One of the things I love about reading, is that I am able to travel throughout the world and interact with people I'd never have the guts to meet. Elsa Winckler's story A CAPTIVATING TOUCH takes place in South Africa between a business billionaire and a free spirit healer.
Ms. Winckler's story showcases the amazing sights and sounds of South Africa as her characters find their way with a new relationship. Even her secondary characters are memorable and this book is one you won't want to put down.
Now available in ebook for $2.99, you can get this book with hours of enjoyment for less than a coffee or McDonald's meal. You won't be disappointed.
Discover beautiful South Africa in this sweet, heart-warming Cinderella story about a blogger, a billionaire, and one chance meeting.
When it comes to men, if physiotherapist Caitlin Sutherland didn't have bad luck, she’d have no luck at all. To help cope, Caitlin blogs about the men she meets and the bad dates she’d gone on.
While on duty during the annual Wines to Whales bicycle race, a gorgeous, sweaty cyclist walks in and sets her hormones dancing. But he is Don Cavallo; one of the four Cavallo brothers — hotel tycoons, famous as much for their business skills as for the number of beauties seen on their arms.
Billionaire Don Cavallo has his own issues with the other sex. He has yet to find one who is interested in him, not his money or hotels. But when this sexy physio puts her hands on his back, she not only touches his body, but also his heart.
They've both been burned before, but neither of them can stop themselves from playing with fire.
“Goodbye, Don,” Caitlin said and held out her hand. Nervously, she looked up at him. She’d hoped she and her mother would be in the airport building before Don arrived with Hannah. And now he was here, his big body right in front of her.
“Damn, Caitlin, you’re killing me,” he whispered and pulling her closer, he kissed her. There was just time to notice the storm in his eyes before his lips closed over hers. And then her ability to think, to rationalize, to consider, simply failed to work. His lips were warm and urgent, his tongue demanding access, which she was unable to deny him.
She forgot about her mother, the other people, where they were. Her senses went into overdrive and hitherto-unknown sensations and feelings ripped through her body. Then he lifted his head and stepped away.
“Have a nice flight,” he growled before he turned back to his car.
Stunned, she turned around. Her mother was watching her with twinkling eyes and Hannah was struggling with her one arm to get the trolley going. A porter appeared, taking the trolley from her.
Caitlin tried to get the message from her brain to her legs to move, but somehow they weren’t listening.
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