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Forget the straight-and-narrow. When it comes to the uncharted off-ramp of desire, these sexy bad boys can show you exactly where to get off... MELTDOWN by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall wants is to bag a big account for her headhunting firm, even if it means stealing a key employee from under sexy hotel CEO Michael "Mac" McNamara's nose. To find out what game the luscious Jane Forget the straight-and-narrow. When it comes to the uncharted off-ramp of desire, these sexy bad boys can show you exactly where to get off... MELTDOWN by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall wants is to bag a big account for her headhunting firm, even if it means stealing a key employee from under sexy hotel CEO Michael "Mac" McNamara's nose. To find out what game the luscious Jane is playing, Mac's going to give her a private tour of the hotel's finest suite, where she can take whatever she wants from him--and he'll give everything he's got in the process... EXPOSED by Donna Kauffman It's Christmas Eve and Delilah Hudson is on a train stranded by a blizzard. At least she can snap a few pictures... if she can shake the gorgeous passenger who claims to be interested in her "equipment". Something about Delilah has photographer Austin Morgan feeling hungry for more. And once they're alone, Austin can't wait to see what develops... PURE GINGER by E.C. Sheedy Ginger Cameron is a P.R. pro who has wasted too much time on the hey-baby, great-sex, see-ya kind of guy, and her P.R. business is suffering as a result. From now on she's a serious woman who sleeps alone. Cal Beaumann wants to hire Ginger, and he's convinced there's more to her than orthopedic shoes and industrial strength underwear. And if anyone is skilled at penetrating defenses, it's Cal...


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Forget the straight-and-narrow. When it comes to the uncharted off-ramp of desire, these sexy bad boys can show you exactly where to get off... MELTDOWN by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall wants is to bag a big account for her headhunting firm, even if it means stealing a key employee from under sexy hotel CEO Michael "Mac" McNamara's nose. To find out what game the luscious Jane Forget the straight-and-narrow. When it comes to the uncharted off-ramp of desire, these sexy bad boys can show you exactly where to get off... MELTDOWN by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall wants is to bag a big account for her headhunting firm, even if it means stealing a key employee from under sexy hotel CEO Michael "Mac" McNamara's nose. To find out what game the luscious Jane is playing, Mac's going to give her a private tour of the hotel's finest suite, where she can take whatever she wants from him--and he'll give everything he's got in the process... EXPOSED by Donna Kauffman It's Christmas Eve and Delilah Hudson is on a train stranded by a blizzard. At least she can snap a few pictures... if she can shake the gorgeous passenger who claims to be interested in her "equipment". Something about Delilah has photographer Austin Morgan feeling hungry for more. And once they're alone, Austin can't wait to see what develops... PURE GINGER by E.C. Sheedy Ginger Cameron is a P.R. pro who has wasted too much time on the hey-baby, great-sex, see-ya kind of guy, and her P.R. business is suffering as a result. From now on she's a serious woman who sleeps alone. Cal Beaumann wants to hire Ginger, and he's convinced there's more to her than orthopedic shoes and industrial strength underwear. And if anyone is skilled at penetrating defenses, it's Cal...

