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by Erin McCarthy

eBook Bad Boys Online epub
  • ISBN: 0758205937
  • Author: Erin McCarthy
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington; 1st Trade. edition (September 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • ePUB size: 1181 kb
  • FB2 size 1334 kb
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Mack Stone can't believe he's just walked in on Kindra in Flagrante computer delicto. When they're mistakenly signed up for sensual couples counselling, co-workers Jared and Candy are shocked.

Mack Stone can't believe he's just walked in on Kindra in Flagrante computer delicto. A book in the Bad Boys series, 2003.

But I figure, why talk about it online, when you can be doing it live and in person?" Yeah, if she had him to do it with. But Kindra's choices had never been so appealing. It's easier this wa. afer, cleaner," she mumbled. Then she straightened up and turned back to her computer, on the verge of collapsing from mortification. Had she said that out loud?

A book in the Bad Boys series, 2003.

A book in the Bad Boys series, 2003. Then I'd say there's more to you than meets the ey. Then he shook his head, clearly curious. But I figure, why talk about it online, when you can be doing it live and in person?" Yeah, if she had him to do it with.

Bad Boys Online Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2004. The fabulous Erin McCarthy is re-releaseing one of her anthologies, Bad Boys Online. Let me tell you - this may be an oldie, but it is a goodie!

Bad Boys Online Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2004. by. Erin McCarthy (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Let me tell you - this may be an oldie, but it is a goodie! Three Erin McCarthy stories all in one. I first read this book about a decade ago, and it is the book that actually hooked me into reading everything Erin has written (yes, I mean everything - I have a bin of books in my basement to prove it). Three fun reads that involve, yes you guessed it, social media.

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Author: Erin McCarthy. Mack Stone can’t believe he’s just walked in on Kindra in Flagrante computer delicto. When they’re mistakenly signed up for sensual couples counselling, co-workers Jared and Candy are shocked.

Never better, in fact. The lack of sleep didn’t bother him. Not when he had spent half the night making love to Kindra. Giving, daring, yet shy. She was incredible e was in bed reflected the complexity of her personality out of bed. Full of surprises. Mack rolled over in Kindra’s guest bed and watched her sleeping, her auburn hair spilling across her face. She had pulled the blanket up tightly under her chin, and her lush mouth was open as she breathed in and out with a soft whisper.

Bad Boys Online Series. 3 primary works, 4 total works.

USA Today and New York Times Bestselling author Erin McCarthy sold her first book in 2002 and has gone on to pen more than 38 novels and novellas in the paranormal, contemporary romance, young adult, and new adult genres. Hard Drive Mack Stone can't believe he's just walked in on the delicious Kindra Hill having an online affair in her office. Being discovered in flagrante computer delicto doesn't seem to bother Kindra. In fact, she claims to prefer the impersonal touch to the complication of a relationship.

Mack Stone can't believe he's just walked in on the delicious Kindra Hill having an online affair in her office. This Debut Novel Made It To My Keeper Shelf!!! By Thriftbooks. com User, October 12, 2003. Not only does Ms. McCarthy have a great sense of humor she manages to mix it with hot steamy chemistry and romance. In this story Kindra is caught having a cyber love affair by the one guy she is willing to get hot and steamy with!

Revealing how virtual desire can be transformed into passionate reality, a collection of erotic stories includes Press Any Key, in which co-workers Jared Kinkaid and Candy Appleton are accidentally signed up for online sensual couples counseling, a mistake that induces a special kind of therapy. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Comments: (7)
Hinewen
When I bought this 3-set of novellas, I hadn't realized that they were from the author's early years. In fact, she broke into the publishing world by winning a contest with those stories. You can really see her potential in those works, but they're just not as nuanced or polished as her later stuff.

That being said, McCarthy shows her talent of interweaving everyday things--computers and online stuff here--into a real solid story and good characters.

HARD DRIVE was my least favorite story with Kindra and Mack. When Mack finds Kindra perusing a salacious email at work, he sets out to prove to her that real-life loving is way better than cybersex. The premise is clever, but I had a real problem with the lovey-dovey stuff. For two coworkers who say taht they don't interact all that often, they develop deep-blue feelings for each other rather quickly, which is just not my thing.
PRESS ANY KEY is a story I expected to hate, but ended up liking. Candy is the office bombshell who's attracted to the one man who seems to avoid her at all costs. Jared has been burned by an office romance before and he has a mortgage to pay, so he keeps the heck away from Candy so he can preserve his dignity (and employment status). When their boss forces them to take a couples counseling session because of their inability to work together, things heat up fast between them two when they're forced to confide in each other. Here, McCarthy takes what could've been a cliche and turns it into something enjoyable. Real props to her.
USER FRIENDLY was my favorite with Halley and Evan, two best friends who refuse to admit their attraction to each other in fear of losing their great friendship. When Halley's catering website gets hacked and the hackers turn her picture into a grotesque porn picture of a naked caterer, she runs to Evan who's her webmaster. Evan more than fixes up the website and they finally face their attraction for each other. The only issue I had with this story was how Halley's problems with the business were never resolved.

