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Genre: Interracial

SORRY…WRONG NUMBER by Jamallah Bergman

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SORRY…WRONG NUMBER by Jamallah BergmanSorry...Wrong Number by Jamallah Bergman
Series: Wrong Number #1
Published by Secret Cravings Publishing Genres: Erotic, Interracial
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

Marcie Reynolds never knew that an incorrect number phone call could impact her life with such pleasure.  One minute she is leading very dull, non-existing lifestyle comprise of exhausting long work hours and much needed sleep; then, in the next instant, she is caught up in a very naughty love affair with a stranger over the phone.

 

Jonathan Sutton is positive that he had dialed the correct number; however, after a second try he gets the same sexy, sultry voice telling him that he has the wrong number; it was well worth it to hear her voice once again.  Without hesitation Jonathan draws her into simple conversation and things quickly heat up from there to the point where desire is the star of their countless phone exchanges.

 

If you are in need of highly sexual play novella that will have you squirming around in your seat with a couple who has yet to meet; but, are leading a very heated love affair then Jamallah Bergman’s novella is just what the doctor ordered.

 

Unfortunately for me, Sorry…Wrong Number leaves a lot to be desired.  While, the sexual foreplay is very passionate and lustful in nature; the interaction between Marcie and Jonathan lacks a strong emotional connection, especially when a third person is introduced into their sexual relationship.  It was just hard for me to wrap my mind around this act itself and I am huge fan of ménage a trois storylines.  I just could not see an emotionally connected couple handling the situation the way it was handled.  Nevertheless, I was able to complete Sorry…Wrong Number once I got pass my personal issue with the storyline itself.  Although, the couple does have a happily-ever-after, I felt the overall plot was all about the hook up stage and nothing more.

ME AND MRS. JONES by Marie Rochelle

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ME AND MRS. JONES by Marie RochelleMe and Mrs. Jones by Marie Rochelle
Published by Phaze Books on 2012-05
Genres: Erotica, Interracial
Pages: 200
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

It has been years since she divorced her ex-husband; but, Renee Jones still has not found the nerve to jump back into another relationship with any man.  She is very content with dedicating all of her time making her art gallery a success.  That is until she meets the very gifted artist Travis Cole.  Instantly attracted to Travis; Renee knows that nothing good could come out of mixing business with pleasure.  And, if that is not enough to contend with, Travis is thirteen years her junior.

 

Travis Cole knows a good thing when he sees it and Renee Jones is the perfect woman for him.  Now, all he needs to do is to convince her of that fact.  No matter how many obstacles Renee tries to throw up as roadblocks, such as their age difference or maintaining a business relationship only, Travis is up for the challenge.  But, when a crazed, delusional person from Renee’s past is determined to destroy everything that she holds dear to her heart, will Travis be able to keep his woman out of harm’s way before it is too late?

 

Okay, I will admit it – I love the title of this book, Me and Mrs. Jones.  As soon as I saw it, the oldie soul song by Billy Paul popped into my head.  “Me and Mrs. Jones, we got a thing going on.  We both know that it’s wrong.  But it’s much too strong to let it cool down now”.  The last line undoubtedly holds true for both Renee and Travis because love and desire refuses to be denied for either of them.  Neither age difference nor a demented fellow from the past could keep this couple apart.  Travis is such a compassionate man and he stole my heart right along with Renee.  The romance between Renee and Travis is both sweet and scorching hot.  Marie Rochelle’s, Me and Mrs. Jones is one tale not to be missed!

PROTECTIVE HEAT by Tami Vinson

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PROTECTIVE HEAT by Tami VinsonProtective Heat by Tami Vinson
Series: Heat #2
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Self Published on 2012-12-12
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Interracial
Pages: 168
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

All is not what it seems...Beautiful actress Vivaca Carlton had everything she'd ever thought she wanted. Her talent had acquired her enough fame and fortune to leave the roots of her broken childhood behind and make her a star. But she's coming to learn that fame and fortune mean nothing without love.Hired to protect the actress, Quinn Thomas is prepared to be professional and get the job done despite his past distrust of women in the industry. But when he sets his eyes on Vivaca, he knows that guarding her body will be anything but professional. From sizzling to burning hot, they will both break the bonds of their pasts to claim a love that is worth protecting.

Actress Vivaca Carlton thinks the threats made against her life are meaningless and due to an overzealous fan. Yet, her agent sees things differently and hires a personal body guard.  Unhappy at first with a bodyguard shadowing her every step, Vivaca is glad have Quinn Thomas around as her protective safeguard when the threats towards her take a turn down a deadly path.

