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Cam sighed but gave in. “Fine. You want a cup of tea?”

I nodded and followed him into his kitchen, trying to keep my eyes on anything but his muscled shoulders and tight ass. I didn’t try very hard.

Standing by his kitchen counter, I was lost in thought about the evening ahead of us as Cam made the tea and coffee, when I caught movement out of the corner of my eye. I glanced toward it and nearly had full-on heart failure at the size of the spider clinging to Cam’s kitchen tiles.

“Oh, my God!” I squealed, skittering back away from it, a lump of fear in my throat the size of Canada.

“What—what?” Cam spun around, his eyes wide on me.

I stared round-eyed at the spider. “Get rid of it or I won’t be able to move.” I wasn’t kidding. I was literally frozen with fear. I don’t know where my phobia of spiders originated, but it was bad enough that we had to invest in spider repellents that plugged into the sockets in our flat.

We got the rare few spiders nevertheless and Cole always took care of them.

Cam looked from me to the spider and then back to me again. I could see the beginning of a smile start to curl the corners of his mouth.

“Don’t even think about laughing. It’s not funny.”

His gaze softened as he seemed to finally realize the extent of my fear. “Okay. Stop panicking.

I’ll get rid of it.” He reached into a cupboard and pulled out a pan.

I scowled. “What are you doing? Don’t kill it!”

Cam froze, cocking his head in bemusement as he gazed at me. “Why don’t you want me to kill it? I thought you were frightened of it.”

“I am terrified of it.” I corrected him. “But what does it say about humans as a species if we go around killing things just because we fear them?” Not anything good, that’s what.

Cam’s gorgeous eyes warmed even more and I found myself forgetting the fear and falling into his gaze.

“What?” I whispered, feeling my chest swell at the way he was looking at me. No one had ever looked at me like that before.

He shook his head. “Nothing. You just . . . Nothing.”



“The spider.”


He blinked a little rapidly before pinning the spider with his gaze. “Right.” He lifted the lid of the pan. “I’m not killing it. I just needed something to put it in.”


As he rescued the spider from me and me from the spider, I crammed myself into the corner of the kitchen, scared that Cam wouldn’t move quickly enough and the spider would somehow launch itself across the room at me. I had no reason to fear. Cam had the spider in the pan in record time and I watched with growing relief as he took it to the kitchen window and deposited it outside.

“Thank you,” I breathed.

Cam didn’t reply. Instead he shut the window carefully, put the pan by the sink, and turned around to gaze at me.

Suddenly the air felt electric between us, like it always did while we worked side by side at the bar. I’d done my darndest to make sure those moments were confined to the bar, trying to feign ordinary interaction outside in the real world.

Today there would be no feigning.

I held my breath at the intensity in Cam’s eyes as he slowly began to make his way toward me.

When he closed the distance that would be considered socially acceptable between two friends who both had partners, I was just about to question him, stall him, but then my breasts brushed his chest and the words got sucked right back into my mouth along with all the air in the room. I felt his hands in a gentle embrace around my upper arms, his aftershave familiar and intoxicating, and the heat of his body made mine languid. I hadn’t been able to meet his eyes, and so I was looking at his throat when he leaned in and pressed the sweetest kiss to my forehead. A yearning, deep and expanding, burst open in my chest and I melted into him, feeling his lips chase a delicious shiver across my skin. He replaced his mouth with his own forehead. I closed my eyes as he closed his and we rested against one another, breathing each other in. I was filled with such longing, a longing only intensified because I knew it was reciprocated.

“Cam,” I whispered, wanting him to pull away and needing him to never leave.

He groaned and gently slid his forehead down the side of mine, his nose skimming my cheek, following my jaw, and coming to rest in a nuzzle against my throat.


I held my breath, waiting.


His hot lips touched the skin there. One brush. Two.

And then I felt the wet, erotic touch of tongue and I shuddered, falling against him. My nipples pebbled against my thin shirt, begging him to go further.

A sharp, piercing ringtone shattered the air between us and I jerked back, coming to my senses.

Cam cursed, his jaw clenched so tight it was close to shattering. He reached for his phone on the counter beside us and then blanched as he read the caller ID. He shot me an unfathomable look.

“Becca,” he stated grimly.

