Sexy as Hell PDF ☆ Sexy as ePUB Ò

Sexy as Hell PDF ☆ Sexy as ePUB Ò

Sexy as Hell [Read] ➺ Sexy as Hell ➶ Susan Johnson – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Librarian's note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00AJMYTBUIsolde Perceval Countess of Wraxall has no intention of marrying Not least the odious suitor who is out for her body and her mone Librarian's note This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN BAJMYTBUIsolde Perceval Countess of Wraxall has no intention of marrying Not least the odious suitor who is out for her body and her moneyThe Sexy as ePUB Ò luck of Osmond Baron Lennox seems to have run out When a dalliance with his mistress goes awry and the wrong woman is found in his bed he is trapped at the centre of Isolde's scheme to escape her situationMarriage now seems his only option but his last desire something they have in common But shared passion will draw them closer together than they could have ever imagined CC Gibbs was born and lives in the USA She is the author of over romance and erotica novels including the recent bestsellers Knight’s Mistress and Knight’s Game Many of her novels were originally published under the name Susan Johnson This book is intended for mature audiences.


10 thoughts on “Sexy as Hell

  1. SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ says:

    ★★★★ 12 Bruton Street Bookstore series book 2 of 4 Baron Lenox Oz’s relentless attempts at saving an innocent heiress he unintentionally compromised US EDITION SERIES INFO REVIEWBruton Street BookstoreBook 2Formats Kindle Paperback Same in the UK The Bruton Street Bookstore series courtesy Susan Johnson aka CC Gibbs is published by different publishers in the US and UK hence the different titles and covers Series follows four titled bachelor friends in London in the early 1890’sThese are stand alones but most enjoyed if read in orderBook 1 Year 1891Gorgeous As Sin US Desire Laid Bare UK Book 2 Year 1892Sexy As Hell US Promise Laid Bare UK Book 3 Year 1893Sweet As The Devil US Temptation Laid Bare UK Book 4 Year 1894Seductive As Flame US Intensity Laid Bare UK OSMOND BARON LENOX “OZ” 22 yearsbusiness mogul playboyblack hairdark eyes ISOLDE PERCEVAL 20 yearsheiressblond hairvirgin Sexy As Hell is the second book in the Bruton Street Bookstore series It’s 1892 and Fitz’s book 1 good friend Baron Lenox Oz who recently returned from India where he has made a fortune finds himself in bed with the innocent Isolde Perceval For Oz it was a matter of mistaken identity but for Isolde it was a way to lose her virginity to escape marriage to a lecherous man after her fortuneWhat else can Oz do but marry her? Except Isolde has no intentions of getting married to anyone Follow them in their suspenseful whirlwind romance with enemies set on revenge and destructionHero rating 45 stars Heroine rating 4 starsSex scenes rating 45 starsSex scenes freuency 45 starsStoryline concept rating 4 starsStorytelling skills rating 5 starsStory ending rating 5 starsOverall rating 45 starsWould I recommend this series YesWould I re read this book Maybe laterWould I read future books by this author Yes Be sure to join CCGibbsFANS here on GR for the latest newsPublic group for members 18 years and older


  2. SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ says:

    ★★★★ 12 Bruton Street Bookstore series book 2 of 4 Baron Lenox Oz’s relentless attempts at saving an innocent heiress he unintentionally compromised UK EDITION SERIES INFO REVIEWBruton Street BookstoreBook 2Formats Kindle Paperback Same in the US The Bruton Street Bookstore series courtesy Susan Johnson aka CC Gibbs is published by different publishers in the US and UK hence the different titles and covers Series follows four titled bachelor friends in London in the early 1890’sThese are stand alones but most enjoyed if read in orderBook 1 Year 1891Gorgeous As Sin US Desire Laid Bare UK Book 2 Year 1892Sexy As Hell US Promise Laid Bare UK Book 3 Year 1893Sweet As The Devil US Temptation Laid Bare UK Book 4 Year 1894Seductive As Flame US Intensity Laid Bare UK OSMOND BARON LENOX “OZ” 22 yearsbusiness mogul playboyblack hairdark eyes ISOLDE PERCEVAL 20 yearsheiressblond hairvirgin Sexy As Hell is the second book in the Bruton Street Bookstore series It’s 1892 and Fitz’s book 1 good friend Baron Lenox Oz who recently returned from India where he has made a fortune finds himself in bed with the innocent Isolde Perceval For Oz it was a matter of mistaken identity but for Isolde it was a way to lose her virginity to escape marriage to a lecherous man after her fortuneWhat else can Oz do but marry her? Except Isolde has no intentions of getting married to anyone Follow them in their suspenseful whirlwind romance with enemies set on revenge and destructionHero rating 45 stars Heroine rating 4 starsSex scenes rating 45 starsSex scenes freuency 45 starsStoryline concept rating 4 starsStorytelling skills rating 5 starsStory ending rating 5 starsOverall rating 45 starsWould I recommend this series YesWould I re read this book Maybe laterWould I read future books by this author Yes Be sure to join CCGibbsFANS here on GR for the latest newsPublic group for members 18 years and older


