When best friends Becca Mercer and Turner McCloud go to a hypnotherapist, they expect to be cured of their smoking habit. Clearly the treatment hasn't worked, because they're both still smoking. Oh, and now they're having sex. Lots and lots of sex. And it's definitely changing things between them.
Lovers come and go, but friends? Is Becca ready to sacrifice her best bud for the sake of a little, okay, a lot, of seductive satisfaction? And yet, how can she possibly resist such an indecently sensual suggestion?
Can men and women have sex and still be friends?
©2005 Elizabeth Bevarly; (P)2005 Audible, Inc.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
This book is great. I really enjoyed it! It includes a clever and witty writing style, a great storyline with amusing plot twists, and two very endearing, sexy lead characters. This story is “spicy”, meaning the sex scenes are a bit explicit. It borderlines on being erotica, but with a great story plot that ends with a very romantic happily ever after. The narrator is great. She reads the book perfectly. Highly recommended to anyone who loves spicy romance. It’s one of the best in this genre.
Lover of ideas who feels no guilt at all about her pleasures.
I really loved the premise of this book and the characters were fun to spend time with so I highly recommend it. It's true the middle portion of the story is essentially one long sex binge, but since that's the theme of the book - red light, red light, red light GREEN - I thought it was fun! I also found the male lead quite charming and likeable which made the book's conclusion all the more satisfying.
If you're intrigued by the story line, you'll enjoy the book.
This seemed to move slow in this story. A shorter faster moving story might be bettter
Yes she is a good reader
Yes, I may someday listen again.
I really liked the story, but the author is so repetitive when she is explaining some things. It gets to the point in which it just annoyed the crap out of me! I read this from another reviewer and did not understand until I listened to it. I felt like yelling out,
The story was good so I guess yes-maybe it was just one bad one with the whole repetitive adjective thing.
She could do her male/female voices better. But overall, she is not bad. She has a pleasant voice.
The storyline was cute and it was a cute idea.
The repetitive adjective thing has to stop! It takes away from anyone enjoying the story.
I can't even finish this book the writing is absolutely cliche and elementary at best. The writer's use of "like" "umm" and the overuse of moronic similes, ex. "ummm his lower lip, wanted to ummm suck umm his lower lip" over and over and over is just ridiculous. I thought it was a fun and could be spicy read but I can't get through the bad writing and the reading. Buyer Beware - sorry I can't give it Zero Stars.
Lust, sexy, interesting
I loved the book and the details were a bit much but not too much to make me want to stop listening.
She did really good in reading and helping me to understand the character emotions.
I felt Alyson should have used more expression throughout the book.
I couldn't wait to see what happened next every time i had to pause it.
Two great friends with one common addiction that soon changes to another sexy addiction.
Loved it! Adorable characters and great romance.
I was disappointed in this one. The story was weakly developed and there were too many sex scenes. The sex scenes were repetitive so they were ultimately boring. I began to fast forward through them so I could at least find out how the book ended.
I did like the twist of her being hypnotized and the fact it makes her show her feeling for him that she has always had. The thing I liked the least is how they beat around the bush about how much the truly cared for each other...
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