Hot Nights, Dark Desires
Random House Publishing Group, May 20, 2008 - Fiction - 304 pages
Inspired by the sultry heat and sensual ambiance of New Orleans, this steamy collection delves into the erotic underground of the Big Easy. Here is a tantalizing trio of stories by three rising stars that will tease your imagination—and seduce your senses.
Lush, haunting, and provocative, New Orleans has something to satisfy every desire—as three very lucky women are about to discover. In “Shadow Play” an ex-supermodel desperate to revive her career seeks the help of a gorgeous, reclusive photographer with a special gift—and offers him anything he wants in return. The result is a series of erotic positions captured on film—along with a mind-blowing physical connection neither expected…. In “The Art of Desire” a sheltered young woman turned on by the idea of getting tattooed dares to make her fantasy a reality. But as her arousing sessions with a dangerously handsome tattoo artist move from the tattoo parlor to the bedroom, they make an impression that’s more than skin deep…. And in “Night Vision” when artist Catie Lanford hires professional cooler Bat Kelly to whip the failing bar she’s recently inherited into shape, she’s not looking for a lover—until she lays eyes on the sexy wild man. Soon they’ve agreed to mix business with pleasure, and Catie discovers that Bat is just what she needs to set her artist’s imagination—and her body—on fire.
Abandon your inhibitions and excite your spirit with a gathering of tales that’s as sexy and spicy as the city of New Orleans itself.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Review: Hot Nights, Dark Desires (ACRO #2.5)User Review - Lyndi - Goodreads
I felt like I just read the same story three times, each with a slightly different twist. Each female lead enjoys living in denial. At some point, one or both characters will run away from the other ... Read full review
Review: Hot Nights, Dark Desires (ACRO #2.5)User Review - Leigh - Goodreads
Read the ACRO short only. This story was interesting with regard to the paranormal aspect of it - mediums dealing with haunting and possession - and as always, with any ACRO book, the story was full ... Read full review