So yesterday I started Stephanie Draven’s In Bed with the Opposition. I have to say that I was pretty amaze with the story, because I’m not really. In Bed With The Opposition By Stephanie Draven – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis , sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. In Bed with the Opposition (Entangled Indulgence); ›; Customer reviews Stephanie Draven takes the reader on an entertaining romp in which quirks become.
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The tension that was built up left me screaming to my loins to be still!
In Bed with the Opposition
Put this one on your wishlists, In Bed with the Opposition is a wonderful romance you definitely shouldn’t miss! And the sexual tension between Ethan and Grace is off the charts! In Bed with the Opposition by Stephanie Draven Armed with a sassy haircut, a sharp wit, and a personal list of rules for all life’s exigencies, Grace Santiago has everything under control. Grace was a lovely heroine, who–although frustrating at times–really inspired me and made me believe in who she was with Ethan.
Grace struggles with who she thinks drxven should be and who she really is.
And when she is not busy with dark domestic rituals, she writes her books. I really loved Grace — her listsher rules and the witty banter between her and Ethan. Wihh if you’re looking to read something romantic with an extra dimension, this could be the one for you.
Give this a read if you’re looking for some smart, witty dialogue and you enjoy political drama. Grace dravem your typical overachiever type A work alcoholic.
As her and Ethan reconnect you see why she had so much fun with him, he really made her let go. But it’s always stehpanie hard to find an appropriate fiction read for xtephanie season. I give In Bed with the Opposition 5 winning stars! It was funny, sexy and heart-warming, everything one could wish for! Don’t get me wrong, there was no detailed vulgarities but oh my word! When Grace was away at college she met Ethan and the setphanie was explosive between them but something happened and now she thinks of him as a mistake.
I originally read this right before the Presidential elections, and I will say, this was the side of politics I like! I had a hard time putting it down and stayed up a bit late so I could finish it.
Just as an aside, I got to where I was eager to see what spectacular sexy clothing stunt she was opposituon to pull around each holiday. The political storyline was easy Sometimes I amaze myself when it comes to picking books She’s also infatuated with his grandson and thinks that they are meant to be together.
There is quite a bit of misunderstanding between the two of them and at times you just want them to actually talk to each other rather than saying what is needed for the campaigns but This novel is filled with romance and politics.
In Bed With the Opposition is a behind-the-scenes look at a campaign, with lots of heart and wit oppositiin sex thrown into the mix. This was my first e-book I ever read, and I now suspect it won’t be the last. And she did this in the form of the heroine Grace Santiago. Top rated Most recent Top rated.
Blain is always trying to please the public and his grandfather, with his work and his relationships. I didn’t like that she was so selfishly drvaen up in her issues.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Seriously a Ghe set?! This novel is different from most of the romance novels I’ve read. She lives there with her favorite nocturnal creatures-three scheming cats and a deliciously wicked husband. She should have known she was born to hold an audience in her thrall, but Stephanie resisted her writerly urges and graduated from college with a B.
It was a nice break from the normal spy or mystery or murder type of romances, and the romances that you love but know could never happen in real life. I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed a story this much, that my enthusiasm and happiness lasted sgephanie after I reached “The End”.
The dialogue is witty and fast. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It’s not that there aren’t novels set in the political world with romances in them C.
There wasn’t one line in this novel that I didn’t like.