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Sexy As Hell (Bruton Street Bookstore Series) epub ebook

by Susan Johnson

Sexy As Hell (Bruton Street Bookstore Series) epub ebook

Author: Susan Johnson
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Berkley; Reissue edition (January 5, 2010)
ISBN: 0425230201
ISBN13: 978-0425230206
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 312
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Book 2 of 4 in the Bruton Street Bookstore Series. I bought a bunch of Susan Johnson books after reading a couple of ones that I liked and am now finding that the male and female characters fit a general format in every book but for the rare exception.

Book 2 of 4 in the Bruton Street Bookstore Series.

How her overbearing possessiveness makes her different from all the other women he has seduced and discarded, I don't know.

The Bruton Street Bookstore series, courtesy Susan Johnson aka . Sexy As Hell is the second book in the Bruton Street Bookstore series. Gibbs, is published by different publishers in the US and UK, hence the different titles and covers. Series follows four titled bachelor friends in London in the early 1890’s. It’s 1892 and Fitz’s (book 1) good friend Baron Lenox, Oz, who recently returned from India where he has made a fortune, finds himself in bed with the innocent, Isolde Perceval. For Oz it was a matter of mistaken identity, but for Isolde it was a way to lose her virginity to escape marriage to a lecherous man after her fortune.

The Bruton Street Bookstore series are stand-alones following four titled friends in London starting year 1891 with Fitz . The Bruton Street Bookstore series is published in the US under Susan Johnson.

The Bruton Street Bookstore series are stand-alones following four titled friends in London starting year 1891 with Fitz Monckton, Duke of Groveland. Book 1. Gorgeous As Sin. by Susan Johnson. From one of the best-known names in eroti. ore.

Sexy As Hell (Berkley Sensation). Wondrous finale to the incredible end of this series. I love this book Book lover. architect Nicole Lesdaux has just signed on to create a tree house for record producer Johnny Patrick's little girl, Jordi  .

The second book in the Gorgeous as Sin series, 2010. As the well-sprung carriage careened through the streets of London at a flying pace, Oz half dozed, his life of late slightly deficient in sleep

The second book in the Gorgeous as Sin series, 2010. CHAPTER 1. London, January 1892. As the well-sprung carriage careened through the streets of London at a flying pace, Oz half dozed, his life of late slightly deficient in sleep. With Nell’s husband in Paris, she’d been consuming a good deal of his time. In addition, he had a shipping business to run, he’d been working at translating a recently purchased rare Urdu manuscript, and of course, Brooks’s was a constant lure to a man who loved to gamble.

Susan Johnson (American novelist). Flag as Inappropriate. Bruton Street Bookstore Series. Gorgeous As Sin (2009). Sweet as the Devil (2011). Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Susan Johnson (American novelist). Susan Johnson (born 1939), is an American author of numerous New York Times bestselling sexually explicit romance novels  . Seductive as Flame (December 2011).

The complete series list for - Bruton Street Bookstore Susan Johnson. Historical Romance, HR. 2010-01, Jan-2010.

In fact, she orchestrated the compromising situation herself-for reasons that are unpredictable, riotously romantic, and sexy as hell.

9,02 €. Price: 7,92 €. You are in the Greece store. In fact, she orchestrated the compromising situation herself-for reasons that are unpredictable, riotously romantic, and sexy as hell.

Second in the all-new trilogy from the New York Times bestselling author of Gorgeous as Sin If his mistress is missing, then who's the woman in the baron's bed? When Baron Lenox's assignation with his mistress goes awry, he finds himself in bed with the wrong lady. The potential scandal leaves him with one option: marry the innocent mystery woman. But Isolde Perceval has no intention of marrying Lenox. In fact, she orchestrated the compromising situation herself-for reasons that are unpredictable, riotously romantic, and sexy as hell.
Reviews (7)
Rainpick
Loved the author and book.

Adrielmeena
I am a long time fan of Susan Johnson's historical romances. I am thrilled with Georgeous as Sin and Sexy as Hell. Her historical romances are a guilty pleasure for me, unlike the contemporary romances. Sure the heroes are rogues, but I can tolerate it from the Victorian era, whereas today, no. I was surprised at the age of Oz in Sexy as Hell. Wow. That explained a lot about his actions, imho.

