SUMMER INDISCRETIONS by Tamara Mataya

SUMMER INDISCRETIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A young professional falls in love with her brother's best friend—and discovers her wild side—when she books a vacation using a house-swapping app.

To escape her demanding job, Melanie Walker trades her cramped New York City apartment for an airy beach house in Miami, where she can finally ignore her work emails and listen to her heart. There, she runs into Blake, whom her brother has sent to Miami to spy on her and keep her out of trouble. Instead, Melanie takes her would-be chaperone on a whirlwind tour of Florida's nude beaches and tattoo parlors. But will Melanie be able to continue her wild streak once she goes back to the office? In this relaxing scenario, Melanie has plenty of time to fall in love with Blake before the real world intervenes and they have to come clean to Melanie’s brother. There's a lot more hanging out and kissing than bantering, and it helps that Blake is a massage therapist who can turn any room into a spa. Melanie's adventure also offers the vicarious thrills of rifling through a stranger's drawers, swimming in the nude, adopting an adorable cat, and picking out a tattoo—all things most people could imagine doing on vacation but probably won't.

A vacation in itself, this summer-fling fantasy is more romantic, more fun, and even hotter than the real thing.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-4926-3534-5
Page count: 352pp
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1st, 2016




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