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Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Temptation Heat 224 pages.

Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Temptation Heat 224 pages. Published March 25th 2003 by Harlequin Temptation. New York Times and USA Today bestseller Vicki Lewis Thompson believes love makes the world go around and laughter makes the trip worth taking. The recipient of RWA’s Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award and the author of more than ninety books, Vicki pioneered a new kind of romance hero with Nerd in Shining Armor.

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Vicki Lewis Thompson13 czerwca 2014. But that was before the gorgeous redhead purposely set out to drive him wild. Now Molly has him right where she wants him–in her bed, seducing him within an inch of his life. HarperCollins UK. 1. Dodaj do listy życzeń. and one sizzling night with her driver, Alec Masterson. Więcej tytułów autora: Vicki Lewis Thompson. This cowboy can handle the heat.

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Vicki Lewis Thompson (b. United States) is a best-selling American writer of over seventy romance novels. She has also been published under the pseudonyms Cory Kenyon and Corey Keaton with Mary Tate Engels. Vicki Lewis was born on in the United States. in English from the University of Arizona. She worked as a journalist and a high school English teacher before deciding that she would try to write romance novels

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Aspiring novelist Molly Drake wants only two things out of life--a book contract...and one sizzling night with her driver, Alec Masterson. The contract seems unlikely, especially since, according to her agent, Molly's incredible sensual fantasies about Alec aren't so incredible on paper. But as for Alec...well, Molly's decided to take him for the ride of his life--and make sure that the trip is something worth writing about....

For months, part-time chauffeur Alec Masterson has been trying in vain to put the brakes on his infatuation with Molly. But that was before the gorgeous redhead purposely set out to drive him wild. Now Molly has him right where she wants him--in her bed, seducing him within an inch of his life. And all Alec can think about is convincing Molly to take him for more than just a test-drive....

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Novelist Molly Drake is ready to break out of her cozy niche writing mysteries and try writing something hot and heavy. The problem is, her version of hot and heavy is... not. But she knows just who can help broaden her horizons on that front - her sexy chauffeur Alec Masterson. But when deeper feelings intrude on their fun and games, can they keep their hearts from getting broken?

Masterfully crafted, this story is not. It has the feel of someone young writing for young readers. Maybe that's mostly because the hero has been in college for ten years, flitting from major to major and never sticking with one for long - a fact awkwardly illustrated by his forced usage of terminology related to said majors, which Molly comments on so he can list all the ones he's dabbled in. When she says he looks like he's lit up inside: "I feel like I am. Like I'm a... rechargeable battery... hooked up to the power source." (electrical engineering); when he leaves her sprawled on the bed for a minute: "Let's get you a little more stable. You're cantilevered out a little too far for my comfort." (architecture); when she's feeling faint: "Breathe deep. Through your nose. It gets the oxygen to your brain." (premed).

Another thing that adds to the juvenile feel of the book is their nervousness and awkwardness when they first get together. Alec plans nervously in his head in a way that was reminiscent of a high school virgin, e.g. 'First of all, he'd buy her a single rose. Nice touch. When he walked into the room, he'd approach her slowly and present the rose. He'd look deeply into her eyes, and then he'd kiss her. The kiss should last a long time. If he intended to drive her wild, he should draw out the process.' That's understandable in reality, but it's not sexy or charming in a fictional hero.

Because of these issues, it was sometimes a struggle to view Alec as a romantic hero. But, he was also a good guy, charming at times, and frequently hot (although it didn't help when Molly described him thusly: "His manly pecs were decorated with downy hair and punctuated with nipples the color of milk chocolate."

As for Molly, she is a so-so heroine who does not particularly stand out as far as heroines go, except for the fact that the reader may want to smack her upside the head repeatedly. She's so stubbornly dim witted in her overreaction to the fact that if they pursue a relationship, Alec will have to - gasp! - balance her with his studies! For chrissake, people have REAL relationship problems. Deciding to TRY and balance studies/love life is not one of them. She also agonizes over telling him about her secret ghostwriting identity. Either he's not an important enough fling for it to matter, or he's important enough that she should just tell him, or at least call her writing "partner" on the phone right away and tell her she's going to tell him.

