Published by Harlequin HQN
Publication Date: February 11th, 2014
Also by this author: The Mistress, The Last Good Knight: Parts 1-5, The Saint, The King, The Virgin
I received this book for free from Harlequin HQN in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Wanted: Adventurous, open-minded man willing to try...anything...
As a popular sex blogger, Beatriz gets paid to have orgasms. So being on deadline the week of her sister's wedding isn't as rough as it sounds. There's just one hitch: Bea's assignment is to write a review of a sex position manual, but she doesn't have a plus-one to play with.
The good news: Ben, the one who got away back in college, is also attending stag—and he's as temptingly gorgeous as ever.
The bad news: Ben turned down Bea's offer of graduation-night sex five years ago.
The best news: He's not planning on making the same mistake twice….
Tiffany has proven time and time again that she can write erotica with intelligence, passion and plenty of heart. Misbehaving is all of that, plus some hijinks with a splash of vanilla.
Beatriz is a blogger that has the unfortunate (sarcasm) job of reviewing sex toys, and there ain’t no rest for the wicked. Beatriz has a deadline during the week of her sister’s wedding but her troubles are only beginning when she realizes that she will need a partner to use them with. Determined to mix business with pleasure, Beatriz is looking for a willing partner. But the one man that Beatriz wants is the one that got away.
Ben hasn’t seen Beatriz since the night he turned down graduation sex and inadvertently broke both their hearts five years prior. But when Beatriz’s blogging predicament thrusts (literally) the two of them together, he is more than willing to make up for lost time.
Misbehaving was a fast read that packed plenty of laughs. Between Beatriz and Ben’s interesting pillow talk, an inappropriate bellhop, and the soon-to-be-married couple Claudia and Henry, I spent a couple hours with a huge smile on my face. For a novella-esq book, Tiffany shows that you can write characters with depth in less than 200 pages.