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Sunday, April 19, 2009
Review - A Wild Ride To Paradise by Renee Michaels
Title: Wild Ride To Paradise
Author: Renee Michaels
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Rating: You Need To Read
Intrepid lady gambler, Catharine 'Cat' Bennington's lucky streak has run out. Otis Harlow, the man who murdered her husband, has caught up with her.
Rancher Jake Turner, is a widower, and has finally acknowledged that he needs to find a wife to be a mother his two young daughters.
Needing a place to hide, Cat travels to Loving, Texas, pretending to be Jake's mail-order-bride. Otis, their common enemy, is hot on her heels.
Jake insists they marry, so he can give her the protection of his name, but she refuses. She believes he couldn't satisfy her particular needs.
He strikes a bargain with her, if he can fulfill all of her demands.
She agrees, thinking he is too unsophisticated to suit her, besides as soon as the danger has passed she was leaving Loving.
Little does she know Jake has a surprise or two in store for her.
I was really in my element while reading A Wild Ride To Paradise. I love historical romances; it is the genre that really got me reading. I am fairly new to the erotica genre and this was my first experience with a ménage, I have to say that I was not as grossed out by it as I thought I would have been. Ms. Michaels did an exceptional job of weaving sexual tension around Cat and Jake; and created some really hot scenes that have me wanting to delve into more books containing ménage.
It is always a pleasure to read about a woman who can hold her own, who has a strong personality, and can still be very feminine. Cat Bennington fit this profile. She was full of cunning and wit. Not to be out done, Jake was the quintessential male.
The story itself was enjoyable and kept me turning the pages. I don’t know if it is in the works, but I would love to read more from Loving, Texas.