Published by Self Published on June 1, 2014
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My name' s Sebastian Black, and I want to buy you. I could have any woman I want, but I choose you.
NO RELATIONSHIP, JUST SEX.
Here' s my offer…
I' ll put your name in my LITTLE BLACK BOOK, and when I want you, I' ll call you. When I call, you' re going to come, in more ways than one. It will be mutually pleasurable for both of us.
There are only two rules:
DON'T EVER DENY ME.
DON'T FALL IN LOVE.
If you do either, I' ll remove you from my book and payment stops.
Do we have an understanding?
First off I cannot believe this full length novel was only 99 cents when I bought it. After just finishing it I’m sitting pondering this. I really loved this one. The synopsis grabbed my attention and I knew I had to read it. The plot is unique and once I got started reading I had a hard time putting it down.
The characters were all intriguing and I enjoyed getting to know each of them. Sebastian was an arrogant ass in the beginning, but I slowly came around to liking him. He’s rich, very good looking, and knows what he wants. Upon seeing Rosslyn he wants her and won’t stop until he has her.
Rosslyn has been dealt a bad hand in life. Her parents were murdered when she was a young girl and she along with her much younger brother grew up living with their grandmother. When she (her grandmother) dies things go down hill quickly.
I really liked Rosslyn. She’s strong willed and will do whatever it takes to provide for her brother.
The attraction between these two is apparent from the first time they meet and the chemistry between them grows stronger and stronger the more they spend time together. Soon feelings get involved and Sebastian is having none of it. He runs.
One thing about Sebastian is that he tends to run hot and cold the majority of this book. I can sort of see why, but at times it made me doubt my feelings about him.
The sex scenes were HOT! And plentiful. And well written.
There’s sort of a suspense element to this story that made it all the more enjoyable. I knew something big was going to happen and I kept trying to figure out what it was but never could. I like stories like this. Stories that keep you guessing all the way through.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I’m glad I took a chance on it.
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