Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Wicked Burn by Beth Kerry

Wicked Burn was my first choice to kick off my reading list for the Readers of Romance Spring Challenge. This book came highly recommended by one of the fellow members, Cindy W.
Niall has a very troubled past and has been a member of the "walking dead" for the past three and half years. When accosted by her date in the hallway outside of her apartment her HOT neighbor comes to her defense. Vic and Niall go to his apartment for a drink one thing leads to another and you are faced with some really hot sex scenes.
Vic has awakened Niall's body, heart, and soul with the mix of his rough and gentle touches and bossy ways. She is still struggling with the tragedy of her past and a present that could ultimately destroy this erotic world that Niall and Vic have created around them. Vic has been burned once and now doesn't trust women enough to become emotionally involved, however there is something about the sadness in Niall's eyes that reaches towards him. Can Vic get over his past hurts in time to see just how much he and Niall need each other?
Wicked Burn started at high speed and maintained it throughout the entire story. Ms Kerry weaved passion and love between these two characters while pulling you in deeper and deeper. I really sympathized with Niall and everything that she endured only to come out of a cocoon and shine. It is a real page turner that will keep you sweating! I am going out and buying myself a copy to put on my keeper shelf for future reading. If you haven't had the pleasure of reading Wicked Burn, I highly recommend you Run, don't walk, out right now and buy it!!


Anonymous said...

Heather--I'll be back for your review! I'm in the midst of the story myself! I hope you enjoyed it :)

Heather said...

Hi Barbara, I was just over at your blog... I can't wait to hear what you think about Wicked Burn!

Kristie (J) said...

I really enjoyed this one too. It certainly qualifies as the hottest book I've read to date *g*

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