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  • Paperback: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (July 1 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373836783
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373836789
  • Product Dimensions: 20.7 x 13.3 x 3.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 386 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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I had sooooo much fun with this book and know you will to. Give it a try! Ms. Foster ROCKS!
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1765840) out of 5 stars Three great authors=three great stories Aug. 14 2005
By Laurie - Published on
Format: Paperback
Tantalizing/Lori Foster

Josie Jackson's sister arranges a blind date for her with Bob Morrison. Both dreaded the blind date; he expected a stuffy, matronly prude while Josie assumed that Bob would be another boring, nerdy man just as all of her sister's other fix-ups had been. Josie decides to scare off her geeky match with a red-hot outfit, hair and make up, never dreaming that her date would be a gorgeous specimen of a man capable of showing her just how sensuous she is. The only problem is that Bob isn't Bob at all; he's Bob's business partner Nick Harris. Nick agreed to stand in for Bob because Bob is crazy about Josie's sister, Susan and doesn't want to date anyone else. Nick allows Josie to believe that he is Bob, thinking that he would continue to see her just a while longer, and then he was unwilling to stop the exquisite pleasure he has found in helping Josie lose her inhibitions. But when pleasure turns into something much deeper and Nick still hasn't told Josie the truth, he fears what her reaction will be at being deceived.

Lori Foster has once again given her readers a lighthearted, sexy story with more of the adorable characters that she is known for.

His Every Fantasy/Janelle Denison

Leah Burton wants to know how to please a man before she marries her fiance, seeing how he doesn't warm her up in the same way as Jace Rutledge, her older brother's best friend. When Leah tells Jace that she needs a favor of him, he never dreams that her request would involve tutoring her in sensual pleasure. When he hesitates and she suggests that perhaps she should look elsewhere for instruction, he finds that he cannot stand the thought of her being intimate with anyone but him. After sharing every intimacy imaginable, Jace simply cannot let Leah go and he sets out to convince her that his feelings are true, but he isn't sure if she shares those feelings.

This is a very steamy story that romance lovers will love.

Playmates/Crystal Green

Sean McIntyre and Fiona Cruz handle public relations/marketing management for two of the hottest actors, and are working hard at keeping the peace between their respective clients, they work brilliantly together in front of the camera but behind it seem capable of murdering each other. Keeping their hands to themselves proved to be just as difficult for Sean and Fiona. They thought that they could play the game without falling in love, but it begins to look like that will be harder than either anticipates.

Crystal Green has written an incredibly sensual story with characters that are very much in touch with their sensual selves.
21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
By dreamweaver25 - Published on
Format: Paperback
Tantalizing - Copyright 1999 by Lori Foster. His Every Fantasy Copyright 2003 by Janelle Danison. Playmates Copyright 2004 by Chris Marie Green. Yeah, it's nice for people who have not read these old stories to have them repackaged, but let the buyer beware. I KNEW they all sounded familiar, and at original price of $12.95, they just weren't good enough to read again.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1765ccc) out of 5 stars It's Lori Foster, what else can I say! July 5 2005
By darkhunting - Published on
Format: Paperback
In "Tantalizing" by Lori Foster

Josie Jackson is slightly misunderstood by her overprotective big sister, Susan. While Josie knows that Susan loves her, her sister doesn't quite get the fact that the men she tries setting Josie up with are a total yawn'fest. So, when Susan sets Josie up yet again, Josie decides to throw the latest uptight bore running by dressing in an ultra sexy outfit that is sure to have the guy backpeddling in a big way.

However, her plan backfires when Josie meets the man who has introduced himself as 'Bob'. He's gorgeous, in a sexy, roguish sort of way that has Josie's blood heating and her heart doing cartwheels.

So, She decides to take the wildly handsome fella home!

She only has one problem with that plan. Josie isn't sure what she's supposed to do with him once she's got him all to herself. Some women are naive, but Josie puts a whole new spin on the word innocent.

Thankfully, 'Bob' has a few ideas of his own, being the eager to please hottie that he is.(I really liked him)

The next morning she realizes, much to her dismay, that while she's just spent the most passionate night of her life, with possibly the most devastating man she's ever met, she's still just... Josie. Josie the little sister. Josie the caregiver. Boring, plain Josie.

How is she supposed to carry on an affair with a man like 'Bob' without boring him to tears?

Then again, she doesn't know that Bob has a few secrets of his own. He's not all Josie thinks he is, and when these two finally come clean with each other, the sparks fly and the steam factor shoots sky high!


"His Every Fantasy" by Janelle Denison

This was a very good story. I always enjoy her stuff.

It was along the lines of Lori Foster's "Annie Get Your Guy"... sort of... Here's my own version of what this story was about~

Jace Rutelage is a long time friend of Leah Burton's family. He's had the hots for her for awhile now, but with an alcoholic mother, and having a father who skipped town when Jace was just a kid, it's caused Jace to be weary and insecure, esp. where relationships are concerned. Even though he's brought himself out of the slums, owning his own thriving garage, he still feels unworthy of the classic beauty Leah.

But when she comes to him with a favor, a favor that has his insides heating and his blood pumping, he's more than willing to prove he's the man for the job.

Leah has gotten a marriage proposal. She should be thrilled, elated, to have a handsome man like Brent ask her to be his wife. But, when there's not even the least hint of sexual sparks she's worried. Worried she's lacking in what it takes to turn a man on. So, she enlists the help of her good friend Jace. What Jace doesn't know is that this is her chance to quench a thirst that Leah's had for the sexy rugged man for as long as she could remember.

But as her heart becomes involved, Leah is even more reluctant to marry cold-fish Brent. What's a girl to do? Steal an episope from the book "Sexcapades" and perform for Jace, in the hopes that she'll be all the woman he could ever want... of course!

This was a fun story with some sexy love scenes and endearing characters...


"Playmates" by Crystal Green

In this story you get a seemingly self-assured woman, Fiona Cruz, and a man who just can't seem to help himself, Sean McIntyre. Both characters are different from the norm and you'll have some serious fun watching the sparks fly...
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa176a0a8) out of 5 stars BUYERS BEWARE Aug. 6 2005
By D. Sweet - Published on
Format: Paperback
All three stories were steamy! Not a bad book if you like HOT READS! Lori Foster and Janelle Denison are two of the best romance authors out there. But, If you are buying this book because you can't get enough of Lori Foster, BEWARE. The story "TANTALIZING" was released by Harlequin in 2004 in a book called "Lip Service" and is now being rereleased in this book. So, if you're buying this book hoping to find another one of Lori Foster's hard to find stories, you will be disappointed.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa176a18c) out of 5 stars Fan of the Writers.... Aug. 3 2005
By Isabel M. Soto - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I am a huge fan of Lori Foster and Janelle Denison and have probably consumed 99% of their books over the years. Crystal Green is a newcomer to my world. Tantalizing by Foster is one of my favorites in which a young woman breaks out the mold she feels she is in and lets loose with a new passion and a great guy. His Every Fantasy indeed fulfills every one for the reader. My only mistake in buying the book was that I didn't realize I had these books already.