Carnal Ecstasy (Google eBook)

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Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc, Jul 2, 2010 - Fiction
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When good girls go bad, very, very bad...The minute Carrie meets tattooed, bad-boy bartender Dallon, her decision is made. He's the one, her ticket to freedom and a new, independent life. She's tired of dictates and zero dates and following the path laid out before her by her well-meaning-but-completely-out-of touch-with-her-reality religious parents.Dallon sees the buttoned-up, full-of-curves woman outside the grocery store and feels the flames of hell licking at his heels. When she asks him for directions to the large, nearby university where she's starting work, his gut-twisting lust for her doesn't diminish, but those flames start to singe his tough-as-nails hide.With Dallon's promise of not sleeping with anyone associated with the university his father is the dean of about to go up in smoke, Carrie takes the first exit off the Heavenly Highway straight onto Sin Street. She wants Dallon to teach her all the things a good girl should never know, and she won't take Hell no for an answer.Reader Advisory: What Dallon does with a beer bottle may be illegal in forty-eight out of fifty states...and at least two territories.

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Review: Carnal Ecstasy (Simple Need #2)

User Review  - Sofia Grey - Goodreads

I think after the sheer perfection of Simple Need, it would be hard to match it, and I had high hopes for Carnal Ecstasy, the second book in this trilogy. Dallon, part bar-owner, part-tattoo-parlour ... Read full review

Review: Carnal Ecstasy (Simple Need #2)

User Review  - Boxy Frown - Goodreads

The unfortunately named Dallon in this second of the Simple Needs series is naughty, filthy, and hot. He encounters Carrie while she is looking for her new job. He gives her directions as well as the ... Read full review

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