I won't waste time with the summaries, they're right above the review section anyway.
Good Vibrations by Kate St. James - Plot was good, and the story could have worked, but the writing wasn't organized, so some things that the reader should have known were pulled out of nowhere, like the fact that Lexi's aunt knew Gage from a long time ago. It's like this big secret he's keeping, but we don't even find out that he's keeping a secret until the very end - it was just disjointed. The romance and sex was steamy and very arousing though.
Caged Wolf by Cynthia Eden - For a while I liked Cynthia Eden. But lately her additions to Secrets haven't been that great. Once again, we have a stupid, bossy, and weak, "heroine" who's annoyingly conceited and pathetic at the same time. I just couldn't stand her, so any sexy scenes lost heat because of how much I didn't like Madison.
Virgin of the Amazon by Mia Varano - This story was like porn. BAD porn. Written by a man. It was ridiculously inconceivable. Of course the "heroine" is this stunning, well-developed, blond ditz (yes, she was annoyingly stupid, and not because she was blond), who's miraculously still a virgin. It was such a stupid story; I even laughed at how dumb it was. I eventually gave up on it because Anna was just too unreal.
Wet Dreams by Larissa Ione - The only really good and well-written story was this one(IMO). The plot made sense, it was real, not corny, no unlikeable characters, intense and hot love scenes - a great story all-around. You really wanted to know the characters and read about them.