Friday, January 14, 2011

Review: Rude, Nude, and Socially Unacceptable by Wynter Daniels

Rude, Nude, and Socially Unacceptable by Wynter Daniels

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Biker Nick Ramos needs help transforming his image. He hires his new hairdresser to make over his life, but he has an ulterior motive. He wants to get April into his bed.

April Conway is wary of all bikers since one destroyed her family. But Nick awakens secret desires she never knew she had. Betraying her family isn’t an option, but she is powerless to resist Nick’s erotic pull.

Clare C's Review

April is a preacher’s daughter forced to grow up too soon and pumped full of guilt because her mother ran off with a biker. Besides lending some guilt to her interactions with Nick, also a biker, this avenue is superficially explored. I was okay with that because I like my erotica guilt-free, like ice cream eaten after eight in the evening.

I liked April. She spent most of the novel trying to figure out who she was and what she wanted from life, and then she went after it. Nick is a self-assured, sexy hero who is perfect for her. This was a sexy romp, an erotic story that was more about the sex than anything else. The plot is a bit thin, but sometimes that’s all we’re after, isn’t it?

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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