"Usual heated sexual and at times amusing erotic romances"
Simon Says by Jane Thompson. "Frat boy" columnist Simon
needs to know why reserved librarian Georgina hates him so
as she put him down when they first met at her cousin's
party three weeks ago and now again at another gala. He
investigates to learn how he wronged her, but instead
discovers her secret that she writes erotica under an
alias. He wants to make her fantasies (and his) real.
Bite of the Wolf by Cynthia Eden. On their first meeting,
werewolf Gareth informs Trinity that she is his soulmate,
but instead of jumping into his arms, she writes him off as
an attractive lunatic. Thus he takes extreme measures by
kidnapping the woman he insists he cherishes, but has his
work cut out convincing her they belong together, which
includes out of bed too.
Falling for Trouble by Saskia Walker. Police officer Oliver
wants to help Sonia's brother before he gets into trouble.
He concocts a plan that Sonia's agrees to help him with,
but neither expected the scheme to twist into the greatest
sexual encounter of their lives.
The Disciplinarian by Leigh Court. Her family is concerned
with her un-lady like behavior so they send Clarissa off to
learn from the Disciplinarian the deportment of an obeying
spouse. However, besides teaching obedience, her instructor
also trains her in providing sexual pleasure.
These four novellas, though different in sub-genre, provide
the usual heated sexual and at times amusing erotic
romances that make this series always one of the best.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted December 15, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 18, 2007