Just Chemistry-Vera Jax

Just Chemistry

Vera Jax

Fanny Press, Aug 15 2012, $12.95


ISBN: 9781603815123


Logan, head of the successful Los Angeles branch of Blue Dreams Marketing, covets a position on the Board of Directors.  He only competition is Martin, head of the equally thriving Houston office and son-in-law of the firm’s CEO.


At a conference in Houston, he and Sam, the force behind the success of the Texas’ office, meet on an elevator and are instantly in lust with one another.  They share a nooner and much more though each recognizes their tryst is not a good career move.  Logan’s mentor Carl tells him that Martin is having an affair with Sam.  He refuses to believe she would behave in such a manner though he ended their long distance relationship.  Martin tries to blackmail Sam into a sexual encounter, but she refuses though that means her job.  Martin will get the BOD position as previous complaints about his sexual harassment activities has been ignored by his father-in-law, Logan wants Sam back in his life permanently even if it costs him his remote chance at the BOD job.


Just Chemistry (of love) is a super erotic office romance starring two dynamic ethical executives.  The storyline grips fans with that opening encounter of strangers in the elevator exchanging lustful glances and never slows down as they team up to try to bring down a protected predator.  Although a coincidence brings the engaging lead pair together for the second session and the unlikely ending, readers will sing Sinatra’s song Strangers in the Night: “Something in your eyes was so inviting; Something in you smile was so exciting; Something in my heart told me I must have you” as Vera Jax provides a “Lovers at first sight, in love forever” romance.


Harriet Klausner



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