 

Security expert, Quinn Thomas is determined to successfully complete the assignment he is hired to do regardless of the fact that it lands him smack in the middle of a situation that he has avoided for a number of years – celebrity limelight.  One look at his new client, Vivaca Carlton, Quinn knows that is going to difficult to maintain a strictly professional relationship between them.

 

With an obsessive, crazed fan stalking Vivaca, will Quinn be able to keep her out of harm’s way?  And, more importantly, will Quinn be able to get past his bias hiccup of women in the film industry to have a meaningful, lasting relationship with Vivaca?

 

Fans of Tami Vinson’s Protective Heat series will not be disappointed by Protective Heat.  This storyline is just as exciting as the first installment, Winter’s Heat.  The heat between Vivaca and Quinn instantly sizzles to a scorching height and does not burn out one bit.  Add in the very dangerous and deadly stalking element and you have an exciting, thrilling tale that will successfully hold your attention until the very end.  Protective Heat is book two in Ms. Vinson’s Protective Heat series and can be read as a standalone novella.

WINTER’S HEAT by Tami Vinson

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WINTER’S HEAT by Tami VinsonWinter's Heat by Tami Vinson
Series: Heat #1
Published by Self Published Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Interracial
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

Winter Jones is determined to keep her excellent paying job in order to continue sending funds to her sister to support their aunt’s medial needs.  However, life has thrown her two major curve balls that could hinder her plan.  Without discussing with her, Winter’s roommate has decided to move in with her crazy boyfriend from hell.  And to complicate matters on an even more on a personal level, Winter has been covertly lusting after her wealthy, drop-dead gorgeous boss, the one man she knows she cannot have.

For the past year, Eric Jameson has secretly been obsessing over his housekeeper.  With each passing day, his desire for Winter Jones has slowly stewed until the point where Eric is just moments away from breaking his number one rule of never mixing business with pleasure by claiming Winter as his woman. 

I found Tami Vinson’s Winter’s Heat to be a pleasant read.  Where Eric is a tough, hard-core very alpha male who demands respect without question; Winter is an innocent, kind-hearted, yet determined heroine who finds the inner strength that she never knew she had when confronted with an unbelievable harmful act.  The couple is a perfect match for each other.  It amazes me how long it took for Eric and Winter to finally submit to their desires for one another; yet, when they finally did, it was no turning back to the way things used to be.  The sexual tension between them is intensely hot and very passionate.  All in all, Winter’s Heat is a good read.

UP ALL NIGHT by Lyric James

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UP ALL NIGHT by Lyric JamesUp All Night by Lyric James
Series: Beach House Nights #3
Published by Self Published Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Interracial
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

Stella Lewis is determined not to end up like her mother; a reckless woman who moved from man to man without care for the impression that it left on her young daughter.  As a result, Stella rarely dates and solely focuses on growing her antique business.   So, when her best friend invites her for a weekend getaway at her beach house, Stella is over the moon at the opportunity to discover the hidden treasures in the attic.  What Stella did not expect is to be sidetracked by an alluring temptation of the handsomely, annoying playboy, Ian Hollis.

For three years, Ian Hollis has been trying to catch the attention of Stella Lewis but she refuses to give him the time of day.  Nonetheless, at every opportunity, Ian shameless flirts with Stella hoping she would finally give him the chance to prove that he is more than a rich playboy.  Because beneath her aloof exterior, Ian knows lays a fabulous, sensual woman waiting to break free and to be cherish by him.  So, when he discovers that they will be spending a weekend together at a mutual friend’s beach house, Ian is determined to win Stella’s heart.

I am really enjoying Lyric James’ Beach House Nights series.  With each new release, the storylines just keep getting better and better.  Her third standalone installment, Up All Night is an incredible, heartfelt read because of Stella’s emotional baggage.  While I scream at Stella to give Ian a chance, I completely understand her internal fear against taking a step that she perceives as reckless behavior that her mother committed time and time again in the past.  I admire Ian’s strength of character and his wholehearted compassion towards Stella.  It’s no wonder why she has a difficult time fighting the intense attraction between them.  Their sexual encounters were plentiful and lustfully romantic; definitely, body temperature raising moments.  All in all, Up All Night is a spectacular read!

SOMETHING WET by Lyric James

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LOVE THY NEIGHBORS NEPHEW by Stephanie Williams

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LOVER’S REVENGE by Lyric James

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LOVE’S REDEMPTION by Tami VanGurp

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HOT FOR TEACHER by Roslyn Hardy-Holcomb

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