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However, it appears that Jewel has a soft corner in her heart for hunky and con men. This proves to be quite lucky for Clay Dawes. As the plot of the book progresses further, it is seen that Jewel Heiss is about to become the th woman whom Lord Randall is going to seduce and satisfy. When he presents himself as the personal sex slave of Jewel Heiss, she finds herself in a dilemma between accepting a sex fraudster Clay or a sex demon Randall. But, being a tough cop comes to the aid of Jewel who uses her lusty libido nature to get over her dilemma. This book too was published by the Ballantine Books in the year Just like the previous book of the series, this book too turns out to be a hysterical and a hot sex humor.
At the beginning of the novel, it is shown that Jewel Heiss is living quite an exciting life with her sex slave Lord Randall. She rescued him from his curse of lying in the brass bed for two centuries.
And now, she does not find her life boring with the sex demon. Jewel decides to bust him with the help of her new partner, the sexy con artist named Clay Dawes. Even Lord Randall decides to join her in the attempt and a ride in the busting of the new con. When Jewel tries to test the Venus Machine for proving that it is nothing more than a scam, something wild happens and starts with full power.
Now, Jewel Heiss and her team of con men begin to think whether the machine is a power of suggestion of a powerful machine. If you see one missing just send me an e-mail below. Book s. The guy is a master!
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More Details. View Results. There's no life without sex. Make sure you have fun at it. If you can read that and smile, the chances are pretty good you will enjoy this book. Jennifer Stevenson, whose first book, trash sex magic , garnered critical acclaim, appears to be offering fluffy chick lit with a side of sex in this last book of her trilogy, bu Early on, protagonist Jewel Heiss fondly looks back on a relationship she'd had at seventeen with the family's septuagenarian lawyer.
Jennifer Stevenson, whose first book, trash sex magic , garnered critical acclaim, appears to be offering fluffy chick lit with a side of sex in this last book of her trilogy, but under the wacky goings-on, she comes to grips with a surprising range of issues relating to sex: age, emotional damage, the cost of love, the cost of what one thinks is love, self-knowledge, mother-daughter dynamics, commitment, sex for pay, sex for play porn.
The Bearskin Rug stands alone; Stevenson interleaves the developing plot with flashbacks that not only illuminate Jewel's early life as a Wisconsin teenager inheriting her grandmother's failing farm, but paints in the relationships established in the previous books. Jewel is torn between two men.
There's Clay, a con man she met when he was posing as a therapist who happened to possess what seemed to be a magical bed. Clay, whose morals have been as adaptable as his vocations, has fallen hard for Jewel.
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He wants a permanent relationship, but because he's a con artist, he has no idea how to win her except by manipulation. Then there's Randy, who in was an arrogant Regency earl regarding women as "use 'em and lose 'em" sex objects -- until he tried to seduce and dump a witch. She put a spell on him, binding him to a brass bed until he could satisfy women. Nearly years later, Jewel turns out to be the hundredth, and Randy has undergone such a radical change that he is sincerely attached to Jewel. Thus he's coping with their relationship, which is stormy everywhere except in bed -- and with modern Chicago.
Well, modern Chicago with a difference: sometime recently, it seems, magic erupted into the world.
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Practical, modern people so dislike the M-word they refer to the phenomena vaguely as "hinky" -- even the people with the job of investigating the phenomena and figuring out how to fix them, which is the true nature of Jewel's job at the blandly named Department of Consumer Services. She also investigates fraud, but her primary focus is on limiting the "hinky" damage in the city, so that Chicago doesn't end up being quarantined like Pittsburgh.
The details of hinky America are vague, because they are not as important as the results of wild magic, particularly the way it affects people. Jewel is sent as a temp to a Baysdorter Boncil, a real estate investment firm that is cubicle hell, especially for women.