  3. Katie(babs) Katie(babs) says:

    What would you say about a historical romance male character who has slept with enough women to make him a walking STD a proud alcoholic who is not ashamed to admit that he can drink five glasses of brandy each night and uses sex to manipulate the heroine into having feelings for him or forcing her to do what he says? Does this scream what a romantic hero should be? Apparently Susan Johnson thinks so with Osmond the so called hero of Sexy as Hell This man has all these traits which is the farthest from what I believe a hero should be Osmond Baron Lennox known to his friends and lovers as Oz has a great deal of luck on his side His one redeemable attribute even if you can call it that because it’s just thrown in haphazardly is that he spends his time translating rare manuscripts Oz loves to drink massive amounts of alcohol so much that the amount he gulps down would cause a normal man to have alcohol poisoning But this is not the case because remember Oz is the dashing rakish hero so he gets a free pass Not only is he skilled at cards but very good at pleasuring many married women disillusioned with their own marriages He relishes in screwing every one of these women because as well as loving to drink he's obsessed with sex I really do think oz is a sex addict But this is all fine and dandy because Oz is a bachelor His latest paramour is waiting for him at a hotel in London’s Soho Suare Oz ends up in the wrong hotel room thinking the woman in the bed is his mistress But this case of mistake identity leads to a better night in store for Oz The woman Oz meets in the darkened room is Isolde Perceval Countess of Wraxell She thinks Oz is an actor she’s paid to act as if they were in the middle of having sex She wants to be caught by her barrister and some of the employees of the hotel This will stop her selfish and dastardly cousin Frederick from marrying her so he can gain access to her fundsOz finds the whole situation hilarious and since he and Isolde have already been caught in bed why not spend the night together pleasuring one another? He comes to the conclusion and rather uickly that Isolde is special because he feels “curiously alive for the first time in ages” He has no explanation for why he feels this way but because of that one line Johnson assumes it is enough for the reader to believe Oz and Isolde are soul mates and all the bed play can commence regardless of the countless times Oz has been in between a woman’s legs before You must take everything at face value just because Oz is so skilled and you know the sex he and Isolde have will be scorching hot Isolde finds Oz to be a bit odd but welcomes her ravishment Both have a wonderful night together Oz isn’t ready to let Isolde go because again there is just something so special about her and offers a solution to her family problems He recommends they have a marriage of convenience and pretend to have fallen madly in love with one another After some time they will get a divorce Isolde agrees because Oz has a magic wee wee and her body responds to him in ways not even with her ex lover who dumped her for a plain rich cowThis marriage of convenience is a very unexpected for both because they can’t keep their hands off one another These two do not make love in any shape Readers what Oz and Isolde have is plain old hard core sex But through this physical activity Oz begins to care for Isolde in ways he has never cared for another woman Isolde can’t help but feel jealous over Oz’s past lovers and wants his attention exclusively on her These two desire both to the point of madness but there is still a uestion of trust and Oz’s own growing jealous over a past love of Isolde’s who thinks she is open to an affair with him now that she has married a well known libertine Isolde runs hot and cold and is not afraid of voicing her opinion about Oz’s past his issues with alcohol and reasoning for things She reminded me of a shrill harpy and for the life of me I couldn’t figure out why Oz wanted to be with her Oz lives in the moment and for pleasure And if he doesn’t get what he wants right away he uses coercion which Isolde can’t help but succumb to And because of that their relationship is in tatters and honestly the way things ends makes me believe these two will never be happy with one another I can see Oz cheating on Isolde time and again I am at a loss on how this can be considered a romanceSusan Johnson does have a very particular audience and if you are fine with an alcoholic spoiled man cheating on Isolde with a one dimensionally written ex lover as well as insulting Isolde because she denies him sex then Sexy as Hell may be book for you Oz constantly uses sex as an excuse to overpower the annoying self righteous Isolde I really had to hold back from throwing this book against the wall when Oz cheats on the Isolde with his former skanky married mistress just because the Isolde was honest with Oz about his spoiled attitude and lifestyle I would never ever recommend this book to anyone Sexy as Hell is one big eye rolling train wreck


