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Wicked and Willing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    Awesome

    ## This book was amazing. I absolutely adored the heroine! She was witty, sarcastic, beautiful and so fun-loving. She and the hero had tremendous chemistry which just exploded off the page. The sex scenes were undeniably hot as is the norm for a Leslie Kelly book and the humor was an added bonus. I loved the scene with the twin brother. A must read!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    heated contemporary romance

    Venus Messina loves suds and jeans so she rejects the thought that she could be a millionaire¿s long lost granddaughter. She fears, if true, that she would lose all she relishes about life and her childhood dream would definitely and melancholy end as being an heiress is not part of her makeup. Thus she wants to say she is the wrong person to Max Longotti. Troy Langtree finds himself in an untenable situation. He wants Venus in his bed, but also needs to keep his current employment after the fiasco of his previous mixing of bedrooms and boardrooms. Making matters harder (pun intended) is that she wants him too, but she has no inhibition to keep her from reaching out to him. Yet Troy knows he must keep his libido in check while persuading Venus to at least meet Max. Though WICKED AND WILLING is label a ¿Bad Girl Club¿ tale, that description seems too narrow for someone as vivacious as Venus is. She is an individual who lives life to the fullest, filled with gusto for the people and things she likes, in other words: Attitude. She is assertive and often aggressive, but when she loves everyone knows. In some ways, Troy is more a secondary character, but readers will relish his ability to encourage his beloved to be herself, only share it with him. Together they turn Leslie Kelley¿s novel into a heated contemporary romance. Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2003

    You have to read this book!

    I've always enjoyed Leslie Kelly's books, but this one is her best yet. Warm, funny, FABULOUS dialogue, and super sexy!! Venus is the most original heroine I've read about in years. And Troy is sooo hot. I liked him even better than his twin brother, Trent from Two to Tangle. (another must read) The love scenes make you wish you had someone to get wicked with because after reading them you're definately willing!

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