Pure Sex

Pure Sex

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by Lucinda Betts, Sasha White, Bonnie Edwards
     
 
Is that a furious runaway bride marching down the beach? Caribbean charter captain Jared McKay to the rescue. She's ready to pitch her wedding shoes overboard and sail away. Aye aye. Whatever the lady wants. Hey, was that a garter flying by? And wait a minute--a white lace thong just hit the deck. His wildest dreams are about to come true...

Overview

Is that a furious runaway bride marching down the beach? Caribbean charter captain Jared McKay to the rescue. She's ready to pitch her wedding shoes overboard and sail away. Aye aye. Whatever the lady wants. Hey, was that a garter flying by? And wait a minute--a white lace thong just hit the deck. His wildest dreams are about to come true...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780758214669
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
07/28/2006
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.22(h) x 0.76(d)

Meet the Author

Sassy women and sexy men are what Canadian author Sasha White's stories are all about. After fifteen years as a bartender she's decided the stories in her head needed to be put down for other people to enjoy as well. Gifted with a salacious imagination, Sasha has over a dozen erotic stories published in print or electronically, with many more to come.

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Pure Sex 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read! Only thing that bothers me is the incorrect terminology...a kitchen area in a cabin of a boat is called a galley. A bathroom in a boat is called a head.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have heard so many good things about this book and only read a teaser that I'm getting it ASAP. The title may fool you but all three stories have a plot to follow and enough heat for you to need cold water!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is hot enough to come with a warning on the back cover, for good reason. It sizzles from the first page to the last.***** THE BET by Lucinda Betts - Zoe Lauterbon is determined to get the promotion that is up for grabs at the investment firm she works for. She has worked impossibly hard and meets all requirements, but unfortunately, so has co-worker Phillip Kingdom. Phillip suggests a friendly bet with Zoe as to who will get the promotion ¿ his bonus to her if she is promoted versus Zoe being his sex slave for twenty-four hours should he get the promotion ¿ she agrees. The ¿good old boy¿ mentality of their company all but guarantees Phillip the win. After the two spend their twenty-four hours together, a very heated day and night, Zoe begins to think that maybe she didn¿t lose after all.***** Phillip and Zoe are well-written as competitive co-workers with an attraction to each other, but neither could have guessed just how that competition would play out when they left the office.***** SLOW HAND by Bonnie Edwards - When Teri Branton finds herself at the altar without a groom, she decides to take their pleasure cruise honeymoon by herself. When she sees Captain Jared McKay, she begins to think that this trip just might be a pleasure cruise after all, especially without her cheater of a fiancé! From the first time Jared touched her, she felt an undeniable energy between them, one that deserves a closer, thorough, hands-on investigation. When Jared first spies Teri making her way alone onto his boat, he assumes that her groom can¿t be far behind. When he discovers that she has boarded his boat intending to take the cruise alone, his interest is peaked. Once he touches her and they both feel an unmistakable ¿zing¿ he wonders about the McKay family curse. Supposedly this zing is present from the first moment you touch your one true love. Despite the obvious attraction, Jared was burned in a prior relationship and is wary of taking the chance on a romantic future with Teri.***** The romance between Teri and Jared sizzles from the beginning, and is very sweet. They are just plain nice, and so perfect for each other readers will be rooting for them to admit their true feelings for each other and take a chance on love.***** THE CRIB by Sasha White - Private Investigator Alexis ¿Lexy¿ Signorino has come back home to find a killer. A member of Lexy¿s family has been falsely accused and she is determined to prove his innocence, going undercover as a waitress in the family bar. When Devon Kaye becomes a part of that investigation, Lexy can¿t help but wonder whether their heated attraction is something that she should fear or embrace. When the real killer is exposed and Lexy learns that Devon isn¿t who she thought, she feels betrayed. Will she be able to put past hurts and heartache in the past and start living her life for herself?***** This story is written first person, typically not my first choice, but it is excellently written, with an abundance of edge and grit, not your typical ¿boy meets girl¿ romance. Although Ms. White¿s story doesn¿t have the expected ¿happily-ever-after¿ ending, there is a hint of something more between the characters and I would very much like to read more of these characters and a continuation of their story.***** This is an incredibly erotic anthology with stories ranging from sassy and sexy to down and dirty. It¿s a book you won¿t want to miss if you enjoy and appreciate sensually charged romance. COURTESY LAURIE/ROMANCE JUNKIES
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just finished PURE SEX, and it rocked. In 'The Bet,' by Lucinda Betts the flirty dialog was outstanding. In every great romance, there's that dangerous falling-in-love stage, and Betts delivers that with heart-pumping precision. I don't get to read enough of that. 'Slow Hand,' by Bonnie White is a dreamy story of unabashed romance. The author delivers on a tried-and-true theme. In 'The Crib,' by Sasha White, the sex is deliciously dirty. The heroine lives the sex life I like to imagine but would never dare. If I had to pick a favorite, I'd pick Lucinda Bett's story, but they all rock¿there isn't a disappointing story in this bunch.