Sister-of-the-groom Bonnie Campbell is certainly no groupie. But when famous, drop-dead-hottie action star Drew Ericson films his latest flick at the wedding inn, she turns into his naughtiest fan…
Jazz Wilkes is rough, tough and totally in touch with her sexual appetite. No man can withstand her desires…except proper yet wildly sexy Blake Marshall! He’ll give her a night to remember… but only if she’ll give him the rest of her life!
Passion? Abby Bauer wants some! Her fiance, Keith, just doesn’t make her toes tingle. But the dashing masked man at the reception sure does…
|Title:||Another Wild Wedding Night|
|Category / Genre(s):||Harlequin / Mills & Boon (Blaze)|
Marriage in Trouble (Engagement, really)
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|Release Date:||15th November, 2011|
Three perfect, sexy stories
In Kelly’s Play with Me, we got the story of how Amanda and Reese met and fell in love. With this book, we once again meet up with Amanda and Reese – this time at their wedding – where we get three stories about people attending their wedding and finding their own happily ever afters. You don’t need to have read Play with Me to enjoy and understand this anthology as I don’t remember any of the couples even appearing in that book.
Bonnie Campbell is sick fed up with always being a good girl and even more so now that she realises everyone thinks of her as practically a virgin. So she’s determined to make the most of the wedding reception and all the hot men. But first she has to tell off hot movie superstar, Drew Erikson, who has managed to snag the honeymoon suite out from under the newly married couple.
This was a sweet and surprisingly believable story that I really enjoyed. Both Bonnie and Drew were likeable and non-stereotypical characters and I liked their happy ending.
Jocelyn “Jazz” Wilkes had never been shy and had left a string of broken hearts in her wake. But her colleague, Blake Marshall, didn’t seem to be the same type as her normal guy. So why is he always in her thoughts? And why does he make her want to give up her single life and settle down? With him.
This was another great story that just oozed with chemistry between the main characters. I liked the fact that the characters had been dancing around each other for weeks and the wedding was the culmination of their feelings – even if they don’t want to admit them to each other!
All Abby Bauer wants is a man who she can have a passionate relationship with. Unfortunately for her, despite how much she loves him, it seems that that man is not Keith Manning – her fiancé. Keith is astounded when Abby dumps him but he’s determined not to let her get away and is determined to prove he’s man enough for her.
I adored this story. It was a mixture of sweet and sexy with enough emotion packed in to make it really enjoyable. For me, I could have read this story over and over and never got bored. In fact, since reading this story the first time, I’ve gone back many a time to re-read this little gem.
Kelly did a similar thing with her books Overexposed and One Wild Wedding Night, where we get a large story and then three associated ones. And it works just as well second time round. If you’re looking for short, sexy snippets then I would recommend this as the perfect example of Blaze romance and a book I really enjoyed. 5 stars.
New York Times Bestselling author, Leslie Kelly writes sexy romances and dark romantic thrillers. A four-time RWA RITA Award nominee, eleven-time Romantic Times Award nominee and 2006 RT Award winner, Leslie has become known for her delightful characters, sparkling dialogue, and outrageous humor in her romances, and for the dark grittiness of her thrillers. Since the publication of her first book in 1999, Leslie has gone on to pen more than forty sassy, sexy romances for Harlequin Temptation, Blaze, and HQN.
In 2009, Leslie began tapping into her love for dark suspense by penning several books under the pseudonym Leslie Parrish. The Black CATs and Extrasensory Agents series quickly put Leslie on the must-read list of romantic-suspense fans.
Leslie lives in New Mexico with her husband Bruce–her real-life romance hero–and two spoiled-rotten dogs.