From the back of the book:
They are intriguing strangers we pass on the street – men who do whatever it takes to keep us safe from the evils of the world. Mysterious and untamable, they hold honor, strength, and courage close to their well-guarded hearts. But no matter how much their jobs require them to lay aside their personal lives, they can’t deny that when their facades and clothers are stripped off, they have burning needs like any other man…
In SHERRILYN KENYON’s “BAD to the Bone, ” teacher Marianne Webernec wins the “Hideaway Heroine Sweepstakes” and a chance to pretend to be the heroine in her favorite romance novel. Whisked away to a remote tropical island, Marianne’s fantasies become real when BAD (Bureau of American Defense) agent Kyle Foster kidnaps her. Together they uncover Marianne’s every desire, and Kyle’s secret fantasy, too.
In LIZ CARLYLE’s “Let’s Talk About Sex,” Dr. Delia Sydney dishes out perfectly sound sex advice on the radio. So how is it that this slightly repressed divorcee is so easily seduced by her bad-boy neighbor? And just what is it about Nick Woodruff, a smooth-talking sergeant on a forced “vacation,” that makes Delia feel she’ll do anything – anything – when she’s with him?
Things get even hotter in NICOLE CAMDEN’s “The Nekkid Truth” when crime scene photographer Debbie Valley works more closely than every with the dective who has fascinated her for years. After a harrowing accident Devvie finds her life forever changed when she loses the ability to recognize faces. She is forced to identify people by their bodies and soon finds that the wonders of Detective Marshall Scott’s body never cease…and that he needs her unique gift to help catch a killer.
This is a great anthology. All three stories are sexy and fun. I really enjoyed Nicole Camden’s “The Nekkid Truth”, the idea that Debbie cannot remember faces, even her own, sets up some interesting moments between her and Marshall. All three of these authors were knew to me. I’m looking forward to reading more by each of them.
For those of you that have read something by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Liz Carlyle, or Nicole Camden, what is your favorite book by that author?