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The author of Bad Girl proves that sometimes being bad feels really good.
As the owner and editor-in-chief of Heat, Dallas' hottest new e-zine, Leah Reece will do anything to get her story, even venture into the shady underworld of 69, an erotic club which caters to the needs of those with enough money to get anything they want. Leah expected to get her scoop and run, but didn't count on getting sidetracked by a sinful encounter with a dark and sultry bad boy.
Quin Perez is a bodyguard at 69. He can't afford to lose his concentration for a second, but he can't help lusting after the sexy editor who stumbles across his path. Now Quin is asking Leah questions she doesn't want to answer-and making her do things she never dared.
A sizzling new voice in erotica offers a hot debut novel of sex and suspense.
Being bad can be so good. All it takes is the right man. By day, Sandy Davis is a dedicated social worker. By night, she's found an unlikely pastime: spying on her neighbors' erotic encounters. She tells herself that it's harmless, until one night she finds herself on the receiving end of such a fantasy-and an anonymous phone call from a peeping stranger who calls himself Justice, and whispers, "You've been a bad girl." The arousing predicament turns into a sensual dance between the adventurous pair. But when a third player enters their sexy game, the fun turns to something darker and more dangerous.
Maya Reynolds lives in a small Texas town. She has worked as a teacher, stockbroker, psychiatric social worker, and crisis-team interventionist. She is the author of several short stories, and Bad Girl is her first novel.