"Good girls finish last, Daniel, and I've always been at the head of the class." That's what Vixen Mallory would say, and Vikki Kirkland was saying it now - to Dan Falkner, ace reporter who'd come to do a story on the soap opera and the star that had taken the cable network and viewership by storm.
Welcome to Sodom's Crossing, just south of the equator - well actually downtown Manhattan! From her billboard in Times Square to her rare vertical photos in Playboy - the world was finding it easy to be Vixen-ized.
Vikki had sworn to her fellow castmates on Always Tomorrow that she would protect their secrets by being the sexy, unscrupulous siren on camera and off - to the hilt. Making sure that investigative reporter Dan Falkner would focus on the illusion rather than the sweet, shy woman Vikki really was.
There was just one problem - Vikki never imagined how easy it would be to enjoy being a vixen and take what she wanted. And she found she wanted Dan Falkner more than she had ever wanted any man.
"A real sizzler. A marvelous conjuror of provocative and delicious situation comedy. Elaine has worked her magic again in Video Vixen." (Romantic Times Magazine)
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Sassy, Sexy Romantic Comedy
At the top!
This romance is like others featuring fun characters and snappy banter, but it's got that television insider aspect that's so much fun.
Narrator has a husky voice just the way Vixen Mallory, the heroine of this romance, is described as sounding.
Yes, unfortunately I couldn't so I enjoyed getting back to it at the end of the work day.
For anyone who loves contemporary romance novels and the "insider" view of daytime television.
- Joan Reeves, NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author
And then there was Vixen...
Sexy, intriguing, humorous
There are so many aspects to Vixen . . the contrast between the character and the actress is one of the main points. Of course as this ace reporter learns more and more about the lives surrounding the cast, it gives the reader a look through his eyes the difference between reality and PR. All in all it shows wonderful insight into the 'person' in a personality.
This is my first encounter with Ms. Book, but I don't believe it will be the last.
When Daniel learns begins interviewing the cast and learns about their private lives.
I've read - and enjoyed more than one of Ms. Chase's novels, and I am so pleased at how well they transform into audio form. It breathes more life into already wonderfully believable characters, I enjoyed the book and the audio was just as enjoyable, I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to just listen to a GREAT story.
- Linda Eble Swain