Review-Skin by Lydia Michaels

Skin (McCullough Mountain, #2) Book Title – Skin
Author – Lydia Michaels
Publisher – Secret Cravings Publishing
ISBN/ASIN - 9781618858
Genre – Romance, Erotica


When Finnegan McCullough gets a flat tire he bumps into a woman he’s never seen before. After a stern lecture on trespassing, he offers her a ride and a friendship takes shape. Mallory Fenton is unlike any girl he’s ever met. She’s funny, sexy as hell, and sweet as pie, but she doesn’t see herself that way.

After literally crashing into Finnegan McCullough, Mallory is a hot, tongue-tied,mess. A true lumberjack, he wears his flannel well and possesses the sexiest smile she’s ever had thrown her way. Unfortunately, men like that don’t look at girls like her. When Finn confesses his desire to be more than friends, Mallory is shocked. After years of being the ‘fat girl’ she knows better than to believe a man like Finn could ever find her attractive. But she’s gotten under his skin and Finn is determined to show Mallory how beautiful she truly is.

A realistic and heartwarming romance that proves love and beauty come in all shapes and sizes.

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Lydia Michaels  
Award winning author, Lydia Michaels, writes all forms of hot romance. She presses the bounds of love and surprises readers just when they assume they have her stories figured out. From Amish vampyres, to wild Irishmen, to broken heroes, and heroines no man can match, Lydia takes readers on an emotional journey of the heart, mind, and soul with every story she pens. Her books are intellectual, erotic, haunting, always centered on love.Lydia Michaels loves to hear from readers!

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This is the second book in the McCullough Mountain series, while the first book was good I enjoyed this one so much more, The title is skin and actually is the perfect name for this book, the main female character in this book feels so overweight and doesn't see herself as others see her. Why is it we only see our flaws? We all need to see the good in each other and not the bad.

connie Review
4 star

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