Driving Her Wild

By Meg Maguire
(Harlequin, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780373797776, 218pp.)

Publication Date: October 2013

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Winning is good. Succumbing is even better 


Recently retired pro MMA fighter Steph Healy is through having rough-and-tumble romps with sexy blue-collar dudes. Unfortunately, Wilinski's Fight Academy has hired an electrician with a body built to make a gal weep. And avoiding some full-body contact is taking all of Steph's self-control. 


Carpenter-turned-electrician Patrick Doherty is damn good with his hands. Sure, he's not what Steph is looking foryet. But he's about prove that she has seriously underestimated her opponent. 


The moment Patrick has her deliciously pinned, Steph knows she's in deep, deep trouble. Because this seemingly mild carpenter has the mastery to give her exactly what she needsand this is one takedown she's willing to take lying down!


About the Author
Meg Maguire taught for many years in London schools, including a period as a headteacher. Her research interests include education policy and practice, social justice issues, the life and work of school-teachers, teacher education and the challenges of inner-city schooling. She is Professor of Sociology of Education in the Department of Education and Professional Studies at King s College London, UK. She has extensive experience of supervising research with undergraduate, masters and doctoral students in educational studies and has a long-standing concern with ethics in research. Her most recent book "How schools do Policy. Policy enactments in secondary schools "(Routledge, 2012) is co-written with Stephen Ball and Annette Braun. She is lead editor for the "Journal of Education Policy".
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