SOMETHING WILDE
by Janelle Denison

November 2002
ISBN: 0-758-20417-5
Reviewer Graphic Button Brava
Trade Paperback
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Jill Richardson is working temporarily as a creative director for a major advertising firm in order to bring in a big campaign. She's pulling long hours working beside Eric Wilde and she is not about to let her fantasies about him interfere with her temporary job. She had let pleasure mix with business once before and had gotten burned and she vowed to never let it happen again, no matter how she fantasized about Eric.


Eric Wilde was known as the love Ďem and leave Ďem type of man. He doesnít like or want attachments, he has seen his brothers love life fail miserably. But that changes when Jill starts working with him on a campaign. He decides he needs to make a move before she leaves the firm. He makes the move and she turns him down flat after a sizzling, gasping-for-breath kiss.


Eric offers Jill a deal that she canít refuse, lovers by night and co-workers by day. The night is full of desire with both trying things they have wanted to try before but havenít and things that they have. Eric gives Jill a gift that you'll never forget after reading how he uses that gift. It shocked even me.


Janelle Denison has done it once again with Something Wilde - if you have a weak heart this story is not for you. But if you like variety in every thing you do then pick this one up. Something Wilde is part of the I Brake For Bad Boys anthology. If the other stories are as hot and steamy as Something Wilde you will need to wear flame retardant gloves in order to read the book. If you donít, your fingers will be singed by the time you finish Something Wilde.


Something Wilde is the first in the trilogy of Wilde men. Keep a look out for Ericís brothers to make an appearance in the upcoming Brava single title and anothology. If the other two Wilde brothers are anything like Eric be prepared for one wild and tempting ride filled with hot, steamy, and tension filled sex.


Reviewed in October 2002 by Pam.

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