a manager working at a specialty gifts store whose free time
is spent in carnal indulgence. When she’s harassed by
thugs, the handsome, new security guard becomes more than
her knight in shining armor.
be the one to keep Susan safe? Or will she continue to
enjoy ‘extras’ with her good looking manager?
into scorching hot sex spiced up with splashes of intrigue,
Sins of Susan is the perfect read. Susan’s a
fiery, level headed woman who knows what she wants and gets
it all--in and out of the bedroom. She’s the type most
women love to hate, fear, and secretly wish they could be.
Her lover Norwood incited various feelings from me. I was
fascinated, and later resentful. Feelings of satisfaction
shifted the plot when the new security guy arrives on the
scene. When the level of danger, deception, and deviance
increase, you understand why the title fits so well.
wicked tale is a bubbling cauldron of sultry surprises. The
author keeps the narrative fun and sophisticated with a
subtle British dry undertone that made me smile. I truly
liked Susan’s contrasts; she’s seductively mysterious at
times and wantonly open and provocative at others. It made
me glad to know that a ‘bad’ girl can get her HEA without
being made an example or paying for her pleasure. Ms. Blair
doesn’t let me down by succumbing to that ancient double
standard of the wanton getting her nasty just desserts for
being as openly sexual as her male counterpart. Now that’s
what I call progress in women’s erotic romance.