Monday, March 19, 2012

Stuck with You Review

Published:September 1, 2012

Goodreads Synopsis:
As lawyers on opposing sides of a messy divorce case, Paige Hart and Ross Bennett ought to have kept matters purely professional, yet Paige and Ross came to loathe each other with an intensity that was strictly
personal. The bad blood between them takes on an unexpected new dimension when the infuriated pair is forced to share a hospital room, when they're quarantined after being exposed to the rare and highly contagious Tibetan Concupiscence Virus that's reputed to shift sensual desire into high gear. When symptoms (which a non medical person might mistake for pure and simple lust) start showing up way ahead of schedule, the lawyers' objections to each other are overruled -- and they enjoy every minute of it. But, after the doctors declare that the disease has run its course, Paige and Ross are still feverish with a longing for one another that they hope will never be cured. When the verdict comes in, will they be sentenced to life -- in love? The trend toward funny, sexy contemporary romance has been around for a while, but Trish Jensen offers readers a fresh (in both senses of the word) take on this popular genre.

My Thoughts:
I loved this book it had me laughing the whole time, and I even found myself blushing occasionally. Ross is super sexy, intelligent and very caring. Paige is independent, loves her family and very smart. The author gave a lot of background on the characters which really gave them serious depth. The characters seemed so real and relate-able, it made it easy to fall  in love with them. The story line was hilarious,The characters were believed to come into contact with the Tibetan Concupiscence Virus, which increases sexual desire immensely,(who would have thought I would ever find a virus that I might not mind having...LOL) and get stuck in the same hospital room together, and they already know each other because they are lawyers and they aren't to excited to be stuck there, then "the virus" takes over and they become lustful for each other (talk about a bad situation looking better...literally.). This book has definitely become one of my favorites and I will be checking out more books by Trish Jensen.