"An amusing yet torrid romance"
Cynthia Baxter buys a copy of Raunch magazine in hopes
of spicing up her personal life. After reading an article,
the accountant persuades her staid fiancÚ Walter Plinkney
to handcuff her to her bed. However, Walter, a doctor,
accepts an emergency call. In his haste to help his
patient, Walter leaves Cyn (as she puns herself) locked to
With her bladder neared bursting, Cynthia manages to
get the attention of her new neighbor, FBI agent Jake
Wheeler. He rescues her, but, based on first impressions,
he believes Cynthia is into kinky sex. Jake is undercover
and convinces Cynthia to help him on his case. She agrees
hoping for a little excitement to break up the ennui, but
neither she nor the Fed expected to fall in love with one
Nancy Warren has written an amusing yet torrid romance
due to the efforts of the ingenuous Cynthia to live up to
the homonym of her nickname Cyn. Though she tries to
display the image of a sophisticated sexpot, the heroic
hunk knows she is not winning any academy awards for her
performance. Yet, he also realizes that somehow this
innocent makes his libido attain stratospheric levels.
Category fans will LIVE A LITTLE when they read this fun
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 6, 2001
What's a girl to do? Cynthia Baxter's sex life needed
spicing up. She hoped
her colorless fiance would get into the spirit of things
when she brought
home Raunch magazine's fantasy issue, but she was wrong.
ex-fiance left her naked and tied to the bedposts after
being called away on
business during "Ravished by a Dark, Dangerous Stranger."
Luckily, Cynthia's new neighbor -- gorgeous, dark
and dangerous FBI
agent Jake Wheeler -- rescued her from her compromising
boring existence. She wasn't about to correct his
impression that she was a
very bad girl. Which meant that Raunch magazine might not
go to waste after
all ... At last, Cynthia -- make that Cyn -- was going to
Live a Little!