British Bad Boys (Brava) by Nancy Warren is up first with three quick reads featuring Brit heroes. I wouldn't call any of them bad boys, however. Maybe Jack in the last of the three novellas would qualify, but it's still a stretch. Nonetheless, these three stories are easy, steamy reading. I think the second, 'Nights Round Arthur's Table', was my favorite, with its mystery author heroine and sexy hero. And this collection is definitely romance, while the next two are not. This one gets three of Cupid's five arrows.
Naughtier Bedtime Stories (Kensington) by Joan Elizabeth Lloyd is chock-full of hot little bedtime reads. But don't mistake this one for romance, because it isn't. This is strictly erotica. Some stories are hotter than others, just as some are a tad more believable than others. Still, it's a fun read, not a keeper for me, but fun. It also gets three arrows, just for the steam factor.
All Night Long (Aphrodisia) by Melissa MacNeal is last. This one has Lola Wright setting off on an erotic cruise with her fiance, only to find out the scum has left her with debts and no recourse but to agree to the wicked captain's suggestions for repayment. This one is strictly erotica, and definitely not for the faint-hearted. If you're looking for steam with no romancee, this might be just what you want. If you want some romance with your hot sex, or aren't at all adventurous in your reading material, you can skip this one for sure.
Until next time, happy reading!