30 review for Bad Boys Next Exit

  1. 4 out of 5

    Julianna

    Reviewed for THC Reviews *newest review for this anthology Meltdown by Shannon McKenna - “Meltdown” is the story of a headhunter masquerading as a magazine writer in an attempt to get a meeting with a hotel manager who she wants to try to lure away from his current position to work for her client. At the last minute, she’s set up by the receptionist to meet with the CEO instead. After seeing how beautiful she is, he’s more than happy to take her on a private tour of one of their luxury suites Reviewed for THC Reviews *newest review for this anthology Meltdown by Shannon McKenna - “Meltdown” is the story of a headhunter masquerading as a magazine writer in an attempt to get a meeting with a hotel manager who she wants to try to lure away from his current position to work for her client. At the last minute, she’s set up by the receptionist to meet with the CEO instead. After seeing how beautiful she is, he’s more than happy to take her on a private tour of one of their luxury suites that includes far more than just looking around. They spend an incredibly steamy night together, during which they discover that their chemistry is off the charts, but when morning comes, they have to decide if that’s enough to base a long-term relationship upon. Jane tends to be rather shy and reserved, but during her youth, she discovered a passion for acting. Unfortunately, though, an abusive theater professor in college ruined both her life and her aspirations. Now she works as a headhunter, which pays the bills while allowing her to employ some of her acting skills, and in her spare time, she directs a community theater program for at-risk youth. Under pressure from her boss to close an account, Jane goes to the hotel seeking out the manager, intending to do whatever it takes to poach him, but she ends up meeting Mac, the CEO, instead. He’s an incredibly dynamic man who attracts her from the start, but she still has some reservations regarding his overt sexuality. In some ways, I could relate to Jane, or at least to her shyness. I liked that she doesn’t entirely let Mac get the upper hand, but after putting up a little token resistance, she almost always ends up capitulating to his wishes anyway. For this reason, I had a hard time fully respecting her, and I didn’t really understand her attraction to Mac, but she was a decent heroine despite my issues with her. Mac, on the other hand, was not my kind of hero. I’ve read two other novellas by Shannon McKenna, and between those and things I’ve heard about her work, I don’t think she knows how to write any other kind of hero besides uber-alphas, which are not my cup of tea. After his dad died and his mom left, Mac learned to be the head of the family at a very young age. He runs the hotel chain with some help from his younger brother and sister. Everything about him is on overdrive and he does everything with an intensity that’s simply a little over the top to my way of thinking. He’s pretty egotistical and arrogant and doesn’t take no for an answer. In fact, he behaves much like a predator. Through Jane, the author tries to tell us that Mac is actually sweet underneath all the bluster, but other than perhaps his grand gesture at the end, I just didn’t see it. This is mainly because he doesn’t really exhibit much in the way of vulnerability to make me genuinely like him. This novella is pretty much all about the sex, which in and of itself didn’t bother me, but the way in which it all went down did. Jane and Mac engage in sexual contact within mere minutes of meeting that would have gone much further right then and there if not for them being interrupted. So they continue it later that evening in the guise of a date that turns into a steamy all-night sex-fest. In spite of the rapid progression, this might not have been an issue for me except that numerous times throughout their encounters, Jane says things like, “No,” “Stop,” “Slow down,” etc., but Mac never does. Instead he keeps pushing and insisting that he knows better than she what she really wants, which I thought was the pinnacle of arrogance. This all made me pretty uncomfortable, because IMHO, unless you’re in a situation where safe words are being used (and they weren’t here), whenever a woman says “No” it means NO. I don’t care where a couple is in the love-making process, if a woman begins to express any kind of doubts, the man should back off immediately. Of course, like any good little bodice ripper heroine, Jane eats up Mac’s dominant behavior and ends up loving it, but the way I saw it, what happened between them was at best forced seduction, which I don’t care for in my romances. Several times, Mac seems to have regrets about his behavior, too, but it doesn’t stop him from continuing. He doesn’t really make apologies for it either. Also he can really dish out the dominant behavior, but when Jane employs her acting talents to get her own dominatrix on, he can’t take it. On top of my issues with the sexual content, the