Naked Games by Anne Rainey
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Anticipation. . .

When Catherine Michaels tracks down her long lost sister, Gracie, after a desperate search, she's thrilled to find her alive and well. But there's also an unexpected bonus--Gracie's sexy and single friend, Dean.

Ecstasy. . .

Dean is every woman's fantasy, ruggedly handsome, intense, and as Catherine discovers, a passionately adventurous lover. But his all night appetite has a dark side. For though Catherine longs to give up all control, Dean drives her even further. . .demanding she learn the real art of submission.

Surrender. . .

Catherine is having the best sex of her life, opening herself to a surprising new realm of pleasure. And Dean unexpectedly starts to feel he's met his match. . .maybe even his soul mate. When they both want more, it gets complicated. Is it game over--or are things just heating up...?

Praise for Anne Rainey's So Sensitive

"A touch of BDSM complements sizzling-hot sex in this suspenseful winner." --Romantic Times, 4 1/2 Stars, TOP PICK

" A great voice, nice pace, and most of all, two characters that kept me turning the page. Enjoy!" --The Romance Reviews, 4 Stars

"If you are ready to be blissed out by some of the most sensual sex scenes in writing, you need only to pick up this book and start reading." --Coffee Time Romance, 4 Cups

"Supremely sexy and beautifully emotional. . .intensely relevant for today's woman." --Lucy Monroe

 

About Anne Rainey

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Scandalous Behavior by Anne Rainey Tess Marley is tired of her dull life. She wants to take a walk on the wild side. Who better to teach her about carnal pleasures than her intriguing boss, Kevin Haines? Five years of secretly lusting after the man is enough. She wants to see if Kevin is all she's dreamed he would be. But Tess makes a major miscalculation when she crosses the line between lust and love.
 
Published July 31, 2012 by Kensington Books. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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