WILDEST DREAMS will get your pulse racing and have you squirming in your seat. Rebecca wants the scoop on an "ungettable" story about Sebastian's hotels. She strikes a deal with the devil to pose as his wife in Maynard's "Suite Secrets," which is a spicy, sweet success.

Camelot is a top-notch secretary, but she never would have lobbied so hard for the job if she had known the effect Jonah's voice would have on her libido. Company policy prohibits law partners from dating employees, but some rules are meant to be broken. Leigh pens a rousing, sensuous read in "Voices Carry."

Rachel lives a dual life: Her friends and family thinks she writes inspirational novels, but her pseudonym is far more wicked. Fiction becomes reality when she meets her agent, Jake Nichols, for the first time and, in whirlwind fashion, her innermost fantasies are realized. McLane's "Cabin Fever" is pleasure-packed and very fun. (Dec. 2003, 288 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed by: 
Meredith J. Leo