Tease Me [NOOK Book]

Overview

The "edgy and erotic" (Shannon McKenna, New York Times bestselling author of Tasting Fear) author of Tie Me Down and Full exposure offers another steamy novel of sex, lies, and sultry games.

Burned once too often, true crime writer Lacey Richards has sworn off love. Instead, she explores her deepest desires through her anonymous- and very provocative-blog. Anonymous, that ...
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Overview

The "edgy and erotic" (Shannon McKenna, New York Times bestselling author of Tasting Fear) author of Tie Me Down and Full exposure offers another steamy novel of sex, lies, and sultry games.

Burned once too often, true crime writer Lacey Richards has sworn off love. Instead, she explores her deepest desires through her anonymous- and very provocative-blog. Anonymous, that is, until her dark and ultrasexy neighbor discovers her dirty secret.

Stockbrocker-turned-carpenter Byron Hawthorne gave up life in the fast lane, hoping to start over in a new city. When he learns his alluring neighbor is the one writing the sizzling blog that keeps him up all night, he can't resist offering to fulfill her fantasies in the flesh. But Byron isn't the only man provoked by Lacey's writing. Now Lacey doesn't know who she can trust-and who she can dare to tease.




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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101186237
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/6/2010
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 13,269
  • File size: 289 KB

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  • Posted March 11, 2010

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    An entertaining erotica

    Byron Hawthorne fantasizes about the unknown author of the blog What a Girl Wants. He has no idea who she is, but wants to meet her as she has fired up his imagination.

    Writer Lacey Richards has given up on men as they cheat and lie. Instead she uses her blog What A Girl Wants to describe her desires, especially her sexual fantasies, as her release. When Byron learns his neighbor who he also has dreamed about is the blogger he has wanted to meet, he challenges Lacey to allow him the opportunity to fulfill her dreams, which he admits will begin to satiate his own fire. However, someone else has a dark interest in the author of What A Girl Wants and in Lacey's research into prostitution; that individual begins a dangerous stalking.

    This heated blogging romance with some late suspense is an entertaining erotica that will remind readers what Miss Manners has warned people: be careful with what you put out about yourself on social networks and blogs. The relationship between the neighbors is hot, hotter, and ultimately hottest to the delight of fans; while the suspense subplot adds danger (and a major reason for blogging caution) to a wonderful modern day erotica.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2012

    Holy cow

    ## Holy cow! I absolutely loved this book. It was incredibly sexy. The two main characters had tremendous chemistry. The hero Byron was oh so HOT. As was the sex! The story was good as well. My only complaint was the ending. I wish the author had given the couple a longer more satisfying HEA. But still highly recommended. (Did not like her next book though "tie me down")

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 30, 2011

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    Surprised by how REALLY good this book was!

    My Review:
    Whoa this book was really amazing! It was extremely HOT as you would expect an erotic book to be, but it also was full of suspense and really incredibly deep characters which created a wonderful romantic story line.


    Lacey and Byron live in the same apartment complex in New Orleans. Lacey is there to write an true-crime story about an infamous madame and prostitution ring. Byron moved there from NYC after deciding that he didn't need the stress any longer from his 7 figure stockbroker lifestyle. They discover each other while escaping onto their individual terraces which face each other. This initial romantic interlude when they didn't even actually come in contact with each other...OMG, it was so HOT! Whoa!!


    The sexual chemistry between these two is sizzling. There is a LOT of sex in this book, but it never gets old. Every single scene is equally hot. Who knew that you could even come up with this many different ways to set up sex in a book. Bravo, Tracy Wolff...you ROCK as an erotica writer.


    But this book is so much more. Lacey is dealing with the repercussions from an abusive relationship. It makes things difficult when dealing with a really alpha male who is worried for her life. Lots of emotion on both their parts in this book. Lacey is looking for purely a sexual relationship. She never wants to hand her emotions over to another guy while Byron knows that what they have is really something special and doesn't want to settle for anything less than everything.


    There is also the suspense story line that comes from Lacey's investigations that turn up much more than a simple prostitution ring.


    I really enjoyed this book. In fact, as soon as I finished it, I immediately ordered Tracy Wolff's other erotica novels. I like the way that she writes. Really just a purely enjoyable book all the way around!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2010

    Fabulous as Always

    I love Trace Wolff's writing style. Her characters are always flawed, yet well developed, making it easier to sink into the story. There is always a conflict, both internally and externally, that makes you keep turning the page to see what is going to happen next.

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