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Published by Self Published on 2013-01-25
Genres: Erotic, Suspense
Reviewed by Nannette
Broken on the inside: Megan Hunter has worked hard to get back on her feet, leaving the nightmare of her teenage years behind. The last thing she wants or needs in her life is a man. But when she is attacked by someone from her past, a scarred stranger intervenes, saving her life and that of her little girl. Looks can be deceiving, for despite the man's rough appearance, she feels safe with him. And for the first time in her life, she knows the stirrings of desire. Broken on the outside: Nathaniel West paid a high price serving with the Marines in Afghanistan. He returned to his family's ranch in the Colorado mountains to heal-and be alone. Disfigured as he is, he has put all thoughts of sex and romance aside. But something about Megan brings him back to life, heats his blood, makes him feel like a man again. As danger pursues her, and the truth about her past is revealed, he vows to protect her-and to heal her wounded spirit. But confronting the past is never easy-especially when it's carrying a gun. Megan will have to learn to trust Nate to survive and to claim a passion that is much more than ... Skin Deep.
When trouble from Megan Hunter’s past knocks on her door, wounded Marine, Nathaniel West comes to her rescue. Nate returned home to Colorado after a devastating explosion disfigured him. Megan is wary of men but can’t deny what Nate makes her feel. For Nate and Megan to have any future, they’ll have to face their pasts.
Excellent characterization and a thoroughly engaging storyline make Skin Deep a fantastic story. The demons from Megan’s past are determined to get her, but they don’t stand a chance with Nate around. Skin Deep is poignant, heart wrenching, full of drama and action, and the sex is simply sizzling. Pamela Clare proves her talent for writing with a story that’s short(ish) in length while staying big on story.