I'm glad I didn't spend money on this book. I was so disappointed in the Erin McCarthy and Jordan Summers stories. Being a big fan of Erin McCarthy, I expected more of a story line and great witty comments. There just wasn't much there except sex. The story by Jen Nicholas was really cute and entertaining. The story Mesmerized by Jordan Summer had a good plot line, I just didn't find it very believable. She hypnotized the hero but when she couldn't bring him out of it she brought him home to work on him more??? She kept him for 4 days. Maybe it's just me, but I thought the heroine should have been frantic with worry!
"Fuzzy Logic" is the story of friends that finally realize that they are in love with each other. Well, kind of anyhow. Lucas has always known that he's loved his best friends older sister Ashley. It's now time to make Ashley realize that he is not just her brother's best friend, but the one man for her? Will she finally realize that age is not a factor and that Lucas really loves her for her?
"The Cupid Curse" is the story of Gideon a cupid in training. He has accidently shot himself with the "love" arrow that was meant for Valentine's true love. This might just be the answer to a wish rather than a true curse.
"Mesmerized" is the story of Amdana Dillion. She has more men falling in love at her feet that she can stand. Of course they are hypnotized at the time. The truth of the matter is Amanda would love for Derek to fall mesmerized at her feet but because of love not hypnotism. Will these two find love or will it just be a test of wills?
All three stories were entertaining. They are fun, light reads that are steamy and sensual. Brava has the ablitiy of turning out short stories that don't cheat the reader with content...or lack thereof. This is one read that I recommend that you add to your reading list. There fun, quick, and packed with yummy heros!
I really loved the first two stories in this book. Very interesting and some very hot love scenes. The last story though just didn't engage my emotions. And it kind of streaches your supension of disbelief. But it was a very enjoyable book.
Liked the first story (Erin McCarthy's), but the other two--with apologies to fellow PBS member Jen Nicholas--weren't as good as the usual "Bad Boys" anthology tales. Within the confines of the premise (and, in the case of the Cupid story, the fantasy) of each, the last two stories just didn't make sense, logically and/or emotionally. I have to say, however, that the sex scenes in all three were pretty hot, which is always a good thing! I wouldn't NOT recommend it, it's just not one of the best of the "Bad Boys" anthologies.
This book contains three delightful and sexy stories. The first is "Fuzzy Logic." Ashley is a part time "personal party consultant." When a case of pink dildos arrives at her landlord's apartment, he can't figure out why she would need 12 of them, so he decides to investigate the matter. The second is the "Cupid Curse." It's a story of a gal that writes a letter to Cupid in an effort to get a heart throb. When Cupid gets her letter and goes to fullfill her request, he unfortunately shoots himself in the ass with his own arrow. So, Cupid and his gal friend are destined to fall in love with each other. The third story is "Mesmerized." In this one, a woman hypnotist tries to hypnotize a sexy male member of her audience. Unbeknownst to her, said male is a journalist seeking a sensational story about her and he tricks her into thinking she's hypnotized him. The fun starts when she realizes he's in a trance (fake one) but acts as tho he can't come out of it. She's forced to take him home...and romance is inevitable. I thought all 3 stories were clever and well written. A fun, quick read!