Illustrator: Len Goldberg
Imprint or Line: Harlequin Presents #840
Published by: Harlequin, Mills & Boon
Genres: Category Romance, Contemporary Romance
Format: Paperback, eBook
Buy on: Amazon, AbeBooks
Reviewed by: Introvert Reader
Fantasy opens with the heroine, Eve, a fashion model, anxious to arrive home and see her fiancé.
Our heroine gets the shock of her life when she catches her boyfriend cheating. She finds him in bed with another man and her heart is crushed!
Despondent, Eve tries to drown herself in the ocean. Luckily the hero is there to save her life.
He also gives her a nice boost to the old self-esteem to show her that–no matter what her fiancé thinks–she’s a desirable woman.
After their one-night stand, Eve figures she’ll never see the stranger again. How wrong she is.
When they meet again, we discover that the hero is a big-shot businessman whose company is releasing a perfume called Fantasy. He’s running a major ad campaign and naturally demands Eve to be the face of Fantasy.
The hero is in charge of the beach photo shoot. Eve is supposed to pose on the sandy shores with a creepy male model in erotic embraces. She keeps freezing up, so the hero comes in and takes his place.
The heat is off the charts, and Eve can’t deny her attraction anymore or dismiss it as just a momentary lapse into madness.
Final Analysis of Fantasy
I’ve read Fantasy one a couple of times, and it’s such a sweet, cheesy read. I don’t care if the plot is a little unbelievable.
This is just the kind of story a Harlequin Presents should be all about. It’s some sexy little fantasy that makes you smile and not want to throttle the douchey hero for being a dominant ass.
Lucky for us readers, the hero is a dream! Eve’s fantasy becomes reality in the end.
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HAD SHE DREAMED HIM UP — THIS MAN, THIS FANTASY?
Her fiance’s betrayal and her frenzied flight to a secluded beach near Sydney had been for Eve a nightmare — until the moment a stranger held her in his arms and revealed a lotus land where love was possible …
For a while Eve gave herself up to the joy of loving and being loved for herself and not as the money-making image her fiance had devised with his camera.
She wanted the fantasy to go on forever. Surely to stay would be like trying to prolong a dream …Fantasy by Emma Darcy