Waking Maggie

Waking Maggie Maggie s just decided she s been stood up when she bumps into hard bodied guitarist Calvin literally Once the shock of their abrupt meeting wears off Calvin asks Maggie out for a drink and she figure

  • Title: Waking Maggie
  • Author: Cindy Jacks
  • ISBN: 9781419933202
  • Page: 259
  • Format: ebook
  • Maggie s just decided she s been stood up when she bumps into hard bodied guitarist Calvin literally Once the shock of their abrupt meeting wears off, Calvin asks Maggie out for a drink and she figures, why not She s all dressed up for a date just not this one.She enjoys his company, even if he s only twenty seven and she s forty something And while witty conversation sMaggie s just decided she s been stood up when she bumps into hard bodied guitarist Calvin literally Once the shock of their abrupt meeting wears off, Calvin asks Maggie out for a drink and she figures, why not She s all dressed up for a date just not this one.She enjoys his company, even if he s only twenty seven and she s forty something And while witty conversation s all good, they re just as compatible in bed One drink turns into multiple romps between the sheets He s old enough to know how to make love to a woman and young enough to look damn fine doing it and doing it He even manages to convince Maggie she s still pretty hot herself.Now if he would just stop serenading her with that infernal Rod Stewart song.

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    1. originally posted at whippedcream2/201Online dating can royally bite. Just ask Maggie Randolph-Mae. It all started when her date failed to appear at the designated restaurant. Then, when an accidental collision with a musician ruins her dress, Maggie writes the night off as a complete and total loss. What she doesn’t realize is, that her evening from hell is about to become the best beginning she’s ever known. While I’ve always been on the fence when it comes to older woman/younger man sto [...]

    2. Originally posted at whippedcream2/201Online dating can royally bite. Just ask Maggie Randolph-Mae. It all started when her date failed to appear at the designated restaurant. Then, when an accidental collision with a musician ruins her dress, Maggie writes the night off as a complete and total loss. What she doesn’t realize is, that her evening from hell is about to become the best beginning she’s ever known. While I’ve always been on the fence when it comes to older woman/younger man sto [...]

    3. I'm with Maggie on the song - it's not very romantic. Matter of fact it's kind of insulting if you think about it. That said, this short from Ellora's Cave is just that - short. It's heavy on the smexy sex and light on the story. There's no real message being told other than Calvin can do it - he can do it all night long - with divorced Maggie who didn't change her name after she got divorced even though it makes people break into song. That's just about all we find out about Maggie. All we find [...]

    4. Waking Maggie is a great story about second chances and a cougar getting in her groove. Though the story is short the characters are endearing and easy to connect with as a reader.Maggie will capture your heart with her courage and endurance. Calvin with his loving nature towards Maggie is heart-warming. The two of them together scorch the pages with their love making and will leave you wanting more.This is a well written story that will have you laughing out loud and leaving you hopeful. If you [...]

    5. A Recommended Read. A sexier read, I have not found! I have to go with the word scrumptious…maybe even delectable. To view the rest of this review, please visit blackravensreviews/?p=

    6. A really sweet and steamy story that illustrates a theme we all need to remember in our lives: just because one thing doesn't go the way we planned, doesn't mean that our entire lives are ruined. A very quick read that you won't regret having picked up.

    7. I read this for the second time recently. It cracked me up. What can I say? I can so see it happening in real life. (okay, not to me, but still)You'll enjoy this, I'm sure of it.

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