Wild For Him

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Wild For Him

Ex-Marine now security specialist Ben Cabrera has just been hired as Christine Delacriox's personal bodyguard. Her father who is running for Governor has received some threats and wants Ben by her side twenty-four hours a day for the next three weeks. She flirts and teases him driving him to the edge, but he knows nothing can come of it. When she offers him a short-term affair can he refuse? Would spending the next few weeks in her bed eliminate the raging case of lust he had for her? There was only one way he could find out.

Christine Delacriox isn't surprised that her father hired her a bodyguard. She is surprised that he chose Ben Cabrera for the job of guarding her body day and night. It was spending those nights with him she imagined in vivid detail. Hot sexy men like him don't come around often so she decided to work this to her advantage. Knowing her time was limited she had to act fast. she asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend so no one would know his real reason for hang around her. Moving from that to a short term affair based on hot sweat sex seemed like a logical next step. Lying to both of them claiming she didn't want a serious relationship was her first mistake. If she could seduce him, could she worm her way under the hard shell around his heart? If not would she ever be able to get over him?

This was right on the money. Denison hits the mark again with this tale of love and lust. The heat is perfectly balanced with the action keeping the story flowing so well you're finished way too fast. I thoroughly enjoyed every twist and turn. As always her characters were realistic and relatable.


Book Blurb for Wild For Him

Ex-marine and security agent Ben Cabrera isn't about to complain about his latest assignment protecting the daughter of a gubernatorial candidate. After all, spending 24/7 with Christy Delacroix isn't exactly a chore. But it turns out that Christy's seduction tactics are top-notch—and soon it's impossible to keep things strictly professional


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2008 5.00