A Little Harmless Sex
ebook, 200 pages
Published February 6th 2007 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Is it love, or just a little harmless sex?
Max has always been Anna's knight in shining armor. But Max has always seen her as a charming, and very sexy, little sister. Until Max's cold fiance dumps him, Anna unloads another of her many conquests and she invites him over for margaritas and Mexican food. Too much tequila, too much flirting, and too many years of fighting the attraction-Max loses control and has mind-blowing sex with Anna on her couch. And in her shower. And in her bed. When the sun rises the next morning, both of them must face that their night together is just the first of many.
For Max, he knows he wants Anna forever, but convincing a commitment-phobe like Anna is no easy task. For Anna, she can't believe she has finally slipped beneath Max's steely self-control. He is every woman's dark, wet fantasy come true. But what happens when the Max pushes Anna for more than just A Little Harmless Sex?
Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex, graphic terms for body parts, torture via silk stockings, a little spanking, and shower and office sex.
First off, there is no office sex. And it's bad to tease about stuff like that.
The blurb sums this one up nicely. Max and Anna have always had a thing for eachother but the timing just never fit, until now. With the sexual tension out of the way, Anna realizes she always been in love with her best friend, the reason no other guy was worthy enough to keep around.
Max, meanwhile, decides he's figured out the details which contributed to the failure of all others before him. One, they were boys with no skill at dominating Anna's determination to control everything. And secondly, no other male has ever romanced his best friend. So he sets out to do just that and a battle of wills commences.
This was my first read of Melissa Schroeder and I have to admit that even though the story was very good, my biggest thrill actually came from her bio, specifically her dreams in life. Having lived in Georgia for most of my existence, I too wonder if there is such a place where bugs die. 4 out of 5 stars.