Wolf With Benefits

Wolf With Benefits

eBook - 2013
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Ricky Lee has no plans of getting serious about anyone, but he will protect Toni Jean-Louis Parker. Not just because he's been hired to do so, but because it's the right thing to do. And if that means travelling around the country with one complicated She-jackal, dealing with chocolate-eating wild dogs, instigating trouble between his brothers, and having the most amazing sex he's ever had. Well, who said his job didn't have perks? Toni doesn't know how she keeps getting herself into these situations. But even she has to admit there is something about Ricky Lee Reed that she finds kind of interesting. and downright sexy. Now they just have to survive long enough to figure out if what they have is worth fighting for.
Publisher: New York : Brava, 2013.
ISBN: 9781496700025
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: text file
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Sarah1984
Sep 05, 2014

14/5 - I think this is the largest number of pages Laurenston has gone without anyone having sex with anyone else (main or secondary couple). The closest Toni has gotten to Ricky Lee is accidentally sleeping on his chest on the couch after a hard first day at work. It's actually quite refreshing to be able to say with absolute honesty that the character development side of the story has been fully satisfied, and that the secondary characters aren't just shells to fill out the main couple's backstory. I would be interested to read Cooper, Oriana, and Delilah's own stories, especially Delilah's as she is quite the enigma at the moment and Toni's worry, not for Delilah but for the people she meets, is intriguing/disturbing.

If I was rating based on the fact that this is Laurenston I would be giving it a 2, but without the Laurenston brand I think it would be worth a 3. Before the sex appeared, before I was disappointed with it, I was giving it a 4 for the hilarious dialogue, but my issues with the sex are really bringing the rating down. I think somewhere between 2.5 and 3 is fair, which would be my lowest rating for a Laurenston, so far. Sad that my final Laurenston for a while was a below par offering.

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May 03, 2013

after reading the first 3 chapters I had to go back and re-read them again because they were so funny.
This has to be the best book I've read this year so far. Highly amusing and entertaining, It didn't have that conflict between hero & heroine that most romances have somewhere that they have to overcome It acctually didn't have alot of Ricky/Toni romance like the summary would suggest, (their romance consists of sex in russia and an I love you at the very end, I'm talking last page here). It mostly focuses on Toni's family and a whole bunch of shifters from previous books. so it would be really helpfull to read the first couple books

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Sep 05, 2014

Sarah1984 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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