Getting It Good! (Harlequin Blaze #172) [NOOK Book]

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Francesca "Frankie" Salvaterra is exactly where she wants to be in life. She is known as the Carnal Contessa, the resident sexpert for CHiC magazine, and her outrageous suggestions for spicing up flavorless sex have propelled her to semistardom. But when the magazine pairs her up with sexy Ross Hartford, aka The Duke of Desire, she knows where she'll end up—on her back. And she plans to enjoy it....

Ross isn't happy to learn that he's been set up to give sex advice to thousands ...

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Getting It Good! (Harlequin Blaze #172)

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Overview

Francesca "Frankie" Salvaterra is exactly where she wants to be in life. She is known as the Carnal Contessa, the resident sexpert for CHiC magazine, and her outrageous suggestions for spicing up flavorless sex have propelled her to semistardom. But when the magazine pairs her up with sexy Ross Hartford, aka The Duke of Desire, she knows where she'll end up—on her back. And she plans to enjoy it....

Ross isn't happy to learn that he's been set up to give sex advice to thousands of women. There's only one woman he wants, and he'd like to personally demonstrate just how much he knows. Still, this temporary partnership—in and out of bed—might be exactly what he needs to get Frankie out of his system for good. Only, the more he has her, the more he needs her. And it doesn't look as if there's anything temporary about it....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426866937
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 6/21/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series , #172
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 294,488
  • File size: 422 KB

Meet the Author

Rhonda can't remember when she hasn't had her nose buried in a book, and most likely, her husband can't, either. Though she took several creative writing courses in college, she never considered a career in writing until her mother pointed out—as mothers are everlastingly wont to do—that she should give it a try. Thus, after giving up her dream of becoming an intergalactic princess or a mermaid—it was a toss-up because both are so cool—an author was born! (Thank you, Momma.)

Rhonda married her very own hero many moons ago, and she and her family make their home in a small town in northern Alabama. Between volunteering at her children's school (she's practicing a new word called "no") and the typical glamorous duties of a domestic goddess (does it ever end?), she escapes into her office where it's safe to talk to the voices in her head, to tell their stories, and hopefully to entertain her readers. If you like a little giggle amid the sizzle, then her books just might be for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2013

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    Ruin... are we a couple.

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  • Posted November 29, 2012

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    What a steamy book...this whole series in hot & funny. Recommend reading :)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Delightfully amusing contemporary romance

    Happily married couple Zora Anderson and Tate Hatcher raises the sex poker bet. She asks him to matchmake his pal Ross Hartford with her friend Frankie ¿the Carnal Contessa¿ Savaterra while he counters that if he wins she must hire Ross to work in her all female organization, Chicks in Charge. Tate wins the bet as Zora turns flushed, but recovers rather quickly as she realizes she won since she can place her employee Frankie with her new worker Ross, who has no choice but to accept her if he wants the Ward account as bad as he says............. Frankie and Ross are the last couple one would expect to be together, but as they fight, fuss, and fume their attraction turns to love. However, neither will back down and admit how they really feel about the other. For Frankie men are distrustful, something she learned from her father; Ross considered the Duke of Desire by women actually needs one female Frankie, but she seems to take more pleasure ripping his skin and telling others how to add flavor to the sex instead of him................... The latest Chicks in Charge tale, GETTING IT GOOD is a delightfully amusing contemporary romance starring two likable combatants. The sort line never takes it self seriously as Frankie has become almost famous for her carnal comments in CHiC magazine while Ross is known for pleasing women, although the only one he desires treats him like a loser. The return of Zora and Tate from GETTING IT will please fans who read the first book and tempt those like this reviewer to obtain the tale as this one is a good time....................... Harriet Klausner

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