About the Book:
When Gemma climbs into the first apartment on her 'to burgle' list, she is distracted by something more enticing than money and jewels. A moment's hesitation, and she ends up paying for her crime in a most unexpected fashion.
All Shannah wants is a new pair of shoes. They are a bargain, but still not within her means. She finds a way to pay for them, but ends up with far more than she bargains for. Are they really worth the price she must pay?
Melissa is frustrated with her husband being away on business all the time. She takes desperate action in order to prompt a response from him, but she may have gone too far. She gets a response all right, and things become hotter than she thought they could. Does this naughty housewife manage to save her marriage, or not?
While cat sitting, Jess can't resist the urge to get comfortable. She makes herself at home and in the process crosses some boundaries that her 'host' is far from happy about. Fortunately, she also finds the means to her own—end.
Olivia 'The Cat' Davis thrives on the danger and thrill of jumping off buildings. The taller the better. As she attempts her ultimate jump, she is met with a stern warning that she has chosen the wrong building this time. If she survives the fall, will she survive the aftermath?
In pursuit of their selfish dreams, each one of these wildly beautiful but very naughty girls comes up against a man who can teach them right from wrong, and that there are consequences to their actions: consequences they are more than happy to dish up.
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Bad Girls and Bad Decisions
All that said, these stories were somewhat entertaining, but they left a bad taste in my mouth which kept me from feeling anything other than annoyance. Yes, sometimes the story was romantic (a little), like in Gemma and Scott's story when he hunts her down because he HAS to be with her again, but then the sensation is lost when he turns their reunion love making into a spank-fest. Nope. No thanks. Not for me.
This series of stories wasn't quite for me, but I can see how other people would enjoy it. For that reason, I will give this book a middling 3 Pulse Points.
I will try more Vanessa Liebe books in the future...I just hope it won't be a bad decision on my part.