A Red Hot Valentine's Day

A Red Hot Valentine's Day


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Red Hot Valentine's Day 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
bella_aire More than 1 year ago
A Red Hot Valentine's Day is certainly a romantic read that will make a wonderful Valentine's Day gift. Like most books, Red Hot has both strong and weak parts. It's weak part for me was the unfortunately placed first story of this anthology. The opener to this book was Lacy Dane's Torn Desires, which I found disheartening. The characters were very close to being completely undeveloped, and the word choice was very odd. Perhaps this story will suit other people's tastes better, but it was certainly not for me. When I started reading Get There by Megan Hart, I was very relieved. Get There is a much stronger story. The correspondence between Edie and Ty is of good quality, and the tale itself is very cute and sweet. At this point, readers may begin to suspect that this is an anthology where the stories get better and better throughout. BANG! Hell is Where the Heart Is is like a bolt of electricity. This story is chock full of passion. Plus, it includes characters from an actual series that Jackie Kessler writes, so if you like this story, there is more where that came from. I really liked this particular story. It easily captured my interest. I will be keeping a look out for Kessler's work in the future. After reading By Valentine's Day, readers' earlier suspicion about a "better and better" theory will be confirmed. Jess Michaels' charming story is a perfect way to wrap up this love-themed anthology. It has the best story line of the four stories and is a delightful mix of adorable and sizzling. Colin, the "irresistible rake" of this story, is one of my favorite romantic heroes from recent reading. What most impressed me, though, is the history Michaels painted. Creating a good, strong history between characters in a short story is an admirable feat. I truly loved By Valentine's Day, and can't wait to read more from this author. So, the moral of this story? Do not be daunted by the beginning of A Red Hot Valentine's Day. The rest of the anthology more than makes up for it. As the cover claims, this book really is "better than a box of chocolates". And speaking of this cover.isn't it fabulous? Always, ~bella aire~ This is a NSCG review. http://not-so-cg.blogspot.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Torn Desires and By Valentines is worth the purchase. Highly recommend.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
"Torn Desires" by Lacey Danes. Widow Sophia enjoys having two hunks in her life while wondering if choosing one over the other will be enough to satiate her appetite.

¿Get There¿ by Megan Hart. Edie and Ty are lovers though their relationship is long distance; each dreams of their next in person reunion on Valentine¿s Day as they ponder how they will arrive at the tryst site and what they plan to do with their beloved.

"Hell Is Where the Heart Is" by Jackie Kessler. The two demons need time away from their jobs of enticing mortals so they take deserved vacation nights to enjoy sex the way it is meant to be, demon heated.

"By Valentine's Day" by Jess Michaels. The rake has until Valentine¿s Day to persuade Charlotte that he loves her, but she is marrying someone else in one week; his plan to win her heart is to love her with a passion from the core of his soul.

These are four well written erotic romantic novellas that range from historical to fantasy to contemporary, but share the title of A RED HOT VALENTINE¿S DAY collection. Fan who relish their sweets served differently will want to read this heated holiday anthology.

Harriet Klausner
Beverly_Romance_Books More than 1 year ago
Nothing is so special, except chocolates, flowers and/or diamonds :) for this romantic holiday than a good sensual erotic Valentine romance anthology to read¿.and this is a good one!

In Lacy Dane¿s Torn Desires, a beautiful widow, Sophia, who is the lover of the handsome Lord Quinton and happens to live in a cottage near his estate, discovers he has written a special woman friend to pick a proper lady wife who will not only fit into his title but his desires in the bedroom, and she is livid. But then Lord Quinton¿s friend Miss Anne Cathcort just happens to bring her lover Alistair Taylor, the third son of the Marquis of Lanktor who is immediately drawn to Sophia¿s sensuality and passion. Soon Sophia finds herself in a ¿pick and choose¿ between the two superb lovers. Who will fulfill her desires and eventually her heart? This is one sexy story that keeps the reader entertained and wondering until the end.

Megan Hart¿s Get There, is one sexy long distance contemporary relationship with sexy and passionate emails, text messages, and phone calls between Edie and Ty as they prepare to finally be together and hopefully pack up and move their careers and homes to be together before Valentine¿s Day. The sensual fantasies Edie and Ty create are fun and the story leaves the reader patiently waiting to see if these two passionate lovers can make the Valentine¿s Day deadline to create a loving and sensual future.

Valentine¿s Day wouldn¿t be fun without a sensual paranormal romance in this anthology and Jackie Kessler hits a high score with her tale of one cuddly incubus and an oversexed succubus, in Hell Is Where the Heart Is. Daunuan and Jezebel have longed for each other throughout the Abyss and finally get a chance to be together, even if they have to take time out to join with a few humans along the way. The story is creative with short sensual and erotic subchapters that move back and forth from Daunuan¿s and Jezebel¿s thoughts, feelings and specialized sexual desires. Those who love to eat up a good paranormal will love this sensual underworld Valentine story.

By Valentine¿s Day by Jess Michaels is the real treat of this anthology and is worth purchasing this book just for the opportunity to read an excellent erotic story from one of the best erotic romance authors. This writer¿s specialty, the Regency Romance, pulls the heartstrings as two long time friends the beautiful Charlotte and handsome Colin, face the reality that they have loved each other for as long as they can remember. But Charlotte is to marry again. Will Colin be able to face his love this time and tell Charlotte in order to stop her wedding decision in time? Can he convince Charlotte that his reputation as a rake has been to avoid his true feelings of passion and desire for her? She is to make her decision to marry another by Valentine¿s Day. Will Colin prove himself by that special date of romance, or will his plan of seducing Charlotte backfire? ~ Beverly Meiner, Beverly Romance Books