Book Reviews of Wild For You

Wild For You
Wild For You
Author: Suzanne Gray
ISBN-13: 9780821775714
ISBN-10: 0821775715
Publication Date: 12/1/2004
Pages: 501
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Special delivery has just taken on a whole new meaning - three friends take on off the wall jobs for Christmas - and hers is a doozy.
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Annie Peterson has a comfortable life. Teaching high school math, getting together for takeout and videos with her girlfriends, thinking all about the sex she isn't having. Yep, when "comfortable" means the only man ringing your bell is the pizza guy, it's time for a change. So Annie and her pals make a pact to get off-the-wall jobs over Christmas break - hers is a doozy...

Gallery owner Dalton Stoner is a hard man to shock - but the sexy, snow-dusted woman who turns up on his doorstep in the middle of a blizzard is doing a pretty good job of it. Annie's from the Naughty or Nice delivery service, and although Dalton didn't order a strip-o-gram, he has to respect the fact the raging storm hasn't kept this gorgeous courier from her appointed rounds. From the look of the weather, she may have to stay awhile... and he may have to take a cold shower- or ten...

Now, with the snow falling outside and the temperature rising inside, two perfect strangers with nothing in common except incredible chemistry are faced with an unusual opportunity. They can take an awkward situation and make it worse - or they can make the best of it - over and over again...
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This book was just ok. The two main character's story was cute and steamy at times. There were a couple of secondary character's whose stories were interwoven with romances and problems of their own, but the issues were not resolved by the end of the book. It just kind of left you hanging with their story lines.