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Catalina is the one Reyes sister who has always resisted her Hispanic roots. She refused to learn Spanish...she refuses to fall in love. She is always in control; no man can resist her sexy appearance that promises to fulfill their every dream. What happens when she is assigned to interview a blind man who can’t see her reliable attributes?
He moved his hand up to put his glasses back on, and Catalina quickly leaned forward to touch his hand, saying, “Don’t, please. I like to look at your eyes. You are really an attractive man, with that blond hair, tanned skin, and those light blue eyes. In fact,” she gently rubbed the back of his one hand, “I am so busy admiring you that I haven’t really been paying much attention to what you were saying. I’m sorry. You’re not mad at me, are you?”
He had started when she touched his hand, but quickly regained his composure.
“No, Ms. Reyes. It’s just that blind people react kind of instinctively when you touch them without warning. Remember, I can’t see you, so I have no way of knowing that a touch is imminent. You have already put me off-balance by having me take off my glasses, which is something that I almost never do in public. I feel kind of naked without them, actually.”
She smiled at his choice of words, and withdrew her hand and sat back in her chair.
He continued, “And if I didn’t know better, I’d swear that you were flirting with me. You’re not, are you, Ms. Reyes?”
She audibly drew in her breath. “Why, Doctor Evan, whatever made you think that?”
Even though he couldn’t see her, she crossed her legs provocatively, and began to bounce her one foot.
He smiled at her while shaking his head, then spoke gently. “I just want to make it clear to you up-front, that sort of thing is not allowed. While you are my client, I am your therapist. There are rules of conduct that we both have to abide by. It’s one of the first things drilled into us in medical school. I have been in private practice for over five years now, and never once have I broken my own rules. You are paying me to listen to you, and to help you to understand yourself. I would be doing you a disservice if I were to lose sight of the fact that you are paying me for insight and guidance.”
Without thinking, Catalina now asked in a pouty-sounding voice, “So, you don’t find me attractive at all? Is that because you can’t see me?”
He appeared to actually look at her, because his eyes were gazing in her direction, as he answered thoughtfully, “No. Just because I can’t see you, doesn’t mean that I am immune to your charms. Everyone has an aura... a presence, if you will, that exists around them. Sighted people don’t usually notice, because they are so visually-oriented. I have to rely on other ways of seeing, using my other senses. I could tell when you walked in the door, by the sound of your footsteps, that you are not that much shorter than I am, but you are quite a bit lighter. Your perfume has a light aroma that combines well with your own personal scent, both of which indicate that you are a young, vital, and sexy woman. Your skin was soft and warm when you touched my hand, and I jumped because it was an uninvited and unexpected touch, not because it was unpleasant.”
He smiled at her now, and she felt herself getting lost in his smile, as she tried to listen to what he was saying.
“The fact that you keep steering the conversation around to personal questions about me, indicates that you are extremely nervous. And as a beautiful woman, you are used to dealing with your own nerves by drawing the attention of the men around you, to your sexual attributes, which they must have to work very hard on trying to ignore anyway. I have a slight advantage, in that I can’t see what I assume is a very attractive package. But don’t think for a moment that I don’t feel the pull of your aura, or understand the intention of your words.”
He leaned forward again, to say earnestly, “But you can get that kind of attention from any man you desire, Ms. Reyes. What you need from me is the kind of attention that only a trained analyst like me can give you. In order for that to happen, you have to let me do my job.”
He now sat back in his chair once again and smiled at her.
“So, why don’t we just acknowledge up front that you think I’m a good-looking man, and I truly believe you are such a breathtakingly gorgeous woman, that you are quite obviously used to using your charms to get your way, whenever you deal with men that you want to control. But when you are in my office, Ms. Reyes, I am not a man. I am your analyst... your psychologist. It’s not your body that we are going to explore in my office, Ms. Reyes… it’s your psyche. Can we at least agree on that much?”
Catalina was taken aback by his honesty, and not able to think of a response right away. She was quiet for a moment, while she let him think that she was considering what he had said.
I write because I am. There are always stories swirling in my head, characters talking. And I like a good, old-fashioned love story, with a strong, independent heroine, and an equally strong, opinionated hero. They may not realize when they meet that their instant chemistry signals anything more than lust. But eventually they have to face the fact that need, want, and love have combined to give them a happily-ever-after; but they both have to want it.
Quote: Analysis Of Love
Fiona McGier’s fourth book in the Reyes Family Series, portrays Catalina Reyes as a hot, ambitious reporter sent by her employer to discredit the psychotherapist who has turned his son’s motivations away from taking over the family newspaper business. But once she meets Dr. Evan Thompson under false pretenses, can she follow through with Wolfgang Stevenson’s revenge? This is another sexy, hot tamale story filled with heart-stopping love scenes.
Review: Analysis Of Love
Thirty-five year old Catalina Reyes takes her job as a reporter very seriously. When her boss, Wolfgang Stevenson demands that she seduce and discredit his son’s shrink, Cat goes to her appointment dressed to kill. Her perfect body and her revealing clothes might have worked on any other man, but not Dr. Evan Thompson. He is blind. She realizes her usual bag-of-tricks aren’t going to work on him. However, she has an assignment and a deadline to meet. So, she gets right down to getting the job done.
Cat uses her hot tamale sexuality to seduce the good doctor, but can she follow through with the article she has agreed to write? And once she has him hooked, can she let him go? Will her extensive Mexican family: brothers, sisters, parents, and God parents look at a blind man as someone they want to accept into their family? Oh yeah, this writer is recognized for her sexy, salsa-hot love scenes. Bite me! -- JoEllen Conger, Conger Books Reviews, rate 5
Book Publisher: Wings ePress
No. of Pages: 248
Paper Weight (lb): 10.6
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