Bad Boys Down Under
Sexy, macho Cameron Crane knows he needs marketing guru Jennifer Talbot to take his Australian surf and boogie board business into the lucrative American market. No worries, mate. He'll just seduce the little Shella. But the minute Cameron lays eyes on Jenn, cornering the market on pleasuring her... show more
Sexy, macho Cameron Crane knows he needs marketing guru Jennifer Talbot to take his Australian surf and boogie board business into the lucrative American market. No worries, mate. He'll just seduce the little Shella. But the minute Cameron lays eyes on Jenn, cornering the market on pleasuring her becomes his number one goal...one he's ready to fully commit to...Handling the advertising campaign for Crane surf and boogie boards is ad exec Lise Atwater's dream job. But turning their Australian surfer boy into a product spokesman is going to take a lot of work. Hunky Steve Jackson is a take-me-as-I-am kind of guy who thinks he's in the States to party and bed women. But when the ad campaign moves behind closed doors, it's clear that neither is selling the other anything...and the white-hot ecstasy is completely mutual...Dumped by his fiancee, Mark Forsythe decides to sow his wild oats down under. On his first night, the novice bad boy passes out in slinky Bronwyn Spencer's bed. Though nothing happened, Bronwyn's happy to let Mark think they've shared a night of passion so hot, he's got to experience it again. And she has every intention of showing the terminally "good" Mark know just how delicious a walk on the wild side can be...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2005
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
This book includes 3 contemporary romance novellas, vaguely connected by a place (Australia) and a surf board company all characters are linked to. The protagonists are different in all 3 stories, but all of them represent the type of romance I dislike. The hero and heroine meet, feel instant and ir...
Three enjoyable steamy romances of lust at first sight that quickly turns to love because the stories are short. The plots were fun and characters all linked centering around Crane Surf & Boogie Boards. First was engaged Jen and CEO Cam then ad exec Lise and model Steve ending with ex-fiance Mark a...
Sizzling in Sydney and Surfer Boy were pretty good but The Great Barrier was horrible. It featured horribly flat characters - he has no personality and she's a slut. Of the three heroes, of course I liked bad boy Cameron the best.