  4. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    I would have given Sexy As Hell 4 12 stars if Susan would have written an epilogue The story did end good but it would have been better had Susan added an epilogueFirst off I must say that Sexy As Hell reads like most of Susan's other historical's Either you love them or you hate them Her hero's always drink a lot and her Rake's are truely Rake's that have slept with many woman married or not The hero in this book Oz is no different He drinks to excess because of the loss of loved one's in the pass and uses sex also to forget He is very young handsome and has a lot of money He drinks to much and love's sex which he is very good at Of course like any of Susan's hero's he has the body of a god and a rather nice package that he can use all night long lolThe heroine Isolde is a wealthy Countess in her own right but she has a Male relative who wants to marry her to get control of her money because he has gambling losses he needs to pay off Oz marries her to save her from his evil clutches It is a marriage of convenience and they plan to divorce as soon as they get the cousin totally out of her lifeIsolde figures out uickly that he is a rake and understands that this is just a business arrangement She can't help but want him as all the other woman do and of course this bothers her She does not however gush all over him She figures she will take what she can while she can because Oz is just too good to pass upJust like many of Susan's historical's they part at one point and he does carry on with several other woman at this point So if you don't like the hero bedding another woman this book is not for you He does realize at the end of the book that she is his everything I really wished Susan would have had that epilogue thoughThat being said I really liked this book and look forward to the next one Sweet As The Devil I have been a Susan Johnson fan for a long time and will continue to be her fan


  5. Lelyana Lelyana says:

    THIS BOOK IS DEFINITELY NOT FOR ME WELL IF THE AUTHOR MEANT IT TO BE EROTICA BOOK THAT'S OKAY IF THE READERS NEED TO SEE A HERO THAT CHEATED ON HIS WIFE THIS BOOK IS FOR YOUHOW COULD A FUCKING ASSHOLE MANWHORE LIKE THIS SET AS A HERO IN HISTORICAL ROMANCE HE FUCKED THE GIRLMARRY HER FUCKED HER LEAVE HER TO FUCKED ANOTHER WOMEN YES WOMEN NOT JUST ONE OF THEMC'MON AUTHOR IF YOU MEANT IT TO BE HISTORICAL ROMANCE THERE IS NO HISTORICAL AND NO ROMANCE IT'S JUST SEX SEX SEXAND THIS ONE NAUSEATED ME I ALWAYS CANNOT UNDERSTAND THE PLOT WHEN A MAN HE SHOULD BE A HERO RIGHT?FREELY TOOK HIS BITCH TO HIS SOCIAL LIFE WHEN EVERYBODY IN TOWN KNOWS HE'S A HAPPY MARRIED MANAND FUCKED THE BITCHMORE THAN ONE EVEN HOTTER THAN HE DID IT WITH HIS WIFE EXPLANATION IN GRAPHIC FFS OH AND THE HEROINE WAS A DOORMAT DEFINITELY DOORMAT WELLYOU CAN SAY HEYIT'S HAPPEN EVERY TIME BUT LET ME REMIND YOUTHAT KIND OF STORY DOES NOT HAPPEN IN HISTORICAL ROMANCE I HATE THE BOOK DEFINITELY I HAD BURNED IT AFTER I FINISH IT GIRLS IF YOU NOT INTO A CHEATING HERO THIS IS NOT A BOOK FOR YOU AS WELL HATE IT TO THE BONES


