Reckless

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Overview

Something very new and kinky from 'one of the queens of erotic romance.'( Romance Junkies)

Buttoned-up collars. Comfortable routine. This is Katrina Hammond's career at a London auction house-until she's whisked off to Spain to evaluate the private collection of dark and sexy Sergio Teodoro. He's dominant, commanding, totally in control-and he sees another work of art in the exquisite Katrina-one definitely worth admiring. And possessing?

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Overview

Something very new and kinky from 'one of the queens of erotic romance.'( Romance Junkies)

Buttoned-up collars. Comfortable routine. This is Katrina Hammond's career at a London auction house-until she's whisked off to Spain to evaluate the private collection of dark and sexy Sergio Teodoro. He's dominant, commanding, totally in control-and he sees another work of art in the exquisite Katrina-one definitely worth admiring. And possessing?

But another surprise awaits Katrina in the shadows of the impressive Teodoro villa. It's Sergio's younger brother Nicolas, a disinherited and passionate artist whom Katrina finds equally irresistible. And she's more than willing to risk a little sibling rivalry. But there may be more to Sergio and Nicolas's erotic games than Katrina imagined. Something dark, dangerous, and reckless.

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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

  • ISBN-13: 9781615515257
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 7/1/2008
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Saskia Walker writes full time.
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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

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    It was good

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

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