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Live a Little!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2012

    SUPERB!

    I absolutely loved this book! It was so funny. Can t remember the last time I laughed this much. Great story. The loving wasnt bad either. What a great read!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2012

    Great!!

    Loved this book. I was laughing so much it hurt. Book is well written. Great love story

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  • Posted December 9, 2011

    THIS ONE HAS IT ALL!

    This is an older book, but has an OUTSTANDING plotline, is perfectly paced and has great sex scenes. Excellent writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2001

    Hold on tight for a sizzling story!

    Live A Little is a fun, entertaining and sizzling novel that'll leave you a bit warmer this holiday season!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    amusing yet torrid romance

    Cynthia Baxter buys a copy of Raunch magazine in hopes of spicing up her personal life. After reading an article, the accountant persuades her staid fiancé Walter Plinkney to handcuff her to her bed. However, Walter, a doctor, accepts an emergency call. In his haste to help his patient, Walter leaves Cyn (as she puns herself) locked to the bedpost. <P>With her bladder neared bursting, Cynthia manages to get the attention of her new neighbor, FBI agent Jake Wheeler. He rescues her, but, based on fist impressions, he believes Cynthia is into kinky sex. Jake is undercover and convinces Cynthia to help him on his case. She agrees hoping for a little excitement to break up the ennui, but neither she nor the Fed expected to fall in love with one another. <P> Nancy Warren has written an amusing yet torrid romance due to the efforts of the ingenuous Cynthia to live up to the homonym of her nickname Cyn. Though she tries to display the image of a sophisticated sexpot, the heroic hunk knows she is not winning any academy awards for her performance. Yet, he also realizes that somehow this innocent makes his libido attain stratospheric levels. Category fans will LIVE A LITTLE when they read this fun tale. <P>Harriet Klausner

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