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Sex Drive
     

Sex Drive

3.7 20
by Susan Lyons
 

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Baby, Let's Go

When Dr. Theresa Fallon meets a long, lean stranger in business class, she's suddenly ready for anything. There's something about Damien Black that makes her want to surrender immediately. . .. Which is why she accepts Damien's spontaneous offer of a sizzling getaway. All in the name of research, of course. And once the pretty professor

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Baby, Let's Go

When Dr. Theresa Fallon meets a long, lean stranger in business class, she's suddenly ready for anything. There's something about Damien Black that makes her want to surrender immediately. . .. Which is why she accepts Damien's spontaneous offer of a sizzling getaway. All in the name of research, of course. And once the pretty professor slips between the sheets with this hard-bodied man of mystery, she discovers the meaning of the term erotic pleasure. . .

Praise for Susan Lyons and her novels. . .

"Full of delicious sensuality. . .hard to put down." --Romantic Times on She's On Top, four and half star review

"Hot in Here is a fantastic tale that goes from a spark to an inferno. . .very spicy." --Coffee Time Romance

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780758250124
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
12/01/2009
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
386,728
File size:
508 KB

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Meet the Author

Award-winning, international best-selling author Susan Fox (who also writes as Savanna Fox and Susan Lyons) is a Pacific Northwester with homes in Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia. She has degrees in law and psychology, and has had a variety of careers, including perennial student, computer consultant, and legal editor. Fiction writer is by far her favorite, giving her an outlet to demonstrate her belief in the power of love, friendship, and a sense of humor. Visit her website at www.susanfox.ca.

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Sex Drive 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
SteveGA More than 1 year ago
This is a very good book with an unfortunate name. Although there are a lot of erotic scenes, at least for me that was not the most interesting thing about this book. The title has a clear connotation that this is a sex book. I would call it an interesting character study of two people who happen to like sex a lot. I guess the title was intended to sell books. Anyway, I enjoyed reading it.
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Angelwriter111 More than 1 year ago
All in all it was a pretty good book but I was a little disappointed by it. I thought it was going to be really really hot.Lora Leigh writes hotter sex scenes. Still it wasn't a bad book and the sex scenes that it had were good but it just wasn't as hot as I thought it would be.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
On a flight from Australia to Canada, University of Sydney professor Dr. Theresa Fallon and author Damien Black share a row in the business class section. They are instantly attracted to one another although neither knows why. They still want one another even after introductions as she ripped his last novel. Damien asks Theresa to join him on a getaway. She shocks both of them when she accepts his sexy invitation though she convinces herself this is research. They share the erotic and the intellectual with great pleasure and delight in both until her family intrudes with rage and the media feeding frenzy threatens both their careers. The conflict in this fun entertaining mile high contemporary romance is how she sees his books as shallow crap, which when he recognizes who she is, a literary academic snob, is intrigued by her. Although the plot is as thin as the air the plane crosses through on the way to Vancouver, fans will enjoy this fun tale of the literary snob and the novelist falling in love over the Pacific. Harriet Klausner