That got your attention.
Some of the most powerful and well known women in the country pay to have sex with me, some of them married. Some are into more than just straight sex, which is why they call me. Bondage, power play, submission…nothing is off the table. I will do anything for the right price.
The stories I could tell you about a certain high profile congresswoman, or that innocent blonde actress. Trust me, she’s not so innocent.
Guys would kill for my job. I’m living the fucking dream. Meaningless sex, no relationship hang-ups and I’m rolling in the dough. Life is perfect, just the way it is.
Until I meet her.
She changes everything.
She makes me want more than I’ve ever wanted for myself and she believes in me. But she also thinks I sell insurance. I can’t stop what I do, but I can’t give her up.
Eventually, my two worlds are going to collide and when they do, shit will hit the fan.
Coop is someone who shies away from relationships. He had been burned by his wife and best friend when he was younger, so sex and no strings attached is really quite perfect for him. Not to mention it pays for his Mother’s care. However, when he reconnects with Mia, his first crush, he begins to yearn for something more. Which is great, right? Wrong! I mean, seriously! How do you continue to sleep with countless women, even if it is your job, when you are flirting with, and trying to pursue, a woman that you actually care for??
Another thing that bugged me was the fact that I didn’t really feel a connection to Mia. To me their story seemed a bit rushed. I also found myself liking Coop’s friend Beth more than I liked the actual Heroine of the story. What can I say? I felt like she had more personality, and that’s what I’m drawn to.
This book is definitely an erotica, that’s for sure. The sex scenes are steamy, and quite varying. It’s one of those books that you might feel guilty about if you’re reading in public. Unless you’re shameless; in that case, you rock! Overall, I would give the book a 3 star rating. I liked it, I just didn’t love it. I would have liked to have seen more focus on the actual story, and not just the super-hot sex scenes.
**An Arc was kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Missy, it was much appreciated.**