Tuesday, February 11, 2014

MISBEHAVING by Tiffany Reisz

by Tiffany Reisz
ARC review
Published: February 11, 2014, Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin

My rating: 4.5 of 5 ⭐️

Scheduled to attend her foster sister's wedding, Beatriz isn't happy with the last minute review for the successful sex blog she writes. It's an interesting assignment, but presents her with one problem, it requires a partner. Normally not hesitant to pick up any willing player to assist her, the wedding crowd is limited and the one person suited for the 'position' is Ben. The gorgeous temptation on legs, who turned her once already in college. She wasn't about to go there again.

In college Ben had his reasons for staying away from Bea, although for the life of him, he couldn't remember them now. He doesn't need any convincing to assist Bea for the sake of research...... Except he could care less about the review, he just cares about getting another chance with a woman he should never have turned away in the first place.


A fabulously funny and racy novella, loosely based on Much Ado About Nothing. I doubt William Shakespeare ever went in such explicit detail, which is why we love Tiffany Reisz, no detail is spared, very descriptive!

Bea is a very passionate South American beauty who was fostered and went to school in the US. Very liberal, open and creative, she embodies a free spirit, strength and independence. She cannot be contained.

Ben worked very hard to get where he is. Back in college he was in danger of being swallowed up by all that was Bea, but now a bit older and satisfied with who he is, he is more than ready for her.

Absolutely adored the byplay between the more conventional couple to be married and Bea & Ben, who threw convention out the window. There is no judgement at all. There simply is an uninhibited enjoyment of sexual expression. And a ton of humour!!

✨Edgy, hilarious, hot and deliciously descriptive!!✨

**ARC provided by NetGalley and Harlequin in return for an honest review.**

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