idea that two people would be willing to make a life-time commitment after less than twenty-four hours together was definitely pushing the bounds of credibility as well. On the up side, I can’t deny that “Meltdown” was very well-written. The mechanics of the writing are quite sound, making the novella very readable. I was also surprised by how much character development Ms. McKenna was able to pack into such a short format. The emotional intensity of the love scenes, as well as some of the activities they engage in, were admittedly appealing, and if not for the way in which they were initiated, I would have found them to be quite delicious. Also if not for Mac’s alpha jerk personality and possessive, predatory behavior, I would have very much enjoyed his grand romantic gesture at the end to win Jane over. Bottom line, romance readers who like super-intense alphas heroes and don’t mind dubious consent will probably love this one and I could easily recommend it for that crowd. As for me, there were parts that I kind of enjoyed when I was trying to ignore the consent issues, but there were plenty of other parts that left me squirming with discomfort. So for anyone who’s like me, you’ll probably want to stay away. It appears that the author was setting up Danny and Robin, Mac’s brother and sister, for their own potential stories. She did write Robin’s story in “Anytime, Anywhere,” which can be found in the anthology Baddest Bad Boys, but it doesn’t look like she ever wrote Danny’s. This many years after the fact, it doesn’t seem likely that she will either. However, after three so-so novellas in a row and coming to the realization that I don’t care much for Shannon McKenna’s heroes, I doubt I’ll be picking up that story or any other by this author in the future. Note: This novella contains explicit language and sexual situations, which may offend some readers, including some mild power play and dominant behavior, as well as dubious consent, which could distress sensitive readers. Star Rating: ***1/2 Exposed by Donna Kauffman - “Exposed” is the second novella in Donna Kauffman’s Men of Rogues Hollow series, in which each novella focuses on one of the four Morgan brothers. This story is about Austin, one of the middle brothers. In it, Austin and his heroine, Delilah, are traveling on the same train on Christmas Eve. Austin is heading home for the reading of his father’s will, while Del is heading back home to New York City from a photo-shoot in Atlanta. Both characters are photographers. Her subjects are objects, while his are sexy models, primarily of the female variety. When their train becomes stranded in a blizzard, they have a chance meeting in which they bond over their shared career and end up back in Austin’s private sleeper compartment, where they while away the hours with some sexy fun. But when the train starts moving again, they have a battle within their own minds over whether their connection is enough upon which to base a long-term relationship. To be quite honest, I only read “Exposed” to complete this anthology. I’ve previously read three other Donna Kauffman novellas, including two in this same series, and not a single one of them even broke into the three-star range for me, which is a pretty dismal track record. Therefore I went into reading “Exposed” with no more than slight hope that it would finally be a story that engaged me, but alas, that wasn’t meant to be. There’s virtually no plot to the story. Austin and Delilah meet, talk, have sex, talk some more, have more sex… rinse, wash, repeat… until they finally part ways over their disagreement regarding whether they should pursue things any further than that one perfect moment out of time. Then the last couple of chapters are about how they reunite with an HFN ending. I’m sorry to say that the story simply lacked an engaging premise, and the way in which it was written made it drag so that it felt like a much longer tale. There’s a pretty big info dump right at the beginning, and then a couple more of them later on in the novella. There are really long passages of introspection that I felt could have been pared down, and I also felt that all of this could have been integrated better with the action (read love scenes, since that’s the only action there is :-)) and dialogue. The story gets two stars for Austin’s grand romantic gesture at the end, which I thought was sweet, and to a lesser extent, for the hot love scenes, although I have to admit that even those weren’t perfect for me. I’ve never been much of a fan of the instant meeting and mating, although if done well with a strong emotional connection, I can appreciate it. However, here there just wasn’t enough of that all-important connection to make these scene really sizzle for me. I also wasn’t very pleased with the lack of protection, which is a major pet peeve of mine in contemporary romance. I know many authors and readers simply say it’s all about the fantasy, but I don’t find irresponsible behavior like this with no good reason for it to be sexy at