Playing Easy to Get
New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon and rising stars Jaid Black and Kresley Cole unlock the pleasures and perils of embracing the boldest and most powerful of lovers -- 100% alpha males -- in three sensually erotic tales. Discover the physical rapture of his m
Two out of three ain't bad
Since the stories have been summarized very well in the two spotlight reviews, I'll just say what I thought of each one.
Turn Up the Heat by Sherrilyn Kenyon
I never thought that I would see the day when a Sherrilyn Kenyon story was the worst in a collection, but in this case it's true. Turn Up The Heat is another story about Sherrilyn Kenyon's BAD series, without having the agents at the forefront of the story. I didn't care for this story, but I'm not a big fan of the BAD series as a whole. It seemed to me that the way Allison and Vince fell in bed together was a bit too easy, and the gun-toting, trash-talking girl she eventually morphed into is nothing like the heroine we were set up for in the beginning. In my opinion, Turn Up the Heat wasn't the best way to begin this collection, but the other two stories more than make up for its faults.
Hunter's Oath by Jaid Black
Hunter's Oath was a surprisingly erotic and enticing tale. Johen seemed...
Playing Easy to Get is one of best selling in Anthologies category.