In general, if you already like McCarthy's signature style of comedic and sexy writing, you'll probably appreciate the beginnings of her talents. Just don't expect this to be as developed as her later works.
Usishele
My Rating: ♥♥
Read: 12/26/15
Series: Bowling Friends # 1

This was so very disappointing read by Erin McCarthy. I usually love reading books by Ms. McCarthy for her humor, but this was bad. The first story, Hard Drive is the story that is part of the series of Bowling Friends. There was some extreme un-believability, some really ridiculous situation, and I rarely saw a connection between the hero and the heroine. I am kind of sad that this book costed me $3.99 because I don’t think it is worth it. The cover was hot, but the stories are not.

These bad boys give a whole new meaning to on-site tech support… Not Really :(

Hard Drive - ★★
Mack Stone can’t believe he’s just walked in on his co-worker Kindra Hill exchanging sexy emails with a total stranger. Defending her naughty online affair, Kindra claims to prefer the impersonal touch to the complication of a relationship. That’s enough to make Mack issue a challenge of his own: He wants her to grant him twelve nonstop hours to turn every erotic e-mail into a hot reality and prove that in love and pleasure, there’s no substitute for the real thing…
It was an okay read. It had a good premise, office mates who crushed on each other, finally get a chance to be together. But the lovemaking scene that I guess was supposed to be hot, was just so sporadic that I was ready to move on to the next story and the ending was really unbelievable. It is rushed and after being together for one night and he proposes the following day. It really was beyond belief. It would have been more realistic if they wanted to date, it’s not like they were friends first who knew enough about each other.

Press Any Key - ★★
To Jared Kinkaid, the only way to keep his mind — and his hands — off his luscious co-worker Candy Appleton is to insult or ignore her at every turn. But his efforts at lust control have his boss convinced that the partners need a little help via online couples counseling. But when they’re mistakenly signed up for sensual couples counseling instead, Jared and Candy’s shock turns to pleasure as they each deliver some hands on therapy of their own…
Seriously, the heroine name is Candy Appleton. That right there should have been the first clue. Jared Kinkaid has the hots for his co-worker, but wants to avoid any office relationship, so he basically avoids her at the office. Since they don’t get along, but have to work together, their boss decides to sign them up for couples counseling which turns out to be sexier than they thought. It is really far-fetched that they are signed up for sensual online couples counseling, locked in their boss’s office until they finish. I mean really...(face palm). This is nowhere being realistic, and probably the only saving grace would be that ending was as realistic as it will get.

User Friendly - ★★
Evan Barrett can usually solve any tech problem, but when long-time friend Halley Connors calls him to fix her catering website, his focus is on her, not the screen. Imagining his secret crush in the buff is the kind of fantasy that drives him wild every time Halley’s near. Now, as they work overtime to save the business, Evan uses technology and some good old-fashioned charm to convince Halley that he belongs in her bed…
Long-time friends, Evan and Halley are both crushing on each other, but neither wants to do anything to jeopardize their friendship. Until Halley’s catering website is hacked, and they have to work together to fix it. It had a good premise, but once again it didn’t live up to the hype. There were again so many things I was just shaking my head on. Halley’s website was hacked over a week ago and she didn’t find out anything, even though her delivery driver knew. I mean as a business owner and especially since most things are done online, wouldn’t you think you check your website during the week, at least once or twice a week. Just saying… Then she wants revenge on the people who hacked her website, and seriously I won’t give away the part of the revenge, but if you read it, you will be shaking your head again at the ridiculousness of it all. And then in the end, she lets the hackers off the hook, even though she lost clients and business because of what they did and took a hit to her reputation, it is really unbelievable.

Has anyone noticed how many times I have said unbelievable or a variation of it?!?
Captain America
The fabulous Erin McCarthy is re-releaseing one of her anthologies, Bad Boys Online. Let me tell you - this may be an oldie, but it is a goodie! Three Erin McCarthy stories all in one. I first read this book about a decade ago, and it is the book that actually hooked me into reading everything Erin has written (yes, I mean everything - I have a bin of books in my basement to prove it). Three fun reads that involve, yes you guessed it, social media. My favorite of the three is “User Friendly” - I just adore Evan, and his relationship with Halley. And, while Evan is still my favorite character, I found that Bad Boys Online as a whole was even better than I remembered. Of course, this may be because social media is such a huge part of our everyday lives now - at least my life.

I recommend you read this awesome anthology. And, if you have already read it, I suggest you pull it out and read it again. I promise, you’ll enjoy it!

I received the re-released edition for free in exchange for a honest review.
Wen
Bad Boys Online is a book consisting of 3 novellas each a fast, fun, steamy read. Each story establishes the main characters having known each other and been friends for an extended period of time, 10 years as best friends in one case. After a specific inciting incident occurs in each novella a major change of each relationship takes place within a 24 hour time period. Each story has some laugh out loud moments as well as steam, which Ms. McCarthy can write with the best of them.
The author’s trademark humor comes through in each story but her character and romantic relationship building isn’t allowed in this novella format. I prefer her full novels that give her that page length to establish fully fleshed out characters and build the relationship up from lukewarm to simmer to boiling.
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