all. Anyway, that’s my two cents. If a Donna Kauffman story shows up in a future anthology I’ve picked up for a favorite author who’s in it, I suppose I’ll once again feel obliged to read it. But I most definitely won’t be actively seeking out any more of her work, because it clearly doesn’t resonate with me. Star Rating: ** *Pure Ginger by E. C. Sheedy - “Pure Ginger” is a short, stand-alone novella about a former soap opera star who’s about to open an edgy, new, art-house-style theater in a smallish city. He needs a PR specialist to handle the advertising for the grand opening, but the local woman his assistant finds looks more like a nun than someone who can properly promote his new venture. However, he finds himself strangely attracted to her anyway. As it turns out she’s taking a hiatus from men after a string of relationship fails and has given herself a “make-under” in an effort to say that she’s unavailable, but this new guy sets her on fire from day one and keeps looking better and better all the time. Ginger is a PR specialist who has a habit of falling for handsome men who turn out to be jerks, so she’s decided to completely remake herself. She’s sworn off sex for two years, and in an effort to not send the wrong message, she’s adopted a very conservative new wardrobe. However, she didn’t expect it to cause her to almost lose a prospective client. Ginger is a smart, feisty, spirited woman, and I had to give her some respect for trying to change her fortune. Overall, I mostly liked her, but where I started to have issues with her is that she’s made a promise to herself not to fall for another handsome face again. Yet she does it anyway with the first hot guy to come along, even though she suspects that he might be like all the others. Although she initially puts up a token resistance to his seduction, she ends up falling for his alpha caveman act pretty quickly. I thought it all made her seem rather lacking in determination and self-control. Cal is an ex soap star, trying to make a success of his new theater venture, so that he can pay off his greedy brother’s interest in the business. When Ginger comes into his office, her nun-like attire leaves him unconvinced that she can pull off the necessary edgy promotion to reach his goal, but at the same time, he finds himself oddly attracted to her. For the first half of the story, I really didn’t like Cal much at all. For starters, he judges Ginger’s professional abilities based solely on the way she looks and what she’s wearing, without ever seeing any of her work, which is pure, unadulterated sexism. When she presses her case, he mostly just finds her annoying, and gives her the cold shoulder until a Hollywood PR friend he calls in to take over the project convinces Cal to give her a chance (I never quite understood why he would do that when he had a potential client on the hook – friend or not – but I thought he was a very decent guy for doing so.) Anyway, once they’re working together, Cal starts wondering exactly what’s underneath the dowdy clothes. At this point, he turns into a complete jackass in my estimation. Despite Ginger repeatedly saying “No” to his advances, he keeps getting into her personal space, touching and kissing her, and even shows up at her house late one night, flat-out asking for sex. I don’t care that she secretly wanted it; he didn’t know that and should have backed off until she gave him express permission for such intimacies. And don’t even get me started on the way he keeps telling her to do things, rather than asking nicely. Behavior like this might have flown in romance a few decades ago, but in the current #MeToo era, I personally find it completely unacceptable and decidedly unromantic. Cal improved somewhat during the second half of the story and did prove himself to be a good lover, but the damage was already done in my mind, and I just couldn’t really get on board with him as a hero. While I might not have cared for the hero, I do want to give credit where credit is due. My personal objections aside, I did find “Pure Ginger” to be well-written, which made it an easy read that flowed very well. The love scenes were deliciously steamy, too, and if not for the hero’s boorish behavior, would have been even more so. Perhaps because of the limited length, the conflict is minimal and it’s a little short on the character development, but overall not bad. Readers who are more forgiving of chest-beating alpha males who like to boss the heroine around will probably find this novella very agreeable. In fact, they will probably enjoy this anthology all the way around, since the first story by Shannon McKenna also has a hero who’s cut from the same cloth. As for me, this was my first read by E. C. Sheedy. In fact, before picking up this anthology, I hadn’t even heard of her. The writing was strong enough to leave me open to trying something else of hers in the future, but I probably won’t be in a big hurry to do so out of concern over whether her other books may have similar heroes. Star Rating: ***1/2

