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review 2015-05-26 15:30
'Too Much Temptation' by Lori Foster
Too Much Temptation - Lori Foster

A great sensual romance novel.

I loved this book. It made me smile, laugh and cry...

Grace has had little experience with men and feels too awkward and insecure because she is overweight. She has known Noah for three years, and loved him for nearly as long.

After discovering his fiancée in the arms of a lover, Noah Harper breaks off his engagement. He wants to make love to Grace, but he doesn't want anything more complicated than that... and Grace deserves better.

 

(I read this book in 2003 and wrote this review then.)

 

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review 2015-05-26 15:00
'The Reluctant Reformer' by Lynsay Sands
The Reluctant Reformer - Lynsay Sands

A mistake that led to love.

Lord Gerald Wentworth had been Lord James's best friend before dying saving his life. James had promised to protect Gerald's beautiful and virtuous sister, Margaret, but when he found her in a house of ill repute, he was sure she was Lady X, London's most enigmatic wanton.

 

He had to find a way to reform her and save her from scandal, and, at the same time, keep his hands off her luscious curves and himself from falling in love with the temptress.

 

(I read this book in 2003 and wrote this review then.)

 

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review 2015-05-25 00:00
Four Steamy Tales of Love and Seduction that Will Leave You... Hot and Bothered
Hot and Bothered - Victoria Marquez,Laura Bradley,Gayle Callen,Lori Foster

Hot, hot, hot... and sweet.

- "Luring Lucy" by Lori Foster (My favourite!)
According to Bram, Lucy was one sexy-as-sin woman, all lush curves and mature angles, who had driven Bram crazy for more years than any man should suffer.

Lucy thought she was lumpy and fat, average at best. She couldn't believe that Bram could be interested in her when her own husband had cheated on her with a younger woman.

It's a pity it's just a short story, the characters deserved a whole book.

- "Truth or Dare" by Laura Bradley
P.I. Shay McIntyre goes undercover as a reporter to find out who is behind the suspicious deaths of two bullriders, and finds herself playing a wicked game with Luke Wilder.

- "Compromised" by Gayle Callen
Lady Elizabeth Stanwood only wanted to make Lord Wyndham jealous. She never expected to be compromised and have to marry.

- "Treading Dangerous Waters" by Victoria Marquez
Sofia's plans to relax on a cruise are ruined when she meets James, her aunt's future son-in-law, who will try to stop his father's wedding one way or another.

 

(I read this book in 2003 and wrote this review then.)

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