It was also curious that Molly and Alec get together to give her more wild sexual experience so she doesn't write flat, awkward love scenes, but their own lovemaking, while quite hot at times, is also tinged with embarrassingly inorganic bits ("Do me, Alec. Do me now."; 'And now that she'd experienced his penis up close and personal, she knew it was the jumbo model.'; "Don't tell me you don't want to do this. You're drenched in eau de arousal.")

Is it horrible from beginning to end? No, definitely not. Is it finely crafted and superbly written? No. DEFINITELY not. This is a relatively fun bit of fluff, but not a good representative of either the romance genre in general or Vicki Lewis Thompson's work specifically. For a better light, short read, try her Sons of Chance series, Wanted!, Ambushed!, and Claimed!.
After ten years of college, Alec Masterson is working on his fifth choice of a major and paying the bills by working as chauffer. Little does he suspect that his favorite client, Molly Drake, has him starring both in her fantasies and in her latest novel. Then Alec's actions as a Good Samaritan result in his being late to pick Molly up for an extremely important train ride into the city. Consequently, he offers to drive her from her home in Connecticut to her appointment in New York City. Anticipating good news regarding her latest literary venture, Molly says she hopes they will have something to celebrate on the way home.
A successful career ghostwriting cozy mysteries has Molly longing to have her own name on a book spine. Shifting genres, Molly pens a sensual romance. Unfortunately, her editor rejects her effort, suggesting she needs to get beyond her contrived and stilted sex scenes. Stunned and more than a little disappointed, Molly decides she needs practical experience. Soon Alec offers to help her "research" and they begin what believe to be a fling. It does not take long for them to drive each other wild!
Once again Vicki Lewis Thompson pens an absolutely sizzling romance in DRIVE ME WILD. Thompson's gift for bringing together opposites who refuse to compromise their intrinsic identities allows her characters to embrace their differences and revel in their individuality in a story where everyone wins. Moreover, Thompson breaks new ground as Molly and Alec daringly indulge their wildest fantasies, which could easily result in her fans rushing to the local video camera department. Indeed, Molly and Alec's naughty escapades will certainly inspire the most jaded of readers! This amusing romantic romp is filled with sensuality and sexuality while still providing a marvelous plot that really keeps the pages turning. DRIVE ME WILD earns the WordWeaving Award for Excellence.
Here I am, late to the party. Not because I just read the book, but because I didn't think to check on reviews here until now. I see one yay and one nay so I thought I'd share my .02 worth.

I love this book. I love everything about it. The characters, Molly and Alec, are fantastic. Molly is a talented writer, but unsure of herself. Sweet and loving and beautiful to boot. I see why Alec is having fantasies. And Alec, well he's my favorite hero to date. I love the sweet, fumbling, humble, but sexy guy and I don't find him very often. Together these two are incredible. I have literally, hundreds of books, probably read thousands, and this is one I keep coming back to time and time again. From beginning to end it's just great. The love scenes are sweet and hot. Just the way I like them, but there's enough emotion in here to make me cry. Bravo!
This is a terrible story with terrible writing. Molly and Alec are friends first; Alec has been Molly's chauffer for about 6 months. Molly is a ghostwriter who wants to break into erotic literature, and Alec is a confused young 20something with no ambition and no usable skills. Molly and Alec hook-up sexually after exchanging just a few words. The book was terrible - the writing was drab and uninteresting, the characters were shallow and lifeless, and the `romance' was barely lukewarm - definitely not `heat.' Awful book, awful writing, a major ZERO RATING.
Drive Me Wild (Heat) download epub
Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson
ISBN: 0373691211
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Erotica
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin (April 1, 2003)