Four tales of four super-hunky guys & four girls who really need it badly.
Don't look for any deep meanings or good writing; this is as good an excuse for sex as any - a good, fast beach read. Don't forget to check your brains at the door.
Four very explicit stories of love:
Bed and Breakfast by Susan Donovan
For Maggie's Sake by Lora Leigh
SIren's Call by Lori Wilde
His Body Electric by Carrie Alexander
I bought this book because I've enjoyed books by Donovan and Wilde, but I had not read the other two. All four are racy and easy to read. I enjoyed Leigh's and WIlde's the best though because there was a previous relationship between the characters in both stories which makes such a short tale of love more believable.
I got this book for Donovan and Leigh's stories. I have never read anything by Wilde and Alexander before. Overall the anthology was okay. I couldn't finish Alexander and Wilde's stories though.
"Bed and Breakfast" by Susan Donovan: I thought I wouldn't like this because Kate was so bitchy in the beginning but she grew on me. Jorey was nice. I found all his alternative spiritual stuff a little overdone (Ironic since I'm as papan as they come). Regardless it was a sweet little story.
"For Maggie's Sake" by Lora Leigh: Cool story. This was the last story I haven't read out of the series and it took me a little bit to get back to who all the characters were. I liked Maggie quite a bit. She wasn't too big of a pushover and surprisingly Joe wasn't that overbearing. Leigh has a tendency to create alpha males that can cross the line of becoming a jerk but I think she pulled it back enough with Joe. Some action scenes but mostly lots of steamy bedroom fun.
"Siren's Call" by Lori Wilde: I read most of the story but just couldn't get myself to finish it. Duncan is trying to win back Annie after breaking her heart five years ago. Getting Annie to trust him again is a huge issue. So what does he do? Lie to her about a treasure map her parents died trying to pursue to try to win her heart. Idiot. After a while I just couldn't stand how dumb the plot was and left it unfinished.
"His Body electric" by Carrie Alexander: I couldn't get past the first few chapters. It was really slow and boring to me. Karen wasn't that interesting despite the fact that she was so tuned on being a sex phone operator that she had to quit. Okay. Whatever. Not a good story for me but I'm sure others might enjoy it.
Not exactly a keeper but I didn't regret reading it either.