I Brake For Bad Boys
Some men are mad, bad, and dangerous to know. But who would want them any other way? Drive Me Wild by Lori Foster Erica Lee is used to having the upper hand in work and in love. But most men are intimidated by her. When friends dare her to find a sex slave to fulfill her every whim, Erica sets... show more
Some men are mad, bad, and dangerous to know. But who would want them any other way?
Drive Me Wild by Lori Foster
Erica Lee is used to having the upper hand in work and in love. But most men are intimidated by her. When friends dare her to find a sex slave to fulfill her every whim, Erica sets her sights on handsome, mischievous Ian Conrad, who's about to turn the tables on her. . .
Touch Me by Shannon McKenna
Massage therapist Tess Langley prefers to down play her beauty and focus on her work. Until gorgeous Jonah Markham offers her an outrageous sum of money to tend to guests at his mountain hideaway. Though he's promised to be a good boy, she has no idea just how good he can be. . .
Something Wilde Janelle Denison
Jill Richardson vowed never to mix business with pleasure. But that was before devastatingly handsome Eric Wilde and his promise that at work they'll be professional–but after hours, anything goes. . .
Publish date: 2013-02-05
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Wilde Series (#6)
This review is only for Shannon McKenna's "Touch Me," a story which should have "Trigger Warning!" written in red ink all over it. I never realized before that the definition of a hot "bad boy" is a slavishly devoted man who cooks for you, cleans for you, and worships you like a goddess, except for ...
I only read steamy story by Lori Foster and always enjoy when the hero is in pursuit but I didn't like this heroine with her rigid domination stance and an entire relationship built in two days was a stretch. Ian talks the strong willed Erica into spending the weekend with him.
More like 2 1/2 stars. I read two of the three novellas of the book. The main reason for reading was Janelle Denison's "Something Wilde" which was better than the second title in that series "Wilde Thing". The "romance" between Eric and Jill is less "hicky" but Denison uses again the whole Fantasy/R...
Barely two starts. If you take the sex parts out of the story there's not a lot left. Both characters (Steve and Liz) have very little depth. Nothing beyond fulfilling each other fantasy. The whole finding her cousin who is off with a rich client from the sex phone/escort company she works with is t...