Indulge Me (Harlequin Blaze #393)

Indulge Me Harlequin Blaze A stroke of luck After years of taking care of everyone else Darcy Wolf is set to ditch her good girl persona leave good old Milwaukee behind and indulge herself by Seducing a hot willing man G

  • Title: Indulge Me (Harlequin Blaze #393)
  • Author: Isabel Sharpe
  • ISBN: 9780373793976
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • A stroke of luck After years of taking care of everyone else, Darcy Wolf is set to ditch her good girl persona, leave good old Milwaukee behind and indulge herself by 1 Seducing a hot, willing man 2 Going to a bar alone wearing leather and lace 3 Having sex in public Housepainter Tyler Houston is perfectly happy to assist Darcy with Fantasy 1 His gorgeous smile aA stroke of luck After years of taking care of everyone else, Darcy Wolf is set to ditch her good girl persona, leave good old Milwaukee behind and indulge herself by 1 Seducing a hot, willing man 2 Going to a bar alone wearing leather and lace 3 Having sex in public Housepainter Tyler Houston is perfectly happy to assist Darcy with Fantasy 1 His gorgeous smile and hard body seal the deal one steamy afternoon in her bed But it s Tyler s humor and warmth, never mind his oh so sexy brushstrokes, that catch Darcy by surprise With two fantasies to fulfill, she can t get beyond 1 Could this short term indulgence lead to long term bliss

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    2 thoughts on “Indulge Me (Harlequin Blaze #393)

    1. Isabel Sharpe was not born pen in hand like so many of her fellow authors After she quit work in 1994 to stay home with her first born son and nearly went out of her mind, she started writing Yes, she was the clich d bored housewife writing romance, but it was either that clich or seduce the mailman, and her mailman was unattractive After than twenty novels for Harlequin, and the exciting new direction of women focused stories for Avon HarperCollins, Isabel admits her new mailman is gorgeous, but she s still happy with her choice.

    2. This book was a gift from someone who suggested I read it - and against my better judgement, I accepted. If it weren't for the suggestion, I would've canned this on the merit (or lack thereof) of its stale synopsis: a woman who happens to be woefully whimsical and unapologetically unfulfilled stumbles into the warm, waiting arms of a man who proves to be an unlikely match - and to her horror, a former family friend. A horror all the morehorrifyingbecause before having sex with him, she couldn't [...]

    3. Best of the Blaze line I have read so far. After years spent caring for a dying father and a recovering-from-injury ex-boyfriend, a young woman attempts to fulfill her fantasy and seduce a stranger--her sexy housepainter. Only, it turns out he is not a stranger after alloh nohe's a sort-of acquaintance from high school, her new neighbor, and cousin to her best friend's husband Their growing relationship is threatened by her upcoming move as well as a few more fantasies that she'd like to fulfill [...]

    4. A waste of time--I didn't see how "good" this chick is. She's complaining about taking care of her father and ex-boyfriend when they were in a coma state at the hospital and whining about how all her life she's been so "good." If taking of her father makes her a saint then lord, I must be a sinner for just taking care of my grandparents and not bitch about how dreadful it is to be "good."She even admits to ume male character forgot his name already that she slept with a guy in college while she [...]

    5. This was a lot of fun. The author clearly has a sense of humor and really enjoyed writing this - it was definitely over the top, but she knew it and didn't care. And unlike the last Blaze novel I tried, it billed itself as creatively sexy and succeeded. *g* The hero was a UWM professor, it was set outside Milwaukee, and that was kind of fun. originally: How how how did I go from reading nothing last week to reading seven books at a time this week? Especially such disparate books - Little Women a [...]

    6. While Tyler was hot, and Darcy and Tyler together was equally hot, there was just something about the book that I didn't love. While I can relate to Darcy feeling like she's in a mold and needs to break out of it, I got sick of her repeating how she had to leave town. The people that had put her in the mold in the first place were gone, so she was free to change what she wanted without having to leave town. Overall, the book was good.

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