The V-Spot

The V-Spot

by Wendy S. Marcus

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Overview

How hot is your night going to get? Take the quiz and find out!

1. You're a curvy, cute and practical nurse, ready to unleash your inner naughty nymphette for your 25th birthday. You start with…

a. Chocolate cake.

b. Champagne. Lots of it.

c. A blind date set up by your daring best friend.

2. Your guy turns out to be popular (and insanely hot) wrestler Brody “The Bull” Bullock. You…

a. Run for the door.

b. Admire his hotness, then run for the door.

c. Imagine him naked.

3. You're meeting Brody at V–Spot, a “Voyeur Motel.” What are you wearing?

a. A cute sundress with wedge sandals

b. You're not going anywhere without Spanx

c. Doesn't matter. Brody is sexy enough that it's all coming off!

If you selected all of the above, you're in for the night of your life…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460339596
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/08/2014
Series: Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 691,389
File size: 200 KB

About the Author

Wendy S. Marcus is an award-winning author of hot contemporary romance. To learn more about Wendy or her books visit: www.WendySMarcus.com.

Customer Reviews

The V-Spot 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
TMSNY More than 1 year ago
Wendy S. Marcus does it again. I love her books and, once again, this story did not disappoint! For a story short enough to read in one sitting, it tackles the big issue of self-image. I identified with Emma and her insecurities about weight and trust, and loved how perfect Brody was in knocking down her walls. Great story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a fun, quick, romantic read and I loved it. Wendy S. Marcus has a way with characterization that makes you root for them from the start and this book was no different. I liked that the heroine wasn't the perfect/skinny heroine types and I loved that the hero had an alternative career - who knew a wrestler could be so romanctic?!? If you're looking for great characters, strong writing and a sweet happily ever after, give this one a try.
Marcy99 More than 1 year ago
Emma is a plus size nurse. She meets wrestler Brody when he visits her pediatric patients in costume and doesn't care much for him. But Brody liked what he sees and when he hears her friend is arranging a blind date for Emma for her birthday he asks to be at the top of the list. I really enjoyed this story that has a very unique main location: a Voyeur Motel. ;) I loved that these were real characters and I couldn't help falling for Brody who just wanted Emma to see the man behind the character he played in the ring.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviews by Kim The V-Spot marks my first time reading a book from Wendy S. Marcus. I seriously LOVED the book. Hmmm. Let me count the ways. Emma Masters. Emma is a plus-sized pediatric nurse, who use to do some plus-size modeling. She’s beautiful, even if she doesn’t think she is. Emma has a wonderful personality and she’s caring. She goes above and beyond for her patients and their parents. Brody Bullock. Brody “The Bull” is a professional wrestler. For months he’s had a thing for Emma, but she refuses to give him a chance. Brody is so nice and sweet, he makes your teeth hurt. He has a reputation, but no one knows the real him. The one who’s actually smart and has a college degree. Emma’s best friend Sadie. Every girl should have a best friend like her. Sadie is also a pediatric nurse. She convinces Emma to go on a blind birthday date. In fact, it’s Sadie’s idea to choose The V-Spot as the meeting place. Chemistry. I love the chemistry between Emma and Brody. I will admit, though I shouldn’t, I was surprised by how hot this book was. I mean really, the title itself should have clued me in. The Characters. Yeah, I’ve already mentioned Emma and Brody. But, I really really like them. Emma tries her best to not let her size affect her life. She takes mean comments in stride. Brody is all kinds of protective. He doesn’t care about Emma’s size. To him, what’s important is the person on the inside. I didn’t want the story to end. My only complaint is that there wasn’t an epilogue. **Received a copy from Harlequin in exchange for an honest unbiased review.**