Some Like It Wicked

Some Like It Wicked

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by Lauren Hawkeye
     
 

Witch Aria Prescott has never forgotten the one man who accepted her just as she is: Declan Steele. Nor has she completely forgiven the vampire for ending things between them without explanation. But when Declan turns up back in town, Aria can't deny she lusts after him—and his new lover, sexy werewolf shifter Adam Patel.

When the two alphas

Overview

Witch Aria Prescott has never forgotten the one man who accepted her just as she is: Declan Steele. Nor has she completely forgiven the vampire for ending things between them without explanation. But when Declan turns up back in town, Aria can't deny she lusts after him—and his new lover, sexy werewolf shifter Adam Patel.

When the two alphas invite her to join them for the night, Aria gives in to the temptation of a no-strings erotic adventure. After all, she wouldn't be foolish enough to fall for Declan all over again, not when he belongs to another…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460319277
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
09/01/2013
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
602,741
File size:
128 KB

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Meet the Author

Lauren Hawkeye is a writer, yoga newbie, knitting aficionado and animal lover who lives in the shadows of the great Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. She's older than she looks--really--and younger than she feels--most of the time--and she loves to explore the journeys that take women through life in her stories. Hawkeye's stories include erotic historical, steamy paranormal, and hot contemporary.

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Some Like It Wicked 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
a bit disappointed that it's a short story but still an interesting one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Hawkeye's "My Wicked Gladiators", so I decided to give "Some Like It Wicked" a chance. While it was enjoyable, it was also flawed. There was very little characterization; I had no idea as to *why* Adam and Declan fell in love. Nor was any background offered (eg, how was Declan turned? Was Adam born a werewolf, like Aria was born a witch?). The sex scenes were hot and sensuous, but were also confusing; more than once, I had to reorient the characters in my head because the positions didn't make any sense. I hope Hawkeye gets the chance to revisit these characters in a longer work; one focused on sisters Aria and Lorelai would be great. -- lyradora