- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- August 2010
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Taryn Blaze is the reigning queen of rock-n-roll. An ultimate diva who's never been refused anything or anyone--until the hunky security guard doesn't show at the prescribed time, dressed in the white silk boxers her assistant had delivered to him. Outraged, Taryn does what she always does when she doesn't get her way--she throws a tantrum.
Derek Abrahms, a locally hired security guard, is thrilled when Taryn notices him, but instead of recognizing him from her past, she orders him to her hotel room for a night of lusty passion. Determined to teach the diva a lesson, he does what no man has ever done before--he denies the goddess.
When Taryn unleashes her prima dona temper, can Derek remind her of the sweet girl she once was? Or is his Diva-Licious just too wild to tame?
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Dec 16, 2010 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
146 people found the following review helpful
Sexy and wicked fun, Diva-Licious never pretended to be anything but an erotic romance that promised to deliver the goods.
Taryn Blake is a worldwide sensation, a singing diva who's forgotten her roots, until a boy--now a man--from her past reminded her of what she really wanted in life.
The hero, Derek Abrahms, is one yummy, hot stud. Taryn practically drooled at her first sight of him. But Derek has heart, he wanted more than just a one-night stand with the girl who'd captured his heart for so long now. So--get this!--he refused her. I have to admit, that's not something I've seen in an erotic romance before. Too often, the couple (or more) go at it at every opportunity.
But it worked, because it made Taryn see him in a whole new light. The sex scenes were hot and steamy, and there was some spanking that was meant to "punish" that became erotic.
Overall, the story was the short, hot fix I needed and I loved the story. However, I have a small gripe in that I feel Taryn's revelations and change of heart is a bit too fast, since I didn't get that she was dissatisfied with her life at the start or that she was "searching". In fact, she came across as being very satisfied with what she had in life and wouldn't mind if it continued for some time to come. But that didn't detract from my enjoyment of this fun story.
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