Valentine’s Day is over. Ronnie doesn’t do romance. She doesn’t do flowers or dates, and she sure as hell doesn’t do love—not anymore. Love leads to heartbreak, and she’s vowed never to let herself get hurt again.

Sergeant First Class Kale Emerson is home on his mid-tour leave from Iraq, but he only has one thing on his mind—returning to his soldiers to finish leading their mission. He’s dedicated to his men and to his country, and he’s not interested in getting wrapped up in a distracting relationship…but casual sex, that’s a different story. From the moment he sees Ronnie, he wants her. And he agrees to her terms—no romance, no fluff—just passion.

But as their sexual chemistry ignites, the lines of their arrangement get blurry, and Ronnie starts to push Kale away. And when Kale realizes he’s found his match in this razor-tongued, gorgeous woman who is hell bent against love, winning her heart could be the toughest battle he has ever fought.

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