Dirty Little Steam Queen (Bookstrand Publishing)

Overview

Plenty of men have tried to tear the lace panties off a little hell cat called Blaze Alexander, but none have succeeded--until Erik Grant comes along. She learns that he is the janitor at WSCX and rumored to be retarded. But when she looks past his stringy blond hair and sees a man so handsome he could take your breath away, she knows he's putting on an act. One day she finds a calendar of beach hunks, and someone that looks like Erik is Mr. July. What could have happened to him that would make him withdraw from ...
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Overview

Plenty of men have tried to tear the lace panties off a little hell cat called Blaze Alexander, but none have succeeded--until Erik Grant comes along. She learns that he is the janitor at WSCX and rumored to be retarded. But when she looks past his stringy blond hair and sees a man so handsome he could take your breath away, she knows he's putting on an act. One day she finds a calendar of beach hunks, and someone that looks like Erik is Mr. July. What could have happened to him that would make him withdraw from the world and masquerade as a retarded janitor? Erik secretly fantasizes about taming the little hell cat, but with demons of his own, he stays silent. He knows if he spends one night with Blaze, she will learn his secret-a secret that lurks dark and mysterious behind his clever disguise! ** Warning: Contains excessive violence and scenes with rape, necrophilia. ** A BookStrand Erotic Romance
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606011607
  • Publisher: Bookstrand-Siren Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/24/2009
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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  • Posted October 26, 2010

    phooey!

    This has got to be one of the stupidest book I've ever read-and that's saying something, because I can stomach most anything if it's hot. The heroine is a mean, sarcastic jerk. The people she works with are meaner, and her supposed lover is an idiot whose reasons for ending up as a janitor makes no sense at all; and he's mean-spirited too. The only character that made any kind of sense at all, was the psycho who was trying to bump the herione off. I was kinda hoping he would. The sex is vanilla and the ending is ridculous considering the rest of this book. They actually drive off into the sunset...seriously lame!

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