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Product details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: KIMANI PRESS (17 Dec. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373831986
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373831982
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.8 x 16.8 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,080,971 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x94f549d8) out of 5 stars 190 reviews
63 of 71 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x950713c0) out of 5 stars Awww sookie sookie now! 21 Oct. 2010
By Renee Spivey - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ohh ladies!!!!!!!! All I have to say is "have mercy" and "umph, umph, UMPH" about this book!!!! You are going to need a fire hose, a bucket of ice, a pitcher of lemonade, an ice cold Coke, a mountain of snow and any other cold item you think of when you read this book! It starts off hot and gets even hotter! Oh, and you're going to need a tissue or two because it's also a beautiful love story. That's all I'm going to tell you. No spoilers here!

Do not waste any time buying this book when it becomes available. Make sure you have some uninterrupted time when you crack open this book because you are not going to be able to put it down. Send the hubby and kids somewhere for a few hours and get your read on! When the hubby or significant other gets back, if you have kids, put them to bed because you are going to want to play! Men will be writing Maureen thanking them for this book!

I have to say Kimani made the right choice choosing Maureen Smith to launch the new Kimani Nights line! She will be a hard act to follow.

Renee Williams
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95071414) out of 5 stars Maureen Smith Rocks!!! 20 Oct. 2010
By Angie O - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Okay all you Maureen Smith's fan out there, this one is for us. If this is your first by her, you'll definitely want to read her previous books.

"Whatever You Like" is so HOT! I had to fan myself after reading the sex scenes. Lean and Roderick had an amazing chemistry. From the first chapter to the last, I was hooked. Their week in Tokyo..., omg, the shower scene! Oh yeah, every women should have a man like Roderick. Their goodbyes at the airport, so sad. I used half a box of Kleenex, I was so sure Roderick was going to propose at that moment. I find this book similar to "Taming the Wolf". Overall this book is fantastic, a keeper. Buy it you'll not be disappointed. I can't wait to read "Tempt Me At Midnight" due 12/10.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x951034d4) out of 5 stars Whatever You Like and Want 3 Nov. 2010
By LL Brown - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
As reader I know we have all at some point in our reading has pick up a book and was just BLOWN AWAY by that book and yes it can be more than one book. Well for me that is how I felt reading this book. If you are looking for something HOT HOT HOT then you have found it. If you read Taming the Wolf and you though that book was HOT then this one is HOTTER. By day Lean Morrison is a Grant writer but at night she works as an escort service. Roderick Brand man oh man what a man that song salt & pepper that title said it all. This man just make you melt and Lena was no exception. Her rule never to cross the line with a client well when she saw him walk out of that hotel and to the she was gone..............

The Limo, the shower the swimming pool and trust there is so so much more with this couple. This is a book that best read when find a good spot with something tall and cold to drink, also keep some tissue beside you as well. A lot of husband and SO's will be happy as well once you finish reading this book.

When Kimani decided on a new line they couldn't have pick a better author to start it off with and with our help and a lot of praying this line will be off the chain. Way to go Kimani Nights.


5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x951032ac) out of 5 stars Provocative 11 Dec. 2010
By Ms.Harriet M. - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book receives a four stars rating from me.

It was definitely not a relaxing read for me. I have read stories before where the hero or heroine has done everything in their power to lure the object of their lust into bed. However, they did not provoke a reaction like this book. It was a love hate relationship.

The first reaction came a the choice of profession for our heroine Lena, it was an escort. It is not the authors fault that I am of an age where I equate escort with prostitute. So I found myself fighting my own preconceived notions.

It did not help that our hero Roderick was also coming to grip with these notions . After all not only was Lena intelligent she was also a gorgeous women. He basically cornered her into a relationship with him that made her attraction to him seem whorish.. This is not an admirable trait especially when he was so ruthless. I usually have to warm up to these characters such as Roderick .

I did warm up to Roderick until he started acting like such a jealous and noxious fool. I wanted to grab and shake some sense into him.

Overall, I enjoyed the book. Yet, Roderick the hero let me down. He didn't realize that it was his actions that made Lena seem less than she was and he waited until it was almost to late to ask her forgiveness.

Not what I expected but it is good to shake up things once in awhile.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x950718dc) out of 5 stars Hot sex, blah storyline 6 Feb. 2011
By SunFlowers - Published on
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I'm VERY picky when it comes to my romance novels. I love a good balance between sex and storyline. But Maureen Smith falls short in this one. She has the sex down but not the storyline. This book is a reading version of any Cinemax softcore porn TV show. 30 minutes of hot sex and a flimsy storyline just to make it an actual "story."

It's kind of hard to REALLY like Roderick as the hero because he just doesn't...think for such a smart man. He basically buys Lena for sex and she's dumb enough to go for it so her university can get the arts grant it needs funded by Roderick.

I just expected more from the story. Roderick mentions his loving family yet we don't meet them. A quickie meeting with his twin brother doesn't suffice. Lena has a great family with her grandfather. A kind of deadbeat sister though. Morgan's not a bad character but she's pretty selfish to not even try to help pay for their grandfather's assisted living facility (this is what makes Lena moonlight as an escort). Lena carries the burden of her grandfather on her shoulders while Morgan bounces from one boyfriend to the next and spends money on clothes. While Lena has to resort to being an escort.

The sex is GOOD. But it's just porn with a lacking plot. The plot had SO much potential but Roderick's obliviousness in seeing that he REALLY is just treating Lena like a bought for prostitute makes him lacking for me. And the Maureen Smith fell into the infamous "big misunderstanding" plot and it was just a time line fast forward. It wasn't that good of a rift and was only used to make the book travel from September to February.

Overall if you WANT/NEED/DESPERATELY want to read great sex scenes pick this book up. I feel blah having read this. All I can remember is the sex. The storyline was just so very lacking and in turn made the characters kind of boring. So sad for a book with potential to go much further.

If you want a great storyline this isn't the book for you. Buy it if you want to read just sex only.
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