Wicked Hearts

Wicked Hearts Oh what a tangled web we weaveReese and Hank are used to taking what they want just because they can They set their sights on the office geek a painfully shy whiz kid named Jeff Hank bets Reese he

  • Title: Wicked Hearts
  • Author: Claire Thompson
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  • Page: 250
  • Format: ebook
  • Oh, what a tangled web we weaveReese and Hank are used to taking what they want, just because they can They set their sights on the office geek, a painfully shy whiz kid named Jeff Hank bets Reese he can get the guy in bed within a week, and he makes the money pot very sweet if Reese can do the job and provide proof.Reese, usually so cocky and sure, is completely disaOh, what a tangled web we weaveReese and Hank are used to taking what they want, just because they can They set their sights on the office geek, a painfully shy whiz kid named Jeff Hank bets Reese he can get the guy in bed within a week, and he makes the money pot very sweet if Reese can do the job and provide proof.Reese, usually so cocky and sure, is completely disarmed by the quiet but intense Jeff What begins as a cynical seduction rapidly heats into flames of dangerous desire Reese finds himself falling, hard, but disentangling himself from Hank is even harder Jealousy, lust and unraveling lies threaten to shatter than one heart in this tale of love and betrayal.

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    About “Claire Thompson”

    1. Claire Thompson

      Claire has been writing for nearly two decades, and has published over 70 novels She writes BDSM romance and abduction tales, spanning both m f and m m genres She has received numerous awards for her bestselling work, including the NLA Int l Pauline R age Award for best BDSM fiction Her darker works press the envelope of what is erotic and what can be a sometimes dangerous slide into the world of sadomasochism Ultimately her work deals with the human condition, and our constant search for love and intensity of experience.Connect with Claire Newsletter tinyurl o6tu4euWebsite clairethompsonTwitter twitter CThompsonAuthorFacebook facebook ClaireThompso

    705 thoughts on “Wicked Hearts”

    1. OMG! I have a new favorite Claire Thompson book! I absolutely loved this story. It touched my heart so deeply. At first I wasn't sure I was doing to like it because it's one of those stories where the main characters meet under false pretenses. Reese accepts a bet from his rich friend that he can't get the nerdiest guy in his office to sleep with him within a week. The nerd is a guy named Jeff, one of the computer programmers. Although in the beginning Reese's interest in Jeff is strictly based [...]

    2. The starting point of the story is a classical cliche: two men bet on the chance one of them has to seduce someone else in a week. And obviously the one doing the bet falls in love for the intended victim.Reese and Hank have an odd relationship. Reese was a troubled guy, changing foster home with foster home for all his teen years. When he was 17 years old he met Hank, the misfit of the high school; where Reese was tagged "bad boy" for his poor origins, Hank was another type, he was the spoiled [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book! Honestly. All my other wins weret great and reviewing them took a masterful hand at fiction to write, but I actually did like this one.Maybe because I'm a perv and love slash?First off, I want to thank the author who was so cool to autograph the book for me with my stupid Terminator joke (that made my inner fanboy squee).Now, for the story. Jeff was adorable. I just adore geeky characters and not only that, but he had a stutter and that gets the book into my favorite [...]

    4. This was a fascinating book. It is the story of Reece freeing himself from a toxic entanglement with his friend and sometimes lover of 12 years.Reece doesn't believe in love - or so he thinks. This book describes how one of the bets he occasionally makes with his friend Hank goes awfully wrong when Reece realizes that he may have feelings for Jeff, the "object" of the bet. The description of Reece's emotional dependency on Hank and how hard he has to fight to become his own man again was fascina [...]

    5. Good m/m romance about a guy who's basically been under his nasty best friend's thumb for years. Things do not go smoothly as he tries to put more distance between himself and his friend.

    6. Reese and Hank have been good friends since high school. Their friendship is very uneven though, as rich Hank holds a great deal of power over Reese. Over the years, the two men have played various cruel games on unsuspecting men, with Hank choosing men for Reese to seduce and offering big money if Reese can win the bet. Reese is getting tired of this game and tired of Hank's control, but agrees to play the game one more time because his bank balance is getting low. This time Hank chooses Jeff, [...]

