Bad Boys on Board was a good combination of romance and sensuality and it is all thanks to the great stories of the three authors: Lori Foster, Nancy Warren, and Donna Kauffman.
My House, My Rules was my favorite out of the bunch, and the reason I bought the book. Sam Watson was a cop working undercover when his youngest brothers ex-girlfriend tries to rescue him in a bungled undercover operation. Ariel has loved Sam almost since she first met him, and Sam has been fighting his attraction to her since the the first time they met. But, he thinks she is too young for him, being 24 to his 36. And, he doesn't want to hurt his youngest brother Pete, who he believes isn't over Ariel yet.
After the bungled undercover operation, Sam takes Ariel to his house to get her fixed up a bit and the romance just takes off from there. She is willing to do anything to prove her love to Sam, even go by His Rules. They share a wonderful night together and Ariel is even more in love with Sam then the previous night. Sam too knows that he is in love with Ariel, but with the interference of younger brother Pete, the "relationship" falls apart and Sam has to convince Ariel that he is in it for the long haul.
A thoroughly romantic book with great characters. Lori sets up middle brother Gil's story in this book too, or so it seems anyway.
Going Down by Donna Kauffman was also a pretty good story. Callie is the executive assistant to a female executive and she devotes long hours to the company. Callie is asked to escort business associate Dominic Colbourne down to his car, but as they are going down the elevator, the power goes off and they are stuck together for the night. Some quite sexy things go on in that elevator and the two characters bare their souls to each other. They both have a lot of baggage that has prevented them from having a long term relationship. Though the sex in the elevator after only just meeting the guy seemed a little far fetched, it was nonetheless a good novella. Callie and Dominic were both characters who were well developed and interesting.
Nancy Warren's story A Fast Ride was my least favorite of the three stories. I just didn't like the hero's reaction to the heroine at the end of the story. Nell rescues a motorcycle accident victim (Wes) and she pretends to be his girlfriend. Like I said, not my favorite story, but it wasn't horrible by any means.
Bad Boys on Board was a good book all in all and I look forward to reading the next Bad Boys trilogy. These writers (especially Lori Foster and Donna Kauffman) seem to be getting better and better all the time.