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Liberating Lacey

Liberating Lacey - Anne Calhoun Lacey just got divorced after years of being married to a man who didn't satisfy her; she goes out to a club and meets Hunter. Hunter is younger, hotter and more adventurous than Lacey knew. Both of them want something more than the no string attached sex they think the other wants, but they don't want to get hurt. I liked Lacey, she was a smart, strong woman who worked hard and knew what she wanted, yet she was also vulnerable. Hunter is a big strong man with a lot of pride, while he may know what he wants he still has a lot of insecurities. I loved their story; it was hot and sweet at the same time. Despite their age difference, upbringing, jobs and money, they fit together really well. The writing was good, there were only a few editing issues mostly due to spelling, but it didn't take away from the story. The sex scenes were detailed, without containing too much information. Both of the characters were well developed and changed enough throughout the story that it made it interesting, without fundamentally changing the people that they originally were. I loved the book and I would be interested in reading other books by this author.