I plan a re-read of her early historical romances very soon!

Inabel
I liked the series. Enjoyed all the books.

นℕĨĈტℝ₦
I love Susan Johnson's characters...writing...and the sex scenes...buy it and enjoy it then pass it along to someone else.

BORZOTA
I loved Susan Johnson's earlier books. Her heroes, rogues all, were romantic and redeemable; her heroines, spirited but likeable. I'm not sure what has happened, but I wish Ms. Johnson's editor would start actually editing. Johnson's latest book, "Sexy As Hell" features a spoiled, narcissistic, alcoholic hero and a grating, possessive heroine who, after reluctantly agreeing to a quick marriage of convenience, turns into a jealous shrew. How her overbearing possessiveness makes her different from all the other women he has seduced and discarded, I don't know. But the most bilious part of this story is when, knowing their marriage is a sham, knowing he doesn't love her, the heroine refuses to remove herself from him when they are having sex (Johnson's couples never make love anymore), despite the fact he is tied to a bedpost, losing control, and has made it clear he doesn't wish to impregnate her. Of course, she becomes pregnant, whereupon he runs back to London and resumes his affair with a former amour who, incidentally, is another bitchy possessive shrew. No wonder the man drinks. Despite this story's requisite happy ending, the hero is never fully redeemable and the heroine is a shallow, petty shadow of Johnson's earlier heroines.

Kaim
Oz is a rich young rogue by accident he falls into Isolde's lap and aids in her plan to thwart her greedy cousins attempts to marry her against her will.

The writing is excellent, the dialogue smooth, the storyline decent. The steamy scenes were ok, nothing outstanding. The problem: I didn't like either main character she's constantly questioning his past (and sexual expertise)when no promises have been made to the point of being a jealous nagging shrew (even during sex). He's a confirmed bachelor, but when he realizes his feelings are growing for her his extreme irresponsibility, stubbornness, and infidelity become annoyingly frustrating.

By the end I didn't care if they had a HEA the emotional connection wasn't there and they were both awful to each other so I say they were better off going their separate ways. The first book in this series was the best so far I am currently reading the third and it's turning out just like this one. I bought a bunch of Susan Johnson books after reading a couple of ones that I liked and am now finding that the male and female characters fit a general format in every book but for the rare exception.

The male is of course handsome, built, hung like a horse, can go all night or even 24 hours straight, rich, drinks like a fish, gambles like a pro and wins, and is deathly against committed relationships. The female is attracted to him, can have a zillion orgasms in the course of an evening, hates his past, present and future lady loves and holds it against him, falls in love with him and forgives all his cheating, lying, and indifference, and chases after him. Sometimes the emotional connection is there and the HEA is a good one, but mostly the guy finally just gives in and sometimes without the promise of being faithful. I really have a hard time figuring out what makes these books romantic, they are a study in relationship torture.

If I had known this would be the basic format for all Ms. Johnson books I wouldn't have bought most of them (some of the summaries can be misleading) it gets old real quick, but if you like that type of romance then these books are for you. Enjoy!

Anyshoun
What can I say other than the plot line of this story is the same as any other recent Susan Johnson. The story started out interesting enough with the heroine using the hero to purposely ruin her reputation. At this point I thought 'Yay! Strong heroine, strong hero there's going to be spark and passion!". Alas, no. The heroine and hero do get married, however Johnson does not develop the relationship of the characters at all. The characters retain the feel of strangers who just happen to be compatible in bed.

Of course once the characters are married, Susan Johnson's repeats her overly used plot line that we've seen in tons of her past stories: hero has lots of sex with heroine, hero thinks he's starting to fall in love with heroine, hero doesn't like the idea of falling in love so leaves and renews a sexual relationship with a former lover, heroine finds she's fallen in love with hero but pines away for him, heroine decides to stop pining and returns to town, heroine catches hero cheating on her, hero feels bad, apologizes, heroine forgives him right away, and they lived happily ever after.

There's no resolution of the hero's infidelity. The heroine simply accepts it. Her character did a complete 180 from the strong willed character I saw in the beginning of the book. Plus there's nothing romantic in one spouse cheating on another.

This book is definitely not a keeper. I'd say check it out from the library if you really want to read it and save your $8 for a different book.

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