  6. Melanie Melanie says:

    Ick I just finished this Please tell me her other books are better at least no cheating please I'm a big fan of the whole redeemed rake thing and I can even stomach a cheating herowithin reason and not a post wedding man whore like this one as long as there's a good grovelling scene or at least if the heroine makes the hero work for forgiveness This one is a 1 for me I'm really disappointed because the plot could have been great but view spoilerThe ass cheated on her Not once not twice but over and over And with two different women And the worst???? HE NEVER FING APOLOGIZES I'm serious No groveling nothing I get it He has problems He was in love with his now dead Indian girlfriend He's good in bed Ok But what kind of romance is this??? yeah the sex was hot but seriously? Oz never talks to Isolde about his past There is absolutely no connection between hero and heroine other than great sex and the fact that she's not demandingLet's not also forget that the heroine is also one of the heroines you start out liking oh how refreshing she doesn't put up a fuss that he's had sex with all the women in London but end up hating Seriously? She has sex with him again after running into him with his mistress???? Not to mention the fact that he's sooo convinced that she's cheating on him and that the baby isn't his?? And did I mention that he DOESN'T APOLOGIZE????? AAAAArgh What a terrible romance I liked the first half ok but after he first leaves her I felt only disgust with the hero and with that lily livered heroine Seriously? She sleeps with him again while they're separated??? AAAAAAAAAArrrrgh Can anyone say doormat??? hide spoiler


  7. LuvGirl LuvGirl says:

    This one was my least favorite of SJ's newer books From the beginning I just never felt a true connection between Isolde and Oz And in the end I still felt that he was still in love with his first love Khdair It annoyed me that he never even told Isolde about her I still remain loyal to my favorite author sJ though she still writes the best rakes


  8. Anne Anne says:

    There were lots of sex scenes but not much in the way of character development The hero and I use that word lightly starts out as a proud alcoholicand ends up a proud alcoholic He also starts out as a man whoreand pretty much stays a man whore until the veeeeery last possible moment Really this story needed an epilogue because I found myself snorting out Yeah right Suuuuure you love her at the end of the book The heroine is not much better her personality alternating between needy and petulant and her annoying jealousy over his manymanymanymany past lovers was just stupid Neither of the characters redeemed themselves at the end either Maybe they just decided that no one else would put up with them? I really don't know what was going through the author's head but she kept throwing in random and useless story lines that didn't serve any purpose other than to take up paper For example toward the end the hero is poisoned by some 'mystery enemy' Then he recovers End of plot line No seriously That was it What did it have to do with the story? Nothing Not A Thing Did it convince him that life was short and he needed the heroine's love? No Did she sit by his deathbed and keep watch over him? No Nothing It was just a little tidbit thrown into an already convoluted storyLast but certainly not least are the words pulsing vagina Gaaaah If you decide to read this book be prepared for lots and lots of pulsing vaginas and pouty vulvas Hmmm I'm glad I read this book because now I have the answer to the age old uestion Can a vulva pout? Evidently it can


  9. iamGamz iamGamz says:

    Oh My God I thought Gorgeous As Sin was a bit trying to read this book was tedium It started off so promising and then devolved into such a mess that I wanted to rip my hair out I should have stopped but I needed to know what the resolution would be between Oz and Isolde He cheated on her over and over again after abandoning her pregnant and in the country She is supposed to be a woman who is strong and independent and yet she continues to fall in bed with a man who so disregards her feelings that he left one woman's bed and jumped into hers No sex is that goodI was okay with Oz until I learned he was only Twenty two How is he running one of the largest banking companies in the world at twenty two? At what age did he start that he was able to garner such a brutal reputation at such a young age? That really threw me off And how old is Isolde? Is she older than Oz? This book left me annoyed The ending Really??? After reading through all that bunk I got a crap ending? Will not read again


  10. Theresa Contreras Theresa Contreras says:

    the reviews didnt seem too good uh oh i hope its goodnot sure why the reviews were so bad i loved this book people were angry at oz for cheating on his wife but she was well aware that he was and they had an understanding i loved the way these two played and flirted with eachother i love susan johnson and no one can write a love story with hot sex uite like her if you dont like tons of the best sex ever then dont read her books mmmmmm mmmmmm mmmmmm i gave this book 4 stars because i did wish he would have been in love and open about it and i wish she would have made him beg a little other then that i found myself blushing and very excited as always with sj


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