SOME LIKE IT WILD
Wonderfully and wickedly humorous and touching, Medeiros' sequel to Some Like It Wicked is akin to a banquet filled with luscious and decadent
treats that have you longing for more. Storyteller extraordinaire Medeiros
creates tales to touch every part of
your heart, and this is no exception.
Nearly penniless, actresses Pamela and Sophie Darby are hunting for the long-lost -- and very wealthy --heir to a British title in the rugged Highlands when their coach is attacked by a highwayman. Never in his life has Connor Kincaid met a woman as infuriating, alluring and outspoken as fearless Pamela. He's stunned when she offers to strike a bargain with him by having him pose as the missing heir. So it's off to London, where their charade goes into high gear and Pamela suddenly finds herself installed in the home of Connor's father -- as his fiancee.
Caught in her own scheme, Pamela realizes there's no man who touches her like Connor. Though they might be considered enemies, they are becoming more than friends, as Connor's seduction leads to surrender and a growing passion. (AVON, Apr., 380 pp., $7.99)