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Sex, Straight Up (Those Sexy OSullivans, #2) Meeting A Handsome Loner On A Deserted Beach In The Hamptons Was Like Being Hit By Lightning One Steamy Weekend In Bed With Daniel O Sullivan And Catherine Montefiore Was Marvelously Woozy From A Delicious Cocktail Of Sun, Sand And Superhot Sex Abruptly, Though, Catherine S Forty Eight Hours Of Fun Are At An End When Her Family S Exclusive Auction House Is Hit By A Very Public Scandal She S Ready To Step In And Save The Day, But She S Hoping Daniel, Her Hot Irish Hunk, Will Lend A Hand After All, He S Got The Necessary Skills And, Straight Up Or Not, Catherine Wants Another Long Drink Of Daniel Before Another Forty Eight Hours Are Up And Her Legacy Is Lost Forever


About the Author: Kathleen O'Reilly

Kathleen O Reilly wrote her first romance at the age of eleven, which to her undying embarrassment was read aloud to her class After taking over twenty years to recover from the profound distress, she is now proud to announce her new career a romance author Kathleen lives in New York with her husband and their two children who outwit her daily.



10 thoughts on “Sex, Straight Up (Those Sexy OSullivans, #2)

  1. says:

    Well, color me quelle surpriseSeries YesSexy times Compared to most contemps these days this was on thetame side But it was still blazing see what I did there Plan on readingby the author Unknown I m not sure I m interested enough in the other characters Then againSynopsis Daniel and Catherine meet on the beach and some sexy times with no strings attached yea, we know how that goes happens Daniel lost his wife during 911 and will not let go of her in any way shape or fo Well, color me quelle surpriseS


  2. says:

    This was surprisingly good despite its unfortunate title obviously, I ought to start raising personal expectations for Harlequin novels good in its poignancy and sensitivity Here are two rather mild mannered people working in professional, occasionally mundane, jobs They meet, they have a passionate affair, they break it off thinking they ll never see each other again Of course fate works its cheeky little way in, and they become embroiled in office politics on top of their own budding rela This was surprisi


  3. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews 2.5 stars Even though the first book in Kathleen O Reilly s Those Sexy O Sullivans trilogy was just OK for me, I was looking forward to trying the next book, Sex, Straight Up, mainly because I thought the concept of a hero who had lost his wife on 9 11 was a very unique one that would probably make a great story Unfortunately, it turned out to be evenof a yawn than the first one which was extremely disappointing to me, as I ve liked some of Ms O Reilly s other w Reviewed for THC Reviews 2.5


  4. says:

    The first thing you have to do if you decide to read this book is to TOTALLY ERASE the title of it from your memory In fact, I had to erase this book from my kindle because TONS of people ask to SEE my Kindle and I didn t want anyone to think I used it to read porn Not that there s anything wrong with that, but still I have NO IDEA why this book was titled so poorly It has NOTHING to do with anything in the book that I could figure out Apparently, Harlequin Blaze just needed to fill a slo The first thing you have to do if


  5. says:

    Great book terrible title.


  6. says:

    Sex, Straight Up is yet another great installment in this fun, sexy, and romantic trilogy Another relatively short novel, yet impressively packed with an interesting story line and fantastic character and relationship development that is realistic, emotional, and truly compelling.The nature of this love story made for a fairly complicated emotional journey for Daniel O Sullivan He still loves his deceased wife, and knows he always will love her, but he also acknowledges that time has been tell Sex, Straight Up is yet another great inst


  7. says:

    Don t judge a book by it s cover And the title is all wrong That said, this was the first book in a blogger bundle I purchased a few months ago The blogger was encouraging readers to take a second look at category romances I started reading category romances when I was 13 and I m not ashamed to say that I still enjoy them I have several favorite authors that are auto buys for me Kelly Hunter, Maisey Yates and Sandra Marton top my list Well, now I ve added a new favorite Kathleen O Reill Don t judge a book by it s cover And the title is all wr


  8. says:

    Ok, listen You are going to want to roll your eyes and ignore this book because of the ridiculous title Why, Harlequin, WHY You shouldn t, though, because this book was such an amazing find Its about a 9 11 widow who cannot move on and an introverted art appraiser who is trying to convince herself that she deserves to be 100% loved by someone It was such a wonderful, romantic, and sometimes sad story that did not shy away from the effects of grief, especially when it is tied to such a vi Ok, listen You are going to want to roll your eyes and ignore


  9. says:

    First, I m 99% sure I read this before, back when the first book in this series I think was one of the Save the Contemporary picks from DA SBTB Second, I want Grace to read this because I want a NYC evaluation It reads pretty well to me, but I ve accepted that my readings of New York aren t always accurate At the very least, I like that it tries to integrate itself into the surroundings it has chosen for its setting.Third, I just really liked this A story about a 9 11 widower moving on c First, I m 99% sure I read this before, back when the first book in t


  10. says:

    I got this as part of the One Click Buy anthologies, and I wanted to take a minute to review this particular segment Yes, the man lost his wife on 9 11 but even with that sadness comes humor and joy I kinda wished I could see Catherine s sketches The auction house storyline was slightly less interesting, but it added a little dimension to Daniel s character The opening took me by surprise The whole thing about him reaching over every morning just hit me But I really loved the story...


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