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Monday, January 25, 2010
Review - Wicked Proposal by Tierney O'Malley
Title: Wicked Proposal
Author: Tierney O'Malley
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Shira
Madeline cannot believe she begged a man to make love with her, then agreed to his proposal to save her pride and get even with her ex. And worse, even with her newly broken heart, she falls in love with him. Just as Madeline begins to believe Wolf has feelings for her, her ex shows up and reveals the truth behind Wolf's intention.
All Wolf wants is to convince Madeline that her ex-fiancé is a fool for letting her go and that she is indeed beautiful. But when he feels her body move against his, he realizes he wants more than to help soothe her hurt pride. Now that her fiancé is out of the picture, Wolf's not going to let anybody in Madeline's her life other than him.
To save her flower shop from financial ruin, Madeline agrees to decorate and attend the yacht party given by her best friend's brother, Captain Wolf O'Connor. Not only was the party on a yacht sailing around Puget Sound - water terrified her but her ex-fiance' broke off their engagement with a letter and left town just hours before. There is no way she is going to believe Wolf calling her Love, and telling her she is beautiful after the things her ex said in the letter. She needs proof... She begs Wolf to make love to her. Did she just ask Wolf what she thought she did? Did Wolf just hear what he thought he heard? Was the woman that he had secretly wanted given him the keys to Heaven's Gate? Could he find a way to make it more than a one time affair?
I enjoyed reading Wicked Proposal. I could imagine being a part of the community and being out among the residents wanting to protect one of our own. I loved Madeline. I felt she represented any woman who doubted her sexiness based on a break-up letter from an ex. Wolf was sexiness walking with a brownie! He was supportive, attentive, and did I say sexy? Ms. O'Malley tale of life and love in a close-knit Pacific Northwest city was comforting as well as a little taste of naughty. YAY!