Looking for a little bit of holiday magic, for a fun and playful read? Then join good girl Sara Davenport on her exhilarating roller coaster ride of a relationship with bad boy Nick Chandler. The chess pieces are tumbling, the clothes are flying and imaginary mistletoe leads to very hot kisses.
Psychologist Sara Davenport has written the ultimate book on women who canít keep their hands off bad boys, Chasing the Bad Boy. Sara is intelligent and successful. Sheís got a large fan base. To widen her readership sheís booked to appear on Nick Chandlerís radio show. Interviews with strippers, drunken escapades and hordes of female fans are what Nick Chandler stands for. Heís popular, heís good, and his show is about to be put into syndication.
Bad boys donít play fair, but good girls can play the game. Sara jumps to conclusions; Nick relishes the chase. She wants to use him for her next book; he wants to use her for his ratings. She wants him to be selfish; he lends her a shoulder to cry on. He wants her to be sassy, sexy and spontaneous. And thatís what she is.
Heís intrigued; sheís seduced. They agree on one week and no one is to find out about it. It would ruin her career and his reputation.
I love a good Temptation, and Jane Sullivan delivers another sensual keeper. The pacing is perfect, the dialogues are spot on, and the characters are wonderful. There is nothing better than a strong heroine and a hero who appreciates her. Nothing more fun than an irresistible hero and a heroine who can stand up to him. Iím a fan! Give me more; give me my own bad boy.