I seriously experienced so many feelings while reading this book. Don't Cry for Me is packed with emotion, lust, passion and struggle. Eve and Josie cross paths and both are changed for the better. Eve had suffered immense loss in her life which has caused her to have her guard up when it comes to love and because of this, she can never fully feel happy. Josie slowly peels those layers away and when she does, it is pure bliss. The buildup is emotionally driven and the fact that feelings are being denied instead of acted upon leads to an explosive climax (no pun intended). I love that Rachel Lacey delivers a story that has depth and engaging narrative as well as insanely intense passion !
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Eve swayed forward, hips bumping into Josie’s, breasts pressed together as they kissed. Josie’s hands slid up her back and into her hair, tugging gently as her tongue tangled with Eve’s. This woman. God, this woman…
he pressed her fingertips against her lips as she gazed out at the Manhattan skyline gleaming in the distance. Holy shit. That was one of the hottest kisses of her life, the kind of kiss she wanted to drown in forever and had every cell in her body screaming for more.
She gripped Eve’s ass, pressing her hips down to meet Josie’s, replacing her fingers with her body. They rocked together, separated only by the lace of Eve’s thong as Josie rode out the last waves of her release. At last, she went limp, arms flung wide against the sheets, eyes closed and mouth parted in silent relief.
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A frosty television host, a bubbly bar owner, and a litter of abandoned kittens. The recipe for ratings gold…or heartbreak?
Eve Marlow has her eyes on the prize: a third season of her popular business makeover show, Do Over. But when her ratings take an unexpected dive, Eve needs a blockbuster new client, or she can kiss season three goodbye. She has her work cut out for her, and that’s before she discovers a litter of newborn kittens in a trash can. Now she’s desperate to find someone to take them so she can concentrate on reviving her career.
Josie Swanson had to put her kitten rescue on the back burner when she inherited her father’s bar two years ago. Since then, she’s invested all her time and energy into keeping it afloat, but despite her best efforts, Swanson’s is going under. When she gets a phone call from Eve Marlow, host of the television show Josie applied to earlier that year, the woman she’s convinced can save her bar, Josie hopes her luck has finally turned.
Eve knows what she needs to succeed, and it isn’t Josie—or her bar. There’s no denying the chemistry sizzling between them, though. Josie’s personality is as vibrant as her turquoise-tipped hair. She stirs things in Eve that haven’t been stirred in a long time, but there’s a reason she keeps her heart under lock and key. Eve stands to lose a lot more than her TV show if she lets her guard down, no matter how tempted she is to see if Josie’s love would be worth the risk.