The secretarial assistants are dressed in chokingly proper Office Garb, but beneath the quietly efficient order of the office, the male execs have been using these women for far more than their typing and filing skills. Jewel is a fox among the chickens, upsetting the head hen, Ms. Sacker, who turns out to have more secrets than all the other women put together.
Events soon lead to a porn production site, where Randy still unsuccessfully learning to drive a car soon gets hired to perform as a porn star; meanwhile whenever people in various offices eat the pastries from a certain shop, they inexplicably end up in chandelier -- swinging orgies. The magic is getting wilder, as Jewel and her cohorts slowly investigate a real estate scam that is far larger than anyone could have imagined. Meanwhile, Jewel is also trying to cope with the emotional fallout of her past habits of bouncing from guy to guy without giving them a second thought in an interesting parallel to Randy's early life , and her emotional attachments she avoids the L-word to Clay and Randy.
How do sex and magic relate? How do sex and emotion relate? The two -- sex and emotion -- are pole stars revolving around the story. The reader experiences a romp through a crazy Chicago as well as an exploration of humans as sexual beings. Stevenson's complex characters, her eye for detail, her pick-up style of magic and her roller-coaster plotting all combine in a complex tale that is both warm and wise. Aug 07, Patricia Burroughs rated it it was amazing Shelves: , american.
What an unexpected pleasure! The light-hearted erotica is a glossy veneer over what ended up being a surprising look at emotions, at sex, at the porn business, and at sexual harassment of the worst kind. This won't be everybody's cup of tea, but if you like it funny and bawdy with a nice side dish or emotional depth, this one's for you!
Be advised, there is a lot of very erotic scenes that are described in titillating detail. Prudes should stay away. But this is also a love story, full of relationship-angst and introspection. It's a fun, fast read, with lots of humor among and between the sex. The characters are complicated, and much of this book's sto Be advised, there is a lot of very erotic scenes that are described in titillating detail. The characters are complicated, and much of this book's story continues to develop on what has happened before.
Jewel, Clay and Randy are back to investigate some hinky goings-on, along with the Consumer Services group. A billion-dollar scam is going down, and the Hinky team is trying to figure out the who, what, and how. Clues pop up as erotic nude poppets; Jewel goes undercover at Baysdorter Boncil, finding evidence of a culture of sexual harassment; then an investigation of Artistic Publishing Company, a porn producer, where Randy gets sucked into the eponymous Bearskin Rug.
There, he is at the tender mercies of porn star Velvita Fromage, a relative of several employees at BB. The plot thickens, more of Randy's history is revealed, Clay has strong feelings for Jewel, and Jewel starts feeling guilty and jealous. Interesting developments at the office as an orgy takes place. The Consumer Services office busts a major scam with the help of a self-proclaimed sex goddess - and she has power you'd expect of a goddess. Jewel, Clay and Randy are still struggling with their relationships, which get even more confused by the porn star and the sex goddess.
A reasonably light hearted read with a fair amount of humour The writing style of the author keeps improving with each book and this third installment is much more readable than previous books. The characters are good if not a bit emotionally mixed up. The storyline is effective and interesting with a few twists for interest. Overall, this is a good humorous read although, some of the plot can be a little monotonous especially for a 3rd in series book.
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There are some plot developments though s A reasonably light hearted read with a fair amount of humour The writing style of the author keeps improving with each book and this third installment is much more readable than previous books. There are some plot developments though so thankfully it hasn't stagnated just going a bit slow.
Jul 27, LizJ. This series is getting better and better!! It's humorous, sexy, fun and now very interesting. The first 2 books hit on the mystery lightly this one went gung ho and it was really good. We still have poor Jewel trying to figure out what to do with Randy and Clay trying to figure out what to do with Jewel. It's like romance meets comedy meets mystery meets soap opera and it's fun!!! I can't wait for the next one!! Jun 18, Lisa Kihlstadius rated it liked it.
Quick read. It was okay. Oct 15, Michelle Palmer rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in Oct 07, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: , jennifer-stevenson , paranormal , fantasy , sexy , romance.