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Naughty, But Nice
     

Naughty, But Nice

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by Jill Shalvis
 

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Escape with this sensual, reader-favorite book from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis!

Cassie Tremaine Montgomery: the stunning lingerie model with a tough-as-nails attitude and a sheriff in her sights. Sean "Tag" Taggart: the sexy-as-sin sheriff who is more than willing to play Cassie’s game…his way. Cassie intends to

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Escape with this sensual, reader-favorite book from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis!

Cassie Tremaine Montgomery: the stunning lingerie model with a tough-as-nails attitude and a sheriff in her sights. Sean "Tag" Taggart: the sexy-as-sin sheriff who is more than willing to play Cassie’s game…his way. Cassie intends to use all the seductive powers she has to entice Tag as part of her revenge on her hometown. Tag, however, isn’t cooperating. He’s more than willing to set the sheets on fire with her, but he’s asking for more than just sizzling sex… He knows she’s not as tough as she pretends. And he knows she cares about him—even if she won’t admit it. That’s fine. He’ll just turn up the heat until she concedes there’s more between them than this red-hot passion.

Originally published in 2002.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460399477
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/18/2016
Series:
Bare Essentials
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
24,872
File size:
456 KB

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jill Shalvis is the award winning author of over three dozen romance novels.  Visit www.jillshalvis.com for a complete book list and a daily blog chronicling her I-Love-Lucy attempts at having it all; the writing, the kids, a life ...

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Naughty But Nice (Bare Essentials) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Being the daughter of the Pleasantville slut, everyone assumes Cassie Tremaine Montgomery is a chip off the old block actively going down to whoever wants it. It is not surprising that her prom night date disrespects her, seeking sex that Cassie rejects. She needs help to conol him, but even Sheriff Richard Taggart tries to score with the seventeen-year-old. Over the next decade, Cassie becomes an internationally famous model. She returns to the unpleasant memories of Pleasantville to flaunt hr success at those who mistreated her and to hide from a stalker. Sheriff Sean Taggart, son of the pig who accosted her on prom night, stops Cassie on a driving violation when she first speeds into town. He finds he desires Cassie, and senses a vulnerability and hurt beneath her disagreeable armor. Cassie opens a shop filled with sexual toys as a stub your nose venture at all those whom rejected her as trailer trash, making her even less ideal to become Sean¿s spouse. So why does he only dream of wakening up to breakfast in bed with Cassie? NAUGHTY BUT NICE is an engaging contemporary romance that provides the audience with a wonderful heroine struggling with more demons than Dante could have ever described. Sean is a wonderful law enforcement official struggling with the conflicting desires of his personal life. An unnecessary stalking subplot adds suspense, but this tale belongs to the sexual tension between the lead protagonists that is so palpable in and out of her shop that it carries the novel without extra help. Readers will also want to read the companion novel, Naturally Naughty, starring Cassie¿s cousin. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## This book was tremendous. After I read "Naturally Naughty" by Leslie Kelly (which I absolutely treasured), I searched for the cousin's story and was pleasantly surprised that it was written by Jill Shalvis, another favorite author. She wrote a terrific story which intertwined with Leslie's story. I love how she portrayed the heroine. She could've easily been seen as a witch but the way Jill developed her character was brilliant. She was beautiful with a tough exterior, but really just wanted to be loved. And the Sheriff? Yum. Nice job ladies. Both books highly recommended.
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scouty54 More than 1 year ago
I love Jill Shalvis's books. Since I recently read her latest "Animal Attraction" and loved it of course, I wanted to read some of her earlier works. Earlier than then the "Instant Attanction" series (read those too). This book, Naughty but Nice, had a decent rating on some of the romance book review websites. I liked this book lots because it was "hot" uh-huh, and I could see the author's future greatness. There was humor in this book, but it felt like the author was keeping it underwraps. Nonetheless, I really liked Tag, the sheriff. He definitely is a keeper-Alpha Man. Didn't quite like Cassie, but I understood the past that made her the way she was and how she had to learn to let people in. But it really was a very good read and I recommend it.
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