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jane Stewart

    McKenna great, Kauffman ok, Sheedy no. I rated McKenna's story, Meltdown, as 5 - I loved it. I was laughing out loud several times. Great characters, good plot. It's one of the stories that I periodically think about when doing other things. I would recommend buying the book just for the McKenna story. For a list of my reviews of other Shannon McKenna books, see my 5 star review of “Ultimate Weapon” posted 11/15/08. I rated Kauffman's story, Exposed, as 3 - for an ok read. Characters were ok. Didn McKenna great, Kauffman ok, Sheedy no. I rated McKenna's story, Meltdown, as 5 - I loved it. I was laughing out loud several times. Great characters, good plot. It's one of the stories that I periodically think about when doing other things. I would recommend buying the book just for the McKenna story. For a list of my reviews of other Shannon McKenna books, see my 5 star review of “Ultimate Weapon” posted 11/15/08. I rated Kauffman's story, Exposed, as 3 - for an ok read. Characters were ok. Didn't care much for the plot. There was too much analyzing of feelings. I rated Sheedy's story, Pure Ginger, as 2 - did not like it. I did not respect Ginger's judgment by dressing so much like an old spinster, that it was inappropriate for her work. The author created conflict by having the guy leave on a business trip without telling her. Not worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Meltdown - Shannon McKenna - 2 /5 - Jane is a headhunter looking to steal away a manager from Crowne Royal Group, run by Mac. She uses a bit of deceit to get in the door and ends up having to stick with it when she meets Mac and ends up on a tour with him. The attraction between them is immediate and intense - and takes over their tour. Before Jane can manage to tell him the truth he’s pounding her into the mattress and making her scream her head off. The he confronts her with the fact that he k Meltdown - Shannon McKenna - 2 /5 - Jane is a headhunter looking to steal away a manager from Crowne Royal Group, run by Mac. She uses a bit of deceit to get in the door and ends up having to stick with it when she meets Mac and ends up on a tour with him. The attraction between them is immediate and intense - and takes over their tour. Before Jane can manage to tell him the truth he’s pounding her into the mattress and making her scream her head off. The he confronts her with the fact that he knows he lied. When he finds out about what, it’s no big deal and he feels relieved that he can now be totally free with the wild sex without all the mushy courting stuff. Jane already knows he’s a sex-animal, so why not stick with it? Except for Jane, it’s all a little too intense for her because she can feel herself falling for Mac, but does she really want to give up control? I’ve now read two stories by this author and I’m not a fan of how she writes her heroes. Mac is overly intense...so much so that he frequently doesn’t listen to Jane when she says she doesn’t want something, because he’s reading her body and not listening to her words. He insists she likes what he’s doing and she eventually agrees. But I didn’t like how controlling he seemed. I also didn’t care for the fact that these two spent the majority of the night yelling, snapping and having kind of angry sex. So when it came time for the love, I wasn’t feeling it. And Mac got borderline insane about keeping her with him. Fortunately he realized he was going overboard, but he was mostly unapologetic for his overall attitude, only how he went about dealing with her wanting to leave. And then next thing you know, he’s talking about getting married and she wants babies right away and I’m like - WAIT. He’s volatile and has already shown how crazy he can get...you really want to jump into marriage that quick? Way too much intensity. Makes for a sexy story, but not a very romantic one for me. Exposed - Donna Kauffman - 4 /5 - Austin Morgan, a jet-setting fashion photographer, is heading home to Rogue’s Hollow, while Delilah (Del), an homebody advertising photographer is heading home to New York. They meet up up on a train, stranded in the snow, stuck outside of reality. They’re instantly captivated with one another and immediately start a hot fling. Both are caught up in the fantasy, which Del believes is what increases the hotness factor. Austin wants to carry on this “affair/relationship” once they’re off the train, but Del has serious doubts about whether they could hack it in the real world...especially given their very different lifestyle. Overall this was a pretty hot read with a great meet up, plenty of “getting to know you” interaction that isn’t straight up sexual and enough angst to make this good. The obstacle - can this intense time last outside of their current circumstances - is very believable, and compounded by the fact that Austin lives everywhere and Del likes stability and security. And both come to realize that the lifestyle they have isn’t worth anything without the other, so they agree to play things by ear and see what works for them. My only real complaint here (other than the typical novella issues too short, not enough time together, etc.) was that there wasn’t an epilogue to show us how they’d finally worked out. It sort of left a problem largely unsolved (but under construction) and didn’t really give resolution for it, which a quick epilogue would have solved that handily. Pure Ginger - E.C. Sheedy - 2/5 - Ginger has been flashy and attracting the wrong kind of guys, so she decides to go with the repressed, spinster fashion in order to stop giving off the message that she wants a “bad boy.” Unfortunately, Cal Beaumontt also takes one look at her fashion and decides she’s not cut out to handle the PR for the opening of his theater. But she manages to change his mind. The more he gets to know of her the more Cal realizes there’s a hot, sexy woman underneath and he wants her like he’s never wanted a woman before. Ginger, although strongly attracted to Cal, is reluctant to sleep with him because she’s afraid he’ll turn out to be another “bad boy.” Just an okay story. I didn’t care much for Cal and his completely ignoring everything Ginger was telling him. I mean the point of her whole wardrobe choice was to be chosen for who she is rather than what she looks like. And although he’s attracted without knowing what’s underneath the baggy clothes, he’s weirded out by it. It isn’t until he sees her boobs in a t-shirt that he becomes comfortable with his attraction and makes the decision to sleep with her. Of course he doesn’t care that she’s trying to protect her heart or that she’s hoping for a long-term relationship, he just wants to have sex with her. It isn’t until after he’s slept with her that he thinks maybe they could have more. I’m getting tired of guys like that, and unfortunately there wasn’t much time for him to establish that he anything going in his personality other than the smug charm.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Irene Angel

