Millie J. (Millie) - , reviewed Sexy, Single and Searching / Eager, Eligible and Alaskan (Harlequin Duets, No 79) on
Cammie Jo Lockhart has won a trip to Alaska to meet the bachelor of her dreams. She doesn't think she's adventurous enough to tame the local "wildlife." Then she receives a special charm and becomes glamour gal Camry Josephine who shows Mack McCaulley that he's met his match!
A shipboard hypnotist transforms prim and proper Sarah Stanhope into Sexy Sadie. Easygoing Jake Gerard has no idea what he's walked into when he rescues Sadie. Before it's over, marriage is in their future!
SEXY, SINGLE AND SEARCHING: Thanks to her conniving great-aunts, shy Cammie Jo has won a trip to Alaska to meet the bachelor of her dreams. Only problem-she doesn't think she's adventurous enough to tame the local "wildlife." Until she receives a special charm and becomes glamour gal Camryn Josephine - a femme fatale who is more than ready to show local playboy pilot Mack McCaulley that he's et his match.
EAGER, ELIGIBLE AND ALASKAN: Did you say hot sex? Thanks to a shipboard hypnotist, those very words transform prim-and-proper heiress Sara Stanhope into Sexy Sadie the stripper. Easygoing Jake Gerad has no idea what hes walked into when he rescues a boa-clad woman from a man dressed as PePe Le Pew. But as the feathers fly and passions ignite, this very eligible bachelor vows to show Sadie he wants more than just hot sex. but marriage, as well!
These were books 2 and 3 of the Bachelors of Bear Creek series that started in the Harlequin Blaze imprint. Book 1 got me hooked on the "Bachelors"; books 2 and 3 were a letdown. Trying to make two separate books in the length of a "normal romance" took out most of the characters' development and the storylines were pretty silly. "Sexy, Single and Searching" was the better effort in this duet.
Lori Wilde is usually a good author, so can only surmise that the "Duets" premise was the problem with these two stories.