- Paperback: 316 pages
- Publisher: Red Sage Publishing, Inc. (December 1, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1603100016
- ISBN-13: 978-1603100014
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.6 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,540,423 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Secrets, Vol. 21: Primal Heat Paperback – December 1, 2007
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"This perfect blend of story, romance and sizzling sensuality has hot alpha heroes and ladies who can hold their own with them. These stories will keep readers warm on a cold winter night." -- Kristin Ahlers of Romantic Times Book Reviews, December 2007
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CAGED WOLF by Cynthia Eden--Alerac La Morte has been drugged, kidnapped, and taken to some hole in the wall far from civilization. Even worse, Alerac realizes that his captor, Madison Langley, is actually his destined mate. Madison hates his kind--she blames Weres for the death of her father. But when captor is turned captive, will Alerac be able to convince her that he's not the monster she thinks, that wolves are true, and when they mate...it's forever?
GOOD VIBRATIONS by Kate St. James--Can one wild weekend really make up for two and a half years of planned celibacy? Lexi O'Brien has sworn off sex while she attends grad school, but when her favorite out-of-town customer asks her out, she indulges in an erotic fling. Little does she realize that Gage Templeton is moving to her city and has no intention of settling for a short-term affair.
VIRGIN OF THE AMAZON by Mia Varano--Virgin librarian, Anna Winter, gets lost on her Amazon vacation and stumbles upon a tribe whose shaman is looking for a pale-skinned virgin to deflower. Coop Daventry, a British adventurer and the tribe's self-styled chief, has a plan to save Anna from the shaman's bed. But which man poses a greater threat to Anna's virginity, the shaman or Coop himself?
WET DREAMS by Larissa Ione--Injured and on the run, DHS agent Brent Logan needs a miracle. What he gets is Wet Dream, a sport-fishing boat owned by Marina Summers, whose fledgling business is now in jeopardy, thanks to Brent. Pursued by killers and broken down in a fierce storm, they can do little but spend their final hours immersed in sensual pleasure. But the danger they face on the high seas is nothing compared to the danger to their hearts.
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Good Vibrations by Kate St. James - Plot was good, and the story could have worked, but the writing wasn't organized, so some things that the reader should have known were pulled out of nowhere, like the fact that Lexi's aunt knew Gage from a long time ago. It's like this big secret he's keeping, but we don't even find out that he's keeping a secret until the very end - it was just disjointed. The romance and sex was steamy and very arousing though.
Caged Wolf by Cynthia Eden - For a while I liked Cynthia Eden. But lately her additions to Secrets haven't been that great. Once again, we have a stupid, bossy, and weak, "heroine" who's annoyingly conceited and pathetic at the same time. I just couldn't stand her, so any sexy scenes lost heat because of how much I didn't like Madison.
Virgin of the Amazon by Mia Varano - This story was like porn. BAD porn. Written by a man. It was ridiculously inconceivable. Of course the "heroine" is this stunning, well-developed, blond ditz (yes, she was annoyingly stupid, and not because she was blond), who's miraculously still a virgin. It was such a stupid story; I even laughed at how dumb it was. I eventually gave up on it because Anna was just too unreal.
Wet Dreams by Larissa Ione - The only really good and well-written story was this one(IMO). The plot made sense, it was real, not corny, no unlikeable characters, intense and hot love scenes - a great story all-around. You really wanted to know the characters and read about them.