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ANN WESLEY HARDIN

 

 

Ann Wesley Hardin has had many incarnations. After spending seven years earning university and post-graduate degrees in Anthropology, Museum Studies and Earth Sciences, she worked as a bartender, a radio weather forecaster, an environmental groundwater consultant and, finally, a novelist. A native New Yorker, she spent countless months traveling the world, and finally found a European style village in rural Pennsylvania, where she settled with her family. Ann loves to hear from her readers. Write to her at annwesleyhardin@gmail.com

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Bonded
by Ann Wesley Hardin

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BONDED


Bonded - Ann Wesley Hardin

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Lots of fun… AnnWesley Hardin, author of Bonded, must have a terrific sense of humor, or she could not have written this book. The plot is every woman’s dream. When Sela Wilson goes to the Castle for a fantasy weekend, she meets Daniel Bond. He makes her laugh. Sela does not know it, but Dan is the owner of Castle. He pretends to be Jorge, a masseuse, and Randolph, a servant. He wants more than a weekend’s pleasure. He wants a lifetime. Bonded is an entertaining read. “Funny and steamy” best describe this short story. Fans of erotic romance will enjoy Bonded

~~ Anne Boling ~ ReviewYourBook.com


Bonded - Ann Wesley Hardin

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 Heat level: O

Sela Wilson loves her Girl Weekends with her best friends Carla and Robin. This time, they are partaking in the seasonal Fantasy Weekend where rich women could bring their fantasies to life. That is if their fantasy hasn’t called in sick and there is no one to replace him. Daniel Bond is not used to loud mouthed, opinioned, independent women making him drool. He is definitely not prepared for Sela. Once he decides that he will be her replacement Hero for the weekend, he is a lost cause because Sela demands one hundred percent customer satisfaction. The customer is always right, right?

Bonded was one of the funniest quickies I have read in a while. Ms. Hardin wrapped me in the excitement of Fantasy Weekend and I felt as if I were experiencing Sela’s emotions. The writing was very detailed and I laughed out loud quite a few times. The characters and situations were very realistic. I could visualize Sela getting louder and louder in the lobby of the hotel waiting for her Hero to show up and then getting an inexperienced replacement that had her deciding her toy, Charlie, would be her Hero for the weekend. Sela made me laugh with her, “I know you didn’t” attitude. I admired her tenacity and drive for life and living it to its fullest. Daniel, Daniel, Daniel. Daniel was an alpha male through and through. He thought he had everything he needed and if he didn’t, he could buy it. But the thing he needed and desired no one was brave enough to tell him about, until Sela came along and had nothing to lose nor gain from giving her opinion. Or so she thought. The attraction they felt towards each other was instantaneous and consuming. The teasing and sex that went on would have burnt my fingerprints off if I were holding the book. I loved both of these characters because they showed that you can live a full life after love and you always need someone to tell you the truth about yourself. Pick up this book but be prepared to laugh and tingle.

~~~ Signey E. Scott - Just Erotic Romance Reviews

 
 
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