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Sensual Secrets [NOOK Book]

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Amelia Edwards needs to get a life?a sex life to be exact! She's living in the Big Apple where she's supposed to be meeting all kinds of single, gorgeous men. Instead she's spending too much time holed up at the cybercaf? writing about her fantasies?instead of living them out! But that's about to change....

Jay Wagner has been looking for a sexy woman like Amelia. And when he accidently reads her online sensual secrets, he knows she's the one for him. Through scanning her ...

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Overview


Amelia Edwards needs to get a life—a sex life to be exact! She's living in the Big Apple where she's supposed to be meeting all kinds of single, gorgeous men. Instead she's spending too much time holed up at the cybercafé writing about her fantasies—instead of living them out! But that's about to change....

Jay Wagner has been looking for a sexy woman like Amelia. And when he accidently reads her online sensual secrets, he knows she's the one for him. Through scanning her entries, he learns exactly how to touch her body and what words will make her scream in delight. It's the perfect fantasy relationship. Until reality intrudes...and Amelia discovers he's been snooping.

Jay seduced her body. Can he now seduce Amelia's heart...?


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426882395
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/24/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series , #34
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 614,788
  • File size: 591 KB

Meet the Author




Award-winning author and screenwriter Jo Leigh began her career in 1975 as a reader in the Comedy Development department for 20th-Century Fox. She left Fox in 1977 to go on location with The Deer Hunter. She then worked as an auditor, associate producer, and producer on such projects as When She Says No for CBS, Beulah Land for NBC, Great American Traffic Jam for NBC and Clan of the Cave Bear for Jozak Productions. In 1987 she became head of development for the McCarron Film Corp., overseeing a roster of 12 feature films.

As a screenwriter, she's had a series idea purchased by Cinemax, and has worked as a script consultant on more than 50 screenplays. Currently, her screenplay Apache Tears is in development with Northern Lights Productions in Canada.

Jo also teaches writing in two-day workshops across the country, and is a frequent guest speaker at writing conferences. Her tape on Advanced Plotting from the Dallas Romance Writers of America conference is the bestselling tape in RWA's history.

Her first Silhouette novel, Suspect, was awarded Best First Series Book by Romantic Times Magazine, garnered the 1994 Romance Writer of the Year award from Pike's Peak RWA, and was a finalist for Best Romantic Suspense Novel of 1994 by Romance Writers of America.

Her first Temptation novel, One Wicked Night, was a finalist for Best Short Contemporary Novel of 1998 by Romance Writers of America.

She also ghostwrote Great Big Beautiful Doll--; The Anna Nicole Smith Story for Barricade Books.

Jo currently writes for Harlequin American, Harlequin Temptation, Harlequin Intrigue, and Harlequin special series. She lives in Nevada with her three enormous cats, Zeke, Coco, and Molly. You can reach her at her website: www.joleigh.com
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  • Posted July 19, 2011

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    Good - but not my favorite Jo Leigh book

    I've enjoyed reading Jo Leigh's books before but this one was just "OK." I liked the idea of the story but the story was a bit slow-building for my taste. I liked the characters but when they finally got together is just wasn't very hot and steamy, at least not what I expect from the Blaze series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2002

    entertaining contemporary romance

    Near New York University, reticent library worker Amelia Edwards dreams of making love with Mr. Sexy, Jay Wagner. However, she knows this is an unrequited fantasy that will never happen in reality because the hot Jay will never look twice at a wallflower like Amelia. <P>Jay learns that Amelia is a frequent contributor to TrueConfessions.com under the alias, Good Girl. He looks up Amelia¿s public confession only to be shocked to see a ¿Jessica Rabbit¿ inside her geriatric ¿Minnie Mouse¿ look. Even more stunning is to realize he is her fantasy male. Taking advantage of his knowledge, Jay begins a sexual and sensual assault that leaves Amelia reeling and both of them in love. However what will happen to their relationship when she realizes he has accessed Good Girl¿s entries on TrueConfessions.com? <P>SENSUAL SECRETS is an entertaining contemporary romance that is filled with cyber heat as well as the normal blaze between the two lead characters expected of this imprint. The story line is torrid though why the crippling shy Amelia places her soul on the net, though explained at the climax, seems a stretch. Still Amelia¿s deliberating shyness makes her a memorable protagonist whom readers will either pity or adoringly encourage. Jo Leigh furbishes a tale that grips the hearts of her audience due to Amelia. <P>Harriet Klausner

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