Woken by a disturbance in his apartment hallway, Vic Savian finds himself face to face with his hot neighbor, Niall Chandler, and helps her fend off the advances of her date. Passion flares between them, and soon they find themselves burning up the sheets. Niall has suffered great loss and is still being put through the wringer, her hot encounters with Vic are just what she needs to move on. Vic was burned by a bad relationship and is not willing to trust another woman, though his hot encounters with Niall may be just what he needs to heal his trust. Can their desire and budding trust lead to a future of happiness?
WICKED BURN is a sultry story successfully mixing a hot erotic tale with a complex storyline. Both Niall and Vic have issues they need to work through in order to find love and happiness again and they find it's not an easy path to follow. I thought Beth Kery did and excellent job captivating my interest into the characters, and the circumstances that led them to where they currently stood in life, making me want to see how they would resolve issues, and be able to find their happily ever after. I found myself please with the conclusion of this story, and ready to find more of Ms. Kery's books.
Book Blurb for Wicked Burn
A red-hot read from a brand-new voice in erotic romance.
He wanted all of her—and did she ever let him have it...
Vic Savian knows what he wants when he sees it. And what he wants is his sexy neighbor, Niall Chandler. When he finds her in the hallway of their building being harassed by an aggressive suitor, Vic steps in—and finds himself greatly rewarded...
Sleeping with her gorgeous neighbor—when she didn't even know his last name—was the craziest thing Niall's ever done. Now, she can't seem to get enough of Vic—or the uninhibited passion he stirs in her. Suddenly, with his help, she's opening to sensual pleasures she's never known before. But when Niall's past comes back to haunt her, will she and Vic let themselves venture beyond the bedroom and explore the possibility of the love that's in their hearts?
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