Bad Boy [NOOK Book]

Overview

The author of Bad Girl proves that sometimes being bad feels really good.

As the owner and editor-in-chief of Heat, Dallas? hottest new e-zine, Leah Reece will do anything to get her story, even venture into the shady underworld of 69, an erotic club which caters to the needs of those with enough money to get anything they want. Leah expected to get her scoop and run, but ...
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Bad Boy

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Overview

The author of Bad Girl proves that sometimes being bad feels really good.

As the owner and editor-in-chief of Heat, Dallas? hottest new e-zine, Leah Reece will do anything to get her story, even venture into the shady underworld of 69, an erotic club which caters to the needs of those with enough money to get anything they want. Leah expected to get her scoop and run, but didn't count on getting sidetracked by a sinful encounter with a dark and sultry bad boy.

Quin Perez is a bodyguard at 69. He can't afford to lose his concentration for a second, but he can't help lusting after the sexy editor who stumbles across his path. Now Quin is asking Leah questions she doesn't want to answer, and making her do things she never dared.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101029022
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 373,842
  • File size: 287 KB

Meet the Author

Maya Reynolds has worked as a teacher, stockbroker, psychiatric social worker, and crisis-team interventionist, and is the author of several short stories.
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  • Posted May 7, 2009

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    recommended summer read

    This is more than erotic romance. It's an intelligent and fast paced story that mixes sex and suspense--something Reynolds does very well.

    The chemistry between the characters and the increasing conflict keeps you invested all the way to the end.

    I started reading Reynolds when she came out with her first book, Bad Girl. Bad Girl was hot, but Bad Boy sizzles.

    Highly recommended.

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  • Posted March 15, 2009

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    an intriguing erotic romantic investigative thriller

    In the Dallas suburb Oak Cliff, chief editor of the e-zine ultra popular Heat, Leah Reece covers the hip 69 Club that caters to any cravings of affluent swingers. While in the club, she meets the owners' bodyguard, Quin Perez, who admits he enjoys her column especially her imagination. She modestly gives credit to everyone else, but he cuts her off saying he reads her column not the magazine.

    Both are attracted to one another, a feeling neither wants. He understands the need to focus on his job and not a sexy editor; she understands the need to focus on her job and not a sexy bodyguard. However, unable to ignore the heat, they begin to fall in love, but end up working together under the covers and undercover as they investigate a sex auction.

    The sequel to the police procedural erotic romance BAD GIRL is an intriguing erotic romantic investigative thriller. Sandy the voyeur and Zeke the cop, co-stars of the previous Dallas area tale, introduce Leah to Quin before they take off on their own escapades and sexcapades. Readers will enjoy the heat of Leah and Quin, which can intrude on the crime caper inquiry, but is fun to read as they discuss the "Adventures of Letterman" (nod to the Electric Company) whether a tattoo letter "P" should add one more diagonal line to it.

    Harriet Klausner

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