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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2007

    Hot and very entertaining!

    The three novellas of 'Give Me More' loosely follow the erotic adventures of a white silk scarf and the women who own it. 'Wild Thing' -- Maggie Hamilton books herself on a singles cruise hoping to change her bad luck with men. Unfortunately for Maggie, she finds herself on a honeymoon cruise by mistake. Her room is a nightmare and then she falls in what was supposed to be a romantic grotto pool. When Drew Connor, the handsome cruise director, hears her scream, he comes to her rescue and the attraction between them is instant and irresistible. He knows he could lose his job for getting involved with a passenger, but when one of the crew shows interest in her, Drew will risk getting fired to keep Maggie in his bed. 'Hold Me, Thrill Me' -- Ryan Holmes¿ boyfriend left her stranded and penniless on the island and now she wants to get back to the States and kill him. So she¿s waiting tables to make enough money to get home. Jean, a Frenchman, is waiting tables too while he searches for an American to marry so he can accept his dream job and move to the States. Ryan assumes Jean doesn¿t speak English, so when he asks her out for a drink the combination of the language confusion and the electric attraction between them results in a night of mind-blowing sex. Ryan¿s determined to keep the relationship purely sexual and Jean still needs American wife, but neither can avoid the feelings that could ruin both their plans. 'Light My Fire' -- Emily Mitchell is in denial when it comes to her boyfriend, Scott. She hopes he¿ll propose during their vacation in Colorado, but Scott would rather work than spend time with her. When she falls into the neighboring room¿s hot tub naked, surprising the gorgeous man relaxing alone there, she tries to ignore the immediate attraction that sizzles between them. Jason can¿t believe any man would neglect Emily, so when Scott returns to Houston on a business emergency and asks him to take care of her, he decides to give her the attention she deserves. Needless to say, things heat up fast. Emily resists at first, but soon she must admit that Jason makes her feel sexy and alive in a way Scott never did. But is it love or just fabulous sex? Offered up with a wicked sense of humor, the sex in these three erotic romance novellas is plentiful and explicit. The characters are well drawn while the stories are playful and original. P. J. Mellor fans will be delighted by her newest release. This is a charming, entertaining book erotic romance devotees won¿t want to miss.

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