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Baring it All (Sensual Romance) Paperback – 2 Feb 2001


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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
As funny as she was in Loveswept 6 Jan. 2000
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The world's most successful male stripper Lord Sin plans to retire after this charity dance that will raise money for the Atlanta Arts Festival. Not only is Sin the headliner, he donates his infamous Palace of Sin to the Atlanta Arts Festival. To Sin's surprise, he is attracted to WTRU reporter Sara "Sunny" Clary, who is covering the event. Sunny hopes to expose Sin's identity in an exclusive.
Sin places Sunny in the special hot seat where the guest receives royal treatment. The show may be Sin's last performance, but he exceeds even his high standard due to Sunny's presence. Immediately following the show, Sin vanishes. Sunny turns for help in attaining an interview to the person who sponsored the event, Atlanta real estate tycoon Ryan Malone. He cuts a deal that he has two weeks to try to get her in his bed while he attempts to obtain the interview with Sin for her. Unbeknownst to Sunny, who wonders what is wrong with her hormones because she is attracted to two men, Ryan is Sin.
BARING IT ALL is the usual Sandra Chastain excellent tale. The story line centers on what is truly the truth. Though Sin is a mysterious hunk, Sunny brings the plot to its fruition as she learns that veracity is in the mind of the beholder. Only Ms. Chastain could take an Atlanta striptease and make it seem wholesome and mainstream in a beautiful romantic novel; thus another triumph from one of the romance genre's top ten writers of all time.

Harriet Klausner
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Very highly recommended 31 Jan. 2001
By C. Penn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you missed last year's release of Sandra Chastain's Harlequin Temptation release, BARING IT ALL, call your book seller now and order it. You won't be disappointed!
The moment she entered The Palace of Sin, reporter Sunny Clary captures Ryan Malone's attention. Ryan's stunned by his reaction, after all, this kind of reaction should happen to the women in his audience not the performer. Although he quit performing five years ago, tonight's show would mark the end of Lord Sin's career as the most successful stripper in history. Tonight as Lord Sin, Ryan gives his best performance ever and, with the microphone discretely concealed in the candle on her table, to Sunny alone. He intends for her to leave The Palace of Sin aching for desire, just as he aches for her.
No one knows Lord Sin's true identity, but if Sunny can reveal the man behind the mask, she'll earn her opportunity for the kind of stories she wants to be reporting. Covering this Valentine's Day charity fund-raiser was not the investigative reporting she wanted for an assignment. Sunny believes in reporting the truth, and has already risked her career once when she refused to back away from political wrongdoing. Now she must reestablish herself in a new city with a new job. And instinct tells her that Ryan Malone can lead her to revealing Lord Sin's identity. Little does she suspect that business tycoon Ryan Malone is Lord Sin.
Sandra Chastain creates a hot, sensuous romance that adds sizzle to an evening's reading. Chastain's prose moves with the heat and flavor of the city in which she sets this delectable tale--Atlanta. Those of us who live here will recognize the Peachtree streets, roads, circles and boulevards that ensnarl tourists and add zest to the setting. Very highly recommended.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Bump and Grin 10 Jan. 2000
By Joyce Dixon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
You can always count on Sandra Chastain for romances with a lot of love and laughter. BARING IT ALL will burn your fingers with the dance scenes, pull your emotions with the depth of caring for others, and the bee scene -- well, you have to read that one.
I would just like to know where Sandra did her research and why I wasn't invited! Hmm...will there be a seminar on dance techniques in the future?
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lacked the Sizzle! 26 July 2001
By LadyGrey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I felt that this book was lacking in the sizzle that it spoke about on the back cover of the book. The hero is supposed to be the stripper Lord Sin and no one is aware of this? I found that very unbelievable and thought the whole book was too predictable. The heroine, who is an intelligent journalist who is determined to unmask Lord Sin, does not seem to be able to put two and two together and come up with four. No instead she is confused at her attraction for two different men. I would say this is an ok read if you have nothing better to do.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
WOW! 28 Mar. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've been reading Sandra Chastain's Loveswepts for years and she keeps getting better and better. Harlequin made a smart move picking her up when Loveswept died. This book is wonderful. . . imaginative and very sexy. I wouldn't mind taking Lord Sin home myself. <VBG>
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