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How to Misbehave by Ruthie Knox
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Dec 04, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: arc, team-badboy

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4.5 hot little stars. Ruthie Knox serves up this perfect little amuse-bouche to start her Camelot series about the Clark family. This story is emotionally rich, with spicy sexual notes, and more than a dash of humor. Despite the fact that it is merely a "little taste", the Ms. Knox manages to get surprising depth with her characters.

Amber Clark is a "good girl" and Tony Mazzara has a reputation for being a bad boy. He is misunderstood, wounded and carries a certain "rep" around town. Simply irresistible, right? Mother Nature brings them together during a storm in the basement of the Community Center and they have to ride out the tempest.

This story is more raw that Ms. Knox's previous works. Amber is a little sheltered, a little naive, her previous experiences with sex are less than stellar, and Tony is teaching her to let-go, articulate her wants: "Tell me what you like," he said. "That's how we get good at this." He helps in her sexual discover and it is hot. She helps him forgive himself after a family tragedy leaves him agonizing over his reckless behavior. She helps him find his second chance.

My one critique is that I needed more of Tony and Amber! I loved this story and am looking forward to reading the series most especially Caleb's story. I can already feel a crush coming on...

Thank you to the author and Netgalley for the opportunity to read this little diddy.
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Blacky *Romance Addict* Great review Sunny :)

Sunny Blacky wrote: "Great review Sunny :)"

Thanks, Blacky! You're so supportive!

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