He's sexy and confident, the kind of man every woman notices. You know, the one with the to-die-for body and panty-melting smirk. And then there's the way his designer suits drape over his broad shoulders and big...well, we've all heard the rumors, the ones that say he's up for any challenge.
But I can't see him that way. He's my boss - technically one of the owners of the company where I work - and definitely not in my league. Men like him don't notice women like me, and they don't date them. And I don't date men like him. Until that one time that I catch him in a compromising position when I'm also in need of a last-minute date for a wedding...and then it's not real. It's blackmail.
For one weekend, he's my plus-one.
Beautiful and unobtainable.
From the moment she walked into my office with those stunning blue eyes and crazy sensual curves, she's been on my mind. Three years and never once has she acted interested in me. Usually I flash a million-dollar smile and women fall to their knees, some literally. Not her.
Then on the occasion that I agree to let another woman do that - fall to her knees - guess who happens to catch us?
It may not be the most conventional way to get on her radar, but I didn't get this far in business without knowing when to seize an opportunity. If this sexy little firecracker with perfectly kissable lips thinks she can blackmail me into attending her cousin's wedding, I'm going to jump at the chance to be her plus-one.
You love her darker side. Now it's time to meet Leatha, the lighter side of Aleatha, as she trades her renowned twists and turns for laughs and love with this sexy new standalone romance, Plus One.
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By Sara Eisenhower on 02-10-17
Lord Save Me From Weak Emotionally Moronic Heroine
I realize that there would be no story if both the main characters are healthy well-adjusted people who are fully ready for a relationship but I am really tired of heroines who have zero self-esteem and constantly second guess the fact that a man is into them. The tired cliche of shutting the other person out before they can hurt you is...well...tired. There really wasn't much of a story to begin with as the setup is ludicrous. This woman is supposed to be an intelligent human resources manager and yet thinks it's a feasible plan to try to blackmail the owner of the company she works for into going to a family wedding? I'm pretty sure that Days of Our Lives passed on that story line for being too crazy.
The sex scenes were plentiful but full of words like rod and feminine center. To top it off the narrators were the final straw. The male narrator wasn't too bad, though with a penchant for overly dramatic intonation but the female narrator really killed it for me. I just have a hard time taking a story seriously with the dramatic emphasis on even the most mundane sentences. There was the occasional bright spot (her family was a hoot) but this really wasn't for me. There really felt like there was no true beginning, middle, and end of the story. It just sort of rambled along.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful
By R. Caldwell on 02-11-17
Can't Get Beyond Chapter 3
I'm sure this is a lovely story, but the female narrator's constantly quivering voice is too distracting.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful