Favorite Lines: “We have to enjoy one weekend of blistering hot sex. No strings, of course. It’s not like you have to locate and meet the guy of your dreams or anything. You just have to fuck someone.” (13)
Those lines summarize Wild, Wicked, & Wanton. Jaci Burton has penned three highly erotic stories which include a little something of all women’s secret fantasies. Three women have taken charge of their sexuality and chosen to pursue weekends of hot, no bars sex.
They don’t go looking for love, although they aren’t completely shut off from the idea of it. Of all the characters, I liked Callie the best. She is a widow who meets an up-and-coming lawyer. Her lawyer friend becomes her lover and the two enjoy many hours of observing humanity and creating a better future.
Abby participates in a threesome and has to decide if she wants both men or if one is better than two. I like the way the scene is set for the intercourse. There’s no pressure and the emotional baggage that one would assume she felt is well written. I like that Abby was undecided about her feelings towards her participation of the threesome.
Blair airs her dirty laundry, too. She lets the secret behind her love ’em and leave ’em attitude out. She’s been engaged several times, only to bail before the weddings. She is a free spirit that is guided by a deep fear. She has also had a crush on a local cop who feels the same way about her. If you like cops this is the story for you.
Overall, if you’re not in the mood for an erotic book you should already know not to pick up Burton’s book. This book is a sizzler. It is sex scene, after sex scene. The male characters were all likable and lick-able. (Is that a word?) The women were strong; they had to be to follow through with the dares. I like the sexual variety that Burton gives and paired with the variety of women it worked well.