Focus of Desire - Kim Baldwin Reviews
Description:ISBN 1933110929 / Genre: Romance / Author: Kim Baldwin / Paperback / 239 Pages / Book is published 2007-08-03 by Bold Strokes Books
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Kim Baldwin Focus of Desire
Pages: 288, Paperback, Bold Strokes Books
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by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Kash is an international celebrity, a photographer famous for the number of women she sleeps with. Isabel is a cake decorator who wins a trip around the world with her best friend Gillian. Kash is hired to take photo's of the trip. When Isabel and Kash meet there is an instant attraction but how can a romantic cake decorator live happily ever after with a cynical celebrity photographer? This is the first (and last) book written by Kim Baldwin that I've read. I bought it second hand on ebay because it costs £11.99 to buy a new copy of any of Baldwin's books. You would think that this meant that her books were good, that they were worth paying double the price ... Read the complete review
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