Wicked (Harlequin Blaze #145) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Will Sexton can't wait to run into his knockout neighbor every day as she leaves for work in her sexy dance costume. But what he'd really like is a chance to see, firsthand, what's underneath the soft material. Only, he has every reason to believe that he's not exactly Renae's type. Unfortunately, that idea only adds to the X-rated fantasies he has about her night after night....

For months Renae has been craving a wild session in the sack with the hot guy who lives downstairs. ...

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Wicked (Harlequin Blaze #145)

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Overview

Will Sexton can't wait to run into his knockout neighbor every day as she leaves for work in her sexy dance costume. But what he'd really like is a chance to see, firsthand, what's underneath the soft material. Only, he has every reason to believe that he's not exactly Renae's type. Unfortunately, that idea only adds to the X-rated fantasies he has about her night after night....

For months Renae has been craving a wild session in the sack with the hot guy who lives downstairs. So when they get together...again...and again, she thinks she's getting exactly what she needs. Insane, illicit, incredible sex--no strings attached. But she soon realizes she doesn't want to be just the woman Will has forbidden sex with. She wants to be the woman he'll never, ever forget.

And she will be...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426861499
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series , #145
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 213,849
  • File size: 503 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2012

    Hot sex

    Very hot book. I wish i had a regular guy to try what was written.

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  • Posted May 26, 2011

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    Hot Hot Hot

    When Megan McGowan's man, Darius "Dari" Folsom, is away on a deployment will her sexual needs make her take a risk with Daris best friend Jason Savage? Will her heart tell her to keep her distance or will she give into Reckless Pleasures? Also, will Jason help fill the void of his best friend? How could this affect their new security firm and the partnership they have built over time?

    I really enjoyed this book by Tori Carrington. I look forward to the next book in the Pleasure Seekers series. If the next is as well written and sexy hot as this one I will once again not be a disappointed.

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  • Posted February 8, 2011

    hoooot

    will and renae heat up the sheets this book is worth the money and download

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  • Posted November 19, 2008

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    Jennifer Wardrip - Personal Read

    What do you get when you mix an English-born doctor who looks like every woman's fantasy with a belly-dancing woman who wears barely-there chainmail and lives with two other sexy female roommates? In one word, something WICKED. <BR/><BR/>Will and Renae live on two very different sides of the career coin, but when it comes to physical presence, they're next-door neighbors. Will can't help but notice Renae leaving for work every day-after all, the woman dresses like something out of his hottest dreams, with her almost-an-outfit clothes, her sparkling belly-button rings, and her legs reaching to kingdom come. <BR/><BR/>Ranae herself loves to bristle the hairs of her hunky neighbor-she's been looking for some bedside manner all her own for quite some time, but unfortunately, Dr. Oh-so-handsome thinks that because she lives with a lesbian, she must be one, too. <BR/><BR/>It doesn't take long for the sparks flying between these two to light into a bonfire. But casual sex is for beginners, and neither Will nor Ranae are novices in the sexual department. With Ranae's troublesome roommates, Will's almost-relationship with an intern, and a whole lot of flash-fire hormones raging around, these two aren't sure that what they've managed to ignite is a fire that can last. <BR/><BR/>Tori Carrington has once again delved outside the traditional romance lines, creating a story that's hot enough to singe the pages, and yet touching enough to make you want to root for this unlikely couple. Will's English upbringing brings an unmistakable charm to the story, and Ranae's forced casualness with the fact of falling in love, let you know that the story is oh-so-real. <BR/><BR/>A quick, hot read, WICKED is definitely one story that you won't feel guilty about indulging in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

    Originally Posted on Romance Junkies

    What do you get when you mix an English-born doctor who looks like every woman's fantasy with a belly-dancing woman who wears barely-there chainmail and lives with two other sexy female roommates? In one word, something WICKED. Will and Renae live on two very different sides of the career coin, but when it comes to physical presence, they're next-door neighbors. Will can't help but notice Renae leaving for work every day-after all, the woman dresses like something out of his hottest dreams, with her almost-an-outfit clothes, her sparkling belly-button rings, and her legs reaching to kingdom come. Ranae herself loves to bristle the hairs of her hunky neighbor-she's been looking for some bedside manner all her own for quite some time, but unfortunately, Dr. Oh-so-handsome thinks that because she lives with a lesbian, she must be one, too. It doesn't take long for the sparks flying between these two to light into a bonfire. But casual sex is for beginners, and neither Will nor Ranae are novices in the sexual department. With Ranae's troublesome roommates, Will's almost-relationship with an intern, and a whole lot of flash-fire hormones raging around, these two aren't sure that what they've managed to ignite is a fire that can last. Tori Carrington has once again delved outside the traditional romance lines, creating a story that's hot enough to singe the pages, and yet touching enough to make you want to root for this unlikely couple. Will's English upbringing brings an unmistakable charm to the story, and Ranae's forced casualness with the fact of falling in love, let you know that the story is oh-so-real. A quick, hot read, WICKED is definitely one story that you won't feel guilty about indulging in.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    enjoyable torrid tongue in cheek (and elsewhere) tale

    In Ohio, ER Dr. Will Sexton feels a bit put out when his girlfriend informs him that she is a born again virgin. Adding to the British doctor¿s uneasiness is running into his neighbor Renae Truesdale whose belly dancing costume leaves little to the imagination and to the very British Dr. Sexton he can fantasize the removal of the garb. Seeing scantily clad Renae every morning is a better wake up than coffee (make that tea). Separately every evening Will and Renae visualize what a fling between them would be like.---- Renae is attracted to her sexy Brit, but he tries to keep his distance as he remains loyal to his girlfriend though that is not an easy achievement. As Will gets hornier by the page, he tires of remaining faithful to his suddenly untouchable girlfriend, he and Renae start to share an intimacy and an attraction. Renae wants a few nights to quench her desire while Will desire the return of circulation to his upper head. However, the thirst of desire keeps growing until love blossoms, but both have ¿secrets¿ that once revealed will probably end their relationship before it can go anywhere meaningful beyond the boudoir.---- Tori Carrington satirizes their own heated romances with an amusing tale that is fun because of Will. His conflict between desire and loyalty leaves him in a state of desperate disarray mindful of Harry Reems¿ terrific character Dr. Young from Deep Throat (the Lovelace movie not any of the president¿s men). Renae may not have a throaty tingle, but every night she dreams of Will tickling her tingle. Tori Carrington tickles contemporary readers with this enjoyable torrid tongue in cheek (and elsewhere) tale.---- Harriet Klausner

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