Reckless [NOOK Book]

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At the age of twenty-nine London art valuation expert Katrina Hammond is evolving into a stronger, more sexual woman. When she subsequently finds herself at the center of a struggle for power and dominance between two brothers, she welcomes the darkly erotic charge the situation brings. Katrina's job is to value a collection of art objects for auction in the Catalonia villa of the Teodoro family, where Sergio Teodoro rules. Sergio is a dominant master who compels her attention. Nicolas, his younger brother - a ...

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Reckless

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Overview

At the age of twenty-nine London art valuation expert Katrina Hammond is evolving into a stronger, more sexual woman. When she subsequently finds herself at the center of a struggle for power and dominance between two brothers, she welcomes the darkly erotic charge the situation brings. Katrina's job is to value a collection of art objects for auction in the Catalonia villa of the Teodoro family, where Sergio Teodoro rules. Sergio is a dominant master who compels her attention. Nicolas, his younger brother - a disinherited artisan - also seeks her out.

One brother will win her heart, but danger awaits Katrina in the shadows of the Teodoro villa.As Katrina uncovers the subterfuge surrounding the collection, she finds that there is more to Nicolas and Sergio’s battle than meets the eye, and more to her growing allegiances than may be good for her.

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Editorial Reviews

Shiloh Walker
An author to read!
Euro Reviews
Ms. Walker's writing style fondly reminds me of Emma Holly's books at her best times.
Alison Tyler
One of the top erotic writers of the millennium.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940151671644
  • Publisher: Saskia Walker
  • Publication date: 12/16/2014
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 460,357
  • File size: 433 KB

Meet the Author

Award-winning British author Saskia Walker first dreamed of writing her own stories when she discovered a handful of romance novels stashed away in her school library. An avid reader, she lapped up the adventures and the life-affirming emotion of these stories, but always felt dismay when the bedroom door closed the reader out. She vowed that in her stories all the passion would be right there on the page.

Saskia began writing in the late 1990s. By that time she'd traveled the world, gained a B.A. in art history, an M.A. in literature and the visual arts and she'd worked in several diverse careers - but the stories in her head simply had to be written.

It is the combination of potent eroticism and strong storytelling that has become the leading characteristic of Saskia's work. Fascinated with seduction, she loves to explore how and why we get from saying "hello" to sharing our most intimate selves in moments of extreme passion. She writes across genres, often incorporating elements of history, the paranormal and the fantastic in her work. As well as many novel and novella-length publications, Saskia's work has now appeared in more than one hundred international anthologies. Her erotica has also been featured in several international magazines including Cosmo, Penthouse, Bust, and Scarlet. Her novels DOUBLE DARE and RAMPANT both won Passionate Plume awards and her writing has twice been nominated for a RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award.

Nowadays Saskia is happily settled in Yorkshire in the north of England, with her real-life hero, Mark, and a houseful of felines. 

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This hot erotic contemporary triangle is great

    Sergio Teodoro pleads with seemingly prim and proper Katrina Hammond of Pocklington Auction House to come to Catalonia, Spain to evaluate his private collection and hands her his list of items he owns. Katrina explains that her auction house limits assessments to the greater London area, but Mr. sexy and suave makes her fantasize about day and night at his luxurious country home, Torre del Castagona. He hides from her that he sees a work of art underneath her buttoned to the top of the neck garb that he wants to own.--------------- Katrina goes to Spain somewhat fearful that her fantasies will be fulfilled, but hoping to be RECKLESS with her host. However, she finds herself also attracted to Sergio's younger brother Nicolas, an artist estranged from his family. Confused as she wants both siblings each teach her their version of erotica. -------------- This hot erotic contemporary triangle works because Katrina seems real when the siblings DOUBLE DARE her to turn her fantasy desires into hot passionate KINK. Sub-genre fans and their significant other will enjoy Saskia Walker¿s hot days and nights in Spain while wondering who if either or both brothers will be with Katrina at the climax.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 9, 2010

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    Saskia Walker

    I've read a few of her books before and this one was much different that her others. She's always written well, but usually has a more erotic theme going. This book isn't erotic. If that's what you're looking for, you'll need to get your kicks somewhere else. But it is a very good book. The main character makes such a dramatic change in her attitude...but Ms. Walker kept the essence of the character the same. Very well done. It was a good story and I found myself wanting to shirk my responsibilities so I could find out what happens next. The only criticism I have is the ending was a tiny bit flat. Kind of like she was out of time and just wrapped it up to get it done by her deadline. Not bad...but could have ended better. Definitely worth reading!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    It was good

    It was a good book. Not very memorable but a decent read.

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