Flint's Fuse by Sandra Fraser Dana Madison is kidnapped at the request of her father. Her father is working on a big corporate deal and he receives inFlint's Fuse by Sandra Fraser Dana Madison is kidnapped at the request of her father. Her father is working on a big corporate deal and he receives intel that his daughter might get caught in the crossfire. So her father has a mercenary named Flint steal into her bedroom and drag her off into the desert for her own protection.
*drops head on table* This was boring, stupid and a waste of my time. Hey, I like a Stockholm Syndrome type story as much as the next girl, but this was just baaad. How can you fall in love with someone who doesn't even talk to you? And can a woman really get so horny that she will make herself practically delirious and so desperate that she will throw herself at her kidnaper in a state of mindless lust? *We* know Flint isn't really a bad guy, but Dana did not. I read this novella thinking the whole thing was a joke and kept waiting for the punchline. I continued flipping through the pages only to find the author's mini biography where I discovered that this author is deceased. Joke was actually on me, because now I feel bad.
Love's Prisoner by MaryJanice Davidson Jeannie should have waited for the next elevator. Now she's trapped during a power outage and she's not alone. Not only is being trapped in an elevator every person's worst nightmare, but how about being trapped with a shape shifting werewolf who is fighting his change while fighting the irresistibly alluring scent of his mate.
I read this anthology for this novella alone. I liked it. It wasn't as fantastic as I thought it would be nor was this as scandalous as I was led to believe. I thought it was a tried and true forced seduction scene where Jeannie is at first resistant, but is soon screaming out her enjoyment. There is another forced seduction scene that I thought was much worse, yet I don't believe I ever heard anyone mention that scene as shocking. It was a punishment type sex scene that left me cold, but I accepted it as part of the werewolf culture. Besides that, this was an interesting and fun story. The scene in the elevator was certainly titillating but I wish MaryJanice Davidson could have made this into a full length novel because then I really, really would have enjoyed it. This had action and humor and best of all, some hot werewolf lovin.
The Education of Miss Felicity by Alicia Gaines Felicity watched her father flaunt his affairs before her mother's horrified and humiliated eyes so when it becomes her duty to marry, she decides the best way to make sure her husband-to-be never strays is to have instruction in the art of lovemaking. Who better than Dr. Marcus Slade to give her tutelage in the art of sex?
Not as bad as Flint's Fuse but certainly not great. While I was reading this I swear I felt my eyes start to cross. Purple prose alert and prepare to worship at the altar of Priapus. As soon as I finished this novella all I wanted to do was forget about it.
A Candidate for the Kiss by Angela Knight Small town reporter Dana is hiding in a tree as she covers the story of the century. She's tape recording a bunch of white supremacists as they discuss their plans to assassinate the president of the United States when the hired assassin turns out to be an undercover agent who also happens to be a vampire. Gabriel knows Dana is hiding in that tree but what he doesn't realize is that he's found a candidate for the Kiss.
I knew Angela Knight wouldn't let me down. This was alot of fun and very sexy. It also has one of my husband's favorite sayings in regards to me. "My wife's not kinky. She's lazy." Gabriel is a mouthwateringly hot vampire and I absolutely adored his naughty yet respectful bad boy antics....more