    7. I just read Ann Sommerville's not-so-complimentary review and honestly can't say I disagree with her. But for some unknown reason, I did like Reese and so this book worked for me. Not the greatest book I've ever read, but I enjoyed the romance, far-fetched as it may be.

    8. Ohhh, mean and sexy but not really (it actually makes sense if you read the books). 2 MC's (1 for each book in the series, this one and "Safe in His Arms") who were raised without love so don't believe in it, of course, meet their love.

    9. I'm surprised I liked this as much as I did. I feel as if I've read variations (or watched movies and tv shows) of this plot numerous times, but I still ended up enjoying it. The final showdown with the villain of the story was somewhat lacking, though. I really was expecting something huge with the way he had been built up. No way was he going to give up without a fight. Definitely some violence. And yet he just kinda blustered in anger and then was gone. Love conquers all and all that. Anyway. [...]

    10. Just finished reading and while I truly enjoyed it I found myself debating whether to score it a 3 or a 4. Would have given it a 3.5 if it were possible. P Upon reflection I wonder if my somewhat low rating is due in part to the notably cliche plotI believe I saw the film and it was called cruel intentionsbut then realize it was also due to the anticlimactic ending where the antagonist character is revealed to be powerless to deliver on his threat of retribution for the main protagonist breaking [...]

    11. Hmmmm, I do love those shy nerdy boys! And Jeff pushes those buttons. He might seem like he's a pushover, but he so isn't. He's strong enough to resist what he really wants (at least at first), but strong enough to give it another chance when it doesn't work out the first time.I had a hard time with Hank in this story, and because of that, I haven't started the second book of this series. I can see what his motivation is, but to use and manipulate someone you care so much about the way he did? H [...]

    12. Modern day Dangerous Liaisons. I think the story has more potential than the finished product. There's more to explore in characters like Reese and his partner in crime that I would like to know more. And the geek, even with a valid backstory, seems a bit bland to me, it's hard to see how Reese would get the "enlightenment" through him, even when he's already on the verge of changing. I needed more surprises from that character but that didn't happen. But still, it's a good read and flows easily [...]

    13. This was a true 3, there was a plot and it was well set up. I liked Jeff quite a bit and I liked Reese as well. I did feel he really was trying to get away from Hank and so when this new relationship came up it wasn't that surprising he wanted to see where it would go. But while the story told us why the characters acted as they did it just didn't feel totally organic or fully developed. I see there is a sequel with Hank's story and I am interested in reading that.

    14. Won on first reads. As the world lost a great lady when my wonderful friend, Ramona, just passed away, this review will serve for her. She will be dearly missed and cancer will be cursed for taking her from us so young.Very interesting book. The relationships can relate to many relationships. The bet was interesting and led to an interesting competition. I could see this happening not only for men but in any combination of couples.

    15. Well I'm not sure what to make of this one. The story was ok, the characters too but nothing over the top. I couldn't connect to them and feel them. Hank was really the spoiled asshole and the games they played were just stupid. I get the trauma and dark past which I usually like but here was just an excuse for being a dick. I guess the point is that money can't buy everything.

    16. I love Claire Thompson but just didn't feel the chemistry between these characters. It just felt forced and unbelievable. I couldn't even force myself to wait until the deception was revealed. 55% was all I could take.

    17. 3.5 StarsI enjoyed the characters a lot, liked the story line, too, but for me there was something missing that made me hang on with my heart pounding from start to finish. I would still recommend this book, if you enjoy m/m relationships. Great book, but I didn't 'love' it.

    18. The book was enjoyable but pretty predictable. That being said it was still well written and I can see why a lot of people enjoyed it. I liked Jeff but was pretty meh about Reese. At least he was better then Hank. Average read, I don't think I will be reading the next book.

    19. What a story lineI didn't know by reading the title or the synopsis that this book was what it is. But once I started reading it really didn't matter. Amazing storyline

    20. I really enjoyed this book. Reece cleans up his act and is rewarded with Jeff. Hank is not at all pleased and causes all sorts of trouble. Really enjoyed it.

    21. This book was okay but I wasn't crazy about it. Not sure yet if I will read the next one. The writing was good, I just had a hard time connecting with Reese.

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