Friday, March 22, 2013

Review: How to Misbehave by Ruthie Knox

How to Misbehave (Camelot #1) by Ruthie Knox
Synopsis (Goodreads):
As program director for the Camelot Community Center, Amber Clark knows how to keep her cool. That is, until a sudden tornado warning forces her to take shelter in a darkened basement with a hunk of man whose sex appeal green lights her every fantasy. With a voice that would melt chocolate, he asks her if she is okay. Now she’s hot all over and wondering: How does a girl make a move?

Building contractor Tony Mazzara was just looking to escape nature’s fury. Instead, he finds himself all tangled up with lovely Amber. Sweet and sexy, she’s ready to unleash her wild side. Their mutual desire reaches a fever pitch and creates a storm of its own—unexpected, powerful, and unforgettable. But is it bigger than Tony can handle? Can he let go of painful memories and let the force of this remarkable woman show him a future he never dreamed existed?
My Thoughts: Oh! This one was FUN! Now, while I admittedly have a bit of a soft spot for characters being forced to hunker down together during natural disasters, this story was equal parts sweet and a little naughty and it was chock-full of sexy. So, it wasn't all my natural disaster kink that made me enjoy it. That's the point I'm trying to make.

Character-wise we have a good girl who's tired of being good and a reformed bad boy who knows how to walk on the wild side. He makes her break out of her shell with a few well-placed words (the whole interlude where he was trying to get her to say the word "hard" was fantastic) and a few well-placed touches (no joke, naughty petting in a semi-public place is REALLY hot).

A very fun read that had plenty of depth. Tony has secrets and guilt and Amber takes the time to see him for the caring guy he really is. It was sweet. Did I mention the sexy? Because it was definitely sexy. *thumbs up*

Books in this series
1. How to Misbehave - Kindle
2. Along Came Trouble
3. Flirting with Disaster

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  1. The sexy is good. We like the sexy. *thumbs up*

    1. We do like the sexy, don't we? This one was goooood with it.