With Lori Foster, Kimberly Randell, Suzanne Foster, Maggie Shayne
Jove – Jan. 2000
ISBN: 0515127256 – Paperback
/ Contemporary / Anthology
Reviewed by: Brenda Weeaks, MyShelf.Com
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Just in time for Valentines
and back from HOT CHOCOLATE, four impressive authors lead romance readers
into a world of laciness and lust. The romantic aspects of this anthology
are intrigue, romance and lace. Each author has a lively, exciting couple
ready to fall in love or in bed, whichever the case maybe. I can safely
say in gauging the sexuality in SINFUL, it reaches a fever pitch -- in
fact the gauge disintegrated.
Although I enjoyed the relationships
each author gave to their romantic characters, I found the love scenes
were the strongest ever; some were so detailed that I found myself skipping
pages, because they were just too much for me. So, if you like your
romances unambiguous, racy and direct you will like SINFUL because these
ladies know how to write it.
by Suzanne Forster (Back from Hot Chocolate)
Jeff Winston is a
good friend of Max and Abigail (Forster's characters from HOT CHOCOLATE).
Max lost the trophy to Jeff when he gave up bachelorhood to marry Abigail.
Jeff wonders if he can hold on to it when he meets Emmalina. Emmalina
is Victorian in every way, her thoughts, attitude, clothes and life style.
Tangled Images by
Lori Foster (Back from Hot Chocolate)
If you've been keeping
up with Lori Foster's short stories, then you are aware of the 4 brothers
who run a bar. Cole and Chase have been tangled, so that leaves Mack and
Zane. Mack has a feeling Allison and Sophie are out to get him tangled
this time when they ask him to model men's underwear in a catalogue for
Sincerella by Kimberly
Frankie has been
crazy about Connor for a long time. Since he doesn't notice her in her
everyday clothes, she decides to attend a costume party incognito and
seduce him, but like Cinderella, when it comes time to leave, Frankie
leaves something behind and she has to get it back without giving herself
Leather and Lace by
Martha Jane has always
had a crush on her boss, Mr. Gable, but he never noticed her because his
taste in women was more in the range of blonde bimbos, like the one he
just replaced her with. When her friend makes her an offer she can't refuse,
Martha finds herself at Mr. Gable's feet and in his arms.