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“This book had some funny dialogue, some amazingly hot sex scenes, and emotional drama. Did I mention the amazing sex scenes?”—Dear Author…

“This is a really sexy book and I loved the heroine’s journey to find herself and grow strong. Highly recommend this one.”—USA Today’s Happily Ever After blog

“Young’s voice is riveting, and once I opened the book, I wanted to hang a ‘do not disturb’ sign around my neck until I was finished. This book definitely landed on my 2012 top picks!”—Fiction Vixen Book Reviews

“This book is fun. Sexy. A little dark. While the hero is extremely dominant, he also shows his softer side just when she needs it.”—Smexy Books Romance Reviews

“Every page sizzles when these two get together, but this book is so much more than a hot romp. This book has heart—and lots of it....If you want a book that will lure you in, grab you by the scruff of the neck, and never let you go until you finish reading the last page, then On Dublin Street is the book for you.”—TotallyBooked

“Brilliantly written with just the right amount of hotness, sexiness, and romance and everything else in between.”—Once Upon A Twilight --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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  • Editeur : Penguin Audio (16 janvier 2014)
  • Collection : MJ FIC AUDIO
  • ISBN-10: 1405918160
  • ISBN-13: 978-1405918169
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Down London Road is a book about how unexpected love can sometimes be.

Johanna had had a rough life since she was a little girl. With alcoholic parents, she had to drop out of school in order to take care of herself and her brother, Cole. She’s beautiful, smart and has a big heart. Despite these qualities, her goal is to give the little boy the life she never had, so the men she chooses to date have to meet her own standards, even if she feels something for them or not.

Everything changes when she meets Cameron MacCabe.

Cam isn’t even close to the type Jo would date. He doesn’t wear suits all the time, he has tattoos and he has already made his own mind about her when he sees Jo with an older man at her arm. Still, sparks fly and there’s an incredible attraction between them but Cam is also wrong about her.

Jo doesn’t trust easily and she’s always considered herself a failure. She’s insecure and stubborn and she’ll never imagined she’ll end up being friends with a guy like Cam.

When the whole truth comes out, they’ll find themselves facing a reality neither of them expected because Cam was wrong, so wrong in his judgement.

I read On Dublin Street before and I was curious about Jo’s story. I liked Samantha’s writing style and her book quickly became one of my favorites. I particularly liked the secondary characters and their roles in the novel. However, Down London Road didn’t have the same impact on me as the first one.

I enjoyed very much the story but I couldn’t really connect with Jo, even if I could understand her.

Do I recommend this book? Yup, I do. There are quite a few lessons to learn from it.

“Some people are born with family, and others have to make family.”
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Juin et la VF me semblait tellement loin que j'ai craqué avant... et je ne le regrette pas! Ca n'est pas un véritable coup de cœur comme d'autres romans peuvent l'être, mais on se laisse véritablement happer par le style de Samantha Young. A première vue, le résumé peut sembler niais (dixit une de mes copines de lecture pff), mais il y a beaucoup plus dans ces pages. Certes, l'action n'est pas omniprésente, mais les personnages ont une vraie consistance et c'est de là, pour moi, que ce livre tire tout son charme.

Je n'avais pas vraiment accroché avec Jo dans le tome précédent, et là, tout le talent de Samantha Young est de nous la révéler, afin de la voir réellement. La rencontre avec Cam est en ce sens assez similaire avec la perception que j'avais initialement eu de Jo, autrement une bimbo qui se cherche des hommes riches et profite d'eux...
Mais là, on ne peut que changer d'avis. Jo est réellement complexe, à la fois forte et faible. La voir se débattre avec ses sentiments pour Cam, rechercher le meilleur pour son frère, et penser qu'elle ne vaut rien, m'a vraiment touché.
Quant à Cam... Une fois qu'il aura compris son erreur de jugement sur Jo, il va tout faire pour elle, et pour l'aider à se voir telle qu'elle est réellement, et pfff... je suis définitivement accro aux Écossais! Que ce soit en kilt ou non^^

C'est romantique et sexy en diable, et la tension entre Cam et Jo est juste magnifique. Bref, j'ai aimé revoir Joss et Braden, et découvrir Olivia et Nate pour le prochain tome! Et surtout assister à cette magnifique histoire entre Jo et Cam.
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Une romance New adult pétillante plein de charme , d'humour et d'addiction. J'ai beaucoup aimé le parcours de ce duo un peu atypique loin des sphères des milliardaires, plus proche de la réalité. Leur histoire est crédible , sincère et on s'y attache avec délice. Une jolie romance qui coule de source . La plume de l'auteure est envoutante et parvient à intégrer le lecteur à son histoire avec véracité et sans fioriture.
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