Wicked Burn Mass Market Paperback – May 1 2012
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“One of the best erotic romances I've ever read.”—All About Romance
“Nearly singed my eyebrows.”—Dear Author
“Hot enough to make the pages smoke.”—Fallen Angel Reviews
About the Author
Beth Kery loves romance, and the more emotionally laden and sexy the romance the better. She holds a doctorate in the behavioral sciences and finds the internal world of human beings to be a constant source of fascination.
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Niall Chandler noticed her handsome neighbour during a silent elevator ride one day and when Vic invites her into his apartment for a drink after assisting her, she does something completely uncharacteristic and accepts. They have a drink, exchange a few words, she introduces herself and Vic gives her his first name. Then they exchange more than words.
I'm always looking for better adjectives to describe the attraction and eroticism writers pen between a heroine and hero in a good romance book. The best way I can describe the sexual tension and attraction between this couple is it literally BOILS, and the erotic encounters between Niall and Vic are nuclear grade hot.
However, this book isn't just hot sex, their love story tugged my heartstrings. Following a horrible tragedy resulting from violence three years previously, Niall is a member of humanity's walking wounded. Her life has literally disintegrated around her. She has her career at the Chicago Museum of Fine Art and she travels. However, she struggles with inner turmoil, her loss, guilt and the shackles of the unrealistic expectations of her old school Catholic parents.Read more ›
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This was a sizzler! I loved the fact that there was a POV from both the male and female character and I loved them both. Read morePublished on July 23 2013 by AngelinaT
Must be a new thing in light of the success of Fifty Shades of Grey (which I haven't read). While I like a bit of spice in a romance read, I'm not into reading book porn. Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2012 by K. Wark