This anthology definitely had some entertaining/sexy moments. My least favorite story was the first one "Indulge Me" by Lori Foster. The only character who wasn't painfully one-dimensional was Becky. I'd say she had about one and a half dimensions. The portrayal of Becky's supposedly closest friends was ridiculous. Asia and Erica existed as nothing more than cardboard cut-outs who walked on stage for some bad oneliners, and then walked off (literally still giggling at their un-witty repartee).
Also, Erica continues flirting and making blatant sexual innuendos with the man Becky's building a relationship with--even after she sees how upset it's making Becky. Hello??! What kind of "best friend" is this? Yet as the reader, it's clear (because Foster beats us over the head with it relentlessly) that we're supposed to regard Erica as the tough-as-nails sassy modern woman. No, I call her a pathetically selfish, hurtful person. And I'm afraid no amount of un-funny oneliners can save her.
But with the exception of Lori Foster's irritating and shallow tale, the other stories in this anthology did succeed as sexy, escapist fun.