Serafina Luca, straitlaced Manhattan professor of erotic literature, isn't one to blush at a few raunchy words, but her experience in the bedroom is hardly best seller material. She's not sure the passion in the books she teaches is possible in real life, let alone for her. But then she meets Nick Stellato.
The construction foreman may look like a guy's guy, but he knows how to treat a woman. One look at Serafina's luscious figure, and he wants to prove it to her. One dinner date and their sizzling chemistry is undeniable. Soon, it's the professor getting a lesson or two...and Nick is a willing teacher. What surprises him is how much he enjoys the time he spends with Serafina outside the bedroom - and how easily he can imagine a future together.
Before long, Serafina is falling hard for Nick, too. But how can a timid academic with virtually no past fulfill his dreams of an adventurous future?
©2013 Lise Horton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I ping back and forth between contemporary, paranormal, historical and lusty listens but beware as this is definitely an erotica listen with lots of hot sex and a selection of four letter words. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood as unfortunately I had a few problems with this. On the plus side - there was a hunky hero who was thoughtful, caring, protective and very very sexy. There were some of his family members who were quirky and funny.
However, I just couldn't warm to the heroine - she always fought to be independent rather than being in a relationship no matter what he did for her and I didn't feel the romance was a two-way thing. She held things back from him, mentally questioned their relationship and argued unnecessarily. There was someone stalking them and vandalising their property but you knew all along who it was so there was no intrigue. Whilst the couple were having sex the constant use of the four letter 'c' word was harsh and misplaced for a couple who really liked and eventually loved each other. I suppose the title says it all Words of Lust and there were plenty of them.
Worth a credit? I probably wouldn't download another book by LH. So, for me (a Lora Leigh & Maya Banks fan) it's a No - there's better books out there in the erotica/romance genre.
Very disappointing. the actual storyline had potential but it was written soooooooooo boringly!! no chemistry between the two characters because of how it was written. Just really bad.
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