    all these bad boys books make me wish that reality was different... why why WHY!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    rebecca j

    More sex than story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jo Reads Romance

    What a waste… 2 stars Meltdown by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall is a great headhunter and she’s determined to snag her next client even if it means stealing him away from hotel CEO, Michael “Mac” Mcnamara. Mac plans to find out what Jane’s really up to even if that means he has to seduce it out of her. This story started of well but pretty soon turned into absolute trash. Mac was such a bully that it was uncomfortable to read. I like an alpha male as much as the next girl but Mac’s treatment o What a waste… 2 stars Meltdown by Shannon McKenna Jane Duvall is a great headhunter and she’s determined to snag her next client even if it means stealing him away from hotel CEO, Michael “Mac” Mcnamara. Mac plans to find out what Jane’s really up to even if that means he has to seduce it out of her. This story started of well but pretty soon turned into absolute trash. Mac was such a bully that it was uncomfortable to read. I like an alpha male as much as the next girl but Mac’s treatment of Jane was emotionally abusive and I was horrified that anyone would class this as romance. Dreadful. Exposed by Donna Kauffman All Delilah Hudson wants is to get home for Christmas – too bad she’s stranded on a train in the middle of a blizzard. As soon as photographer, Austin Morgan, spies Delilah he’s interested in capturing her in more than just a shot. Perhaps they can heat up the holidays together. This was a fairly bland story with characters I didn’t empathise with, identify with or particularly care for. The sex within five minutes of meeting each other seemed seedy rather than sexy and the thought of a stranger taking naked pictures of me gave me the creeps rather than turned me on! Pure Ginger by E.C. Sheedy Ginger Cameron is fed up with being judged solely on her looks. So she decides to change her look to something a little more dowdy. Cal Beaumann needs to hire Ginger to do PR work but he doesn’t believe that this girl is as straight laced as she appears. So he sets out to uncover her secrets one by one. Easily the best story of this anthology, I still couldn’t identify much with Ginger. It was all a bit ridiculous and the silly conflict at the end of the story was a bit high school for my tastes. The best, but still not so great. This book has been sitting on my shelf for years waiting to be read. I’m actually beginning to wish I’d left it there to gather dust because I really didn’t enjoy it. I’ve previously read other books in the ‘Bad Boys’ series – and by these authors – and enjoyed them, so this book was a little bit of a waste. There are much (much) better romantic anthologies out there and I would recommend you give this one a miss and try one of them. 2 stars and the extra star is only for E.C. Sheedy’s tale which wasn’t too bad.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lana

