Night after night, Dr. “Love” urges listeners of his popular radio show, The Sin Club, to ‘sin’ – that is, to break the rules holding them back and go after what they want…what they need…what they truly desire…
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“Be bold. Take charge. Go sin.”
Jessie Anderson takes Dr. Love’s advice: as a last ditch effort to rekindle her relationship, she shimmies her hips and strips off her clothes to entice her accountant boyfriend into her bed.
But her sinful striptease is seen by the wrong man—Nick Ralston, her sexy new neighbor—who turns out to be exactly who she craves.
“Happiness is a ‘sin’ away.”
Sharice never calls men first, always leaving the calling to them. Making a spur-of-the-moment booty call to Shawn, a guy she met at a bar, she unknowingly misdials…
Jamal’s tired of getting Shawn’s calls. After listening to her voicemail, he calls Sharice to set her straight. But the minute he hears her sultry voice, he’s determined to satisfy her every desire.
“Today is the day to ‘sin.’”
Alyssa James is too busy dishing out the scoop on San Francisco’s rich and beautiful for her Sex in San Francisco gossip blog to worry about personal ‘sinning’ – until boy wonder Tony Brooks walks into her best friend’s business, The Perfect Date, and mistakes her for his date.
One look at Tony and Alyssa decides he’s the perfect ‘sin’ and she will take him—anywhere and any way she can get him.
“Sin Club had me anxious to read what was coming up but afraid to jump ahead and miss some intricate detail. I tried to skip a page or two a couple of times, but I had to go back to where I started in order to understand how certain events developed. That, to me, is a sign of great erotic literature.”
~ J. Pink, Bare Back Magazine
“Rachelle Chase writes delightful heroines and delicious heroes. Her characters are warm and natural – people I’d love to know in real life (especially those heroes . . .).”
~Leigh Michaels, author of ON WRITING ROMANCE, Writers Digest Books
“All three of these stories are terrific. Each character must figure out what is most important to them and try it. Dr. Love’s radio show is their inspiration to find pleasure and step out of their comfort zone. Ms. Chase puts raw heat into her stories and enjoyment in something that is important. I loved each story and the way each one is mentioned in the next . . .”
~Krista, Coffee Time Romance
“A Sinful Striptease,” has the most original opening scene this reviewer has read in a long time, and the sex is steamy hot! Hopefully, we’ll meet more Sin Club members in a future book.”
~Romantic Times Magazine