I have been in love with the romance genre since I first read “Tiger Eyes” by Judy Blume in elementary school. I can gleefully read romance novels from sun up to sun down. I found another new-to-me author to add to my reading pleasure.
“Naturally Naughty” by by Leslie Kelly (2002) is my introduction to her writing. I wouldn’t normally go for a book that had the back cover blurb that this one had because it was about revenge, but I am already a Jill Shalvis fan, and this book is related to her book “Naughty but Nice.” I wouldn’t want to miss any nuances in “Naughty but Nice” because I passed on “Naturally Naughty.”
I was very impressed with Leslie Kelly! “Naturally Naughty” was an easy, well written, enjoyable read. If you like a read with non-stop sex, this will not disappoint! I like Kate and Jack and the chemistry between them and how much they learn about themselves, their families, and the town that they grew up in.
“Wicked & Willing” By Leslie Kelly (2003) sealed Leslie Kelly onto my list on authors. I will gleefully track down every one of her back list titles and read them in order now. I was moved by Venus a.k.a Violet’s story of finding herself and finding love.
I reviewed these two novels because they appeared together in a Silhouette Showcase.