They have been rivals who fought until the bitter end and lovers who know every sensual inch of each other s bodies. Now sports agents Cassidy Whalen and Shaw Matthews are about to become the one thing they never expected to be: parents. Read more...
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They have been rivals who fought until the bitter end and lovers who know every sensual inch of each other s bodies. Now sports agents Cassidy Whalen and Shaw Matthews are about to become the one thing they never expected to be: parents. But this new dynamic to their relationship threatens to fizzle the sizzling desire that once held them in thrall to each other. If salvation is only a forbidden fantasy away, then Shaw and the woman he loves must embark on the adventure of their lives.
Cassidy is aching to reignite their connection. In steamy assignations in strange places, she and Shaw live out their most intimate desires and reveal their deepest secrets. But as Shaw works overtime to sign a superstar athlete, a corporate reshuffling could be a game-changer. Can Cassidy and Shaw save their relationship and have it all a career, family, and passion that never quits?
Coming Clean is intended for mature audiences.
Praise for Coming Clean
Parker s witty, insightful, and inventive Monkey Business Trio finale (afterGetting Rough) packs an emotional punch as a couple in present-day San Diego grapple with being true to themselves and demystifying family legacies. . . . Spunky and charismatic characters and riveting banter make this hard-fought-for romance irresistible. Publishers Weekly
In] the final installment of the Monkey Business trio . . . Parker puts obstacles in the couple s] way that propel the story into a compelling read. RT Book Reviews
Coming Cleanprovides a realistic, sometimes heartbreaking glimpse at the simultaneous frailty and strength in a relationship. Heroes and Heartbreakers
I cried, laughed, was hot and bothered, and I loved every bit of this installment. I couldn t ask for a better ending to this trilogy. Under the Covers Book Blog
The ending was perfect Fiction Fan Girls"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-05-30
- Reviewer: Staff
Parker’s witty, insightful, and inventive Monkey Business Trio finale (after Getting Rough) packs an emotional punch as a couple in present-day San Diego grapple with being true to themselves and demystifying family legacies. Frustrated Cassidy Whalen, done with being unappreciated, issues her partner, Shaw Matthews, an ultimatum: attend couple’s therapy to learn how to put the sizzle back into their relationship, or she and their three-year-old son are moving back to her hometown. Shaw reluctantly agrees; he doesn’t like the idea of counseling, but Cassidy and their son are everything to him. Shaw believes his partnership with Cassidy is working well—she is the nurturer and wanted to be a stay-at-home mother, and he is the provider, his long hours as a partner at Striker Sports Entertainment ensuring that he is successfully supporting his family financially—but at the counseling session he gets an unexpected surprise: Cassidy announces she has been faking her orgasms. They embark on an unconventional, delightful erotic journey, relishing in the restored sizzle and trust as frank conversations reveal unspoken needs and jealousies. A lingering demon provides a now-or-never opportunity for Shaw to step up and for the couple to commit to a relationship for life. Spunky and charismatic characters and riveting banter make this hard-fought-for romance irresistible. (Sept.)