Wildly Inappropriate

Those Devilish De Marco Men

This book was a bit much. I think the author has a great talent for writing and creating interesting story lines from the portion I have read. Yet, this story was just too unrealistic. Besides that point, even if I believed the motive of the heroine she did not do what she was there to do. I lost interest in the story because I felt it became very repetitive.

Cynda Avery is desperate to save her grandmother from a loan shark that is making their life hard. So when she ends up chained to the fender of Daniel De Marco’s car she is determined to do whatever she has to. Thinking this is another plot for his land Daniel goes outside and makes an outlandish proposition; for Cynda to spend time at his whim and during the time he will give her an hour each day to bargain about the land. But not only does he have no intention of giving up the land he has no real intention of hearing her out.

Book Blurb for Wildly Inappropriate

Desperate to save her grandmother from an unscrupulous loan shark, Cynda Avery agrees to Daniel De Marco's wildly inappropriate offer--control of her body for two weeks in exchange for time to talk him into selling his untended peach orchards.

Handsome Daniel isn't the redneck farmer Cynda expected. From the feminine clothes he wants her to wear to the confident way he handles every problem to the kinky way he likes to tie her up to have sex, he makes her want to please him. When she finds the key to his mother's disappearance and spends a weekend in jail, will Daniel decide Cynda's an itch he's already scratched or could he cling to dark flesh like hers?

CONTENT ADVISORY: This title contains a HFN ending.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2012 2.50