    I wish I could do half stars. I liked stories 2 and 3. Not a fan of story 1.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Had to stop at the 50% mark. Started off really great–fresh writing and original concept. But the halt starts at about the 30% mark and never quite picks up again.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I really liked the 2nd and 3rd stories. Shannon McKenna's story was ok, but the hero was a little too much for me: too arrogant, too pushy, too out of control. Donna Kauffman's story was great – I'd already read one of Austin's brothers' story in another anthology and liked it, too. The story by E.C. Sheedy is the first I've read by her. I wasn't thrilled with the heroine, but overall the story was good with excellent chemistry between H & h. I really liked the 2nd and 3rd stories. Shannon McKenna's story was ok, but the hero was a little too much for me: too arrogant, too pushy, too out of control. Donna Kauffman's story was great – I'd already read one of Austin's brothers' story in another anthology and liked it, too. The story by E.C. Sheedy is the first I've read by her. I wasn't thrilled with the heroine, but overall the story was good with excellent chemistry between H & h.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Alcazar

    03/25/13: This review is for all 4 stories that make up Donna Kauffman's Men of Rogues Hollow ... ALL FANTASTIC. I loved reading about all four brothers finding their happily ever after. If I had to rate the stories from best forward, I would put Austin as my favorite then Tag, third comes Burke and last is Jace BUT all 4 stories were 5 stars in their own way..... 03/25/13: This review is for all 4 stories that make up Donna Kauffman's Men of Rogues Hollow ... ALL FANTASTIC. I loved reading about all four brothers finding their happily ever after. If I had to rate the stories from best forward, I would put Austin as my favorite then Tag, third comes Burke and last is Jace BUT all 4 stories were 5 stars in their own way.....

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    Meh . . . . the Kauffman was the worst, but none of the three stories was all that inspiring. It seemed like I was reading this book forever. I have Tag Morgan's story also from the library but at this point I don't much care about him, I have at least another week to make up my mind if I want to spend reading time on his book. Gads, the Kauffman went on forever, and ever, and ever. Yikes. Meh . . . . the Kauffman was the worst, but none of the three stories was all that inspiring. It seemed like I was reading this book forever. I have Tag Morgan's story also from the library but at this point I don't much care about him, I have at least another week to make up my mind if I want to spend reading time on his book. Gads, the Kauffman went on forever, and ever, and ever. Yikes.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adriana

    Bad Boys Next Exit Exposed by Donna Kauffman 4 Stars-It was a very good story. Meltdown by Shannon McKenna 4 Stars-It was a very good story. Pure Ginger by E.C. Sheedy 4 Stars-It was a very good story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Noor

    Meltdown, By Shannon McKenna - 5 STARS Exposed, By Donna Kauffman - 4 STARS Pure Ginger, By E.C Sheedy - 3 STARS

  14. 4 out of 5

    colleen

    read 11.07.06

  15. 4 out of 5

    Wminbc

    I love Mac!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    FayAnn

    To me these weren't really my style of bad boys. Mine are the rough & tough, mean looking, military/uniformed personnel, biker etc. But all in all they were GREAT guys. This book was worth reading! To me these weren't really my style of bad boys. Mine are the rough & tough, mean looking, military/uniformed personnel, biker etc. But all in all they were GREAT guys. This book was worth reading!

  17. 4 out of 5

    ~♥*Marianna*♥~

    Meltdown by Shannon McKenna - 5 Stars Exposed by Donna Kauffman - 4.5 Stars Pure Ginger by E.C. Sheedy - 3 Stars

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    only read two of three exposed was good sheedys ws cheesy and unrealistc and the language got turn off bad and they were during the sex scenes not good.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bark | Ladies Of Horror Fiction

    Updating my "read" books. I reviewed this for All About Romance years ago. The review is archived HERE . Updating my "read" books. I reviewed this for All About Romance years ago. The review is archived HERE .

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kari

    3 stars strictly because of the 2nd story. I was disappointed with Shannon McKenna's. 3 stars strictly because of the 2nd story. I was disappointed with Shannon McKenna's.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ann Mulholland

    decent collection of short romance stories. liked Pure Ginger the best

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kerry Officer

  23. 4 out of 5

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