Yes, Please by Willow Summers
Publication date: December 21st 2015
Genres: Erotica, Romance
Hunter Carlisle doesn’t take no for an answer
I have no job, a mountain of bills, and I’m a month away from homelessness. It can’t get any worse.
CEO prodigy Hunter Carlisle is looking for an admin, and he’s picked me. Filthy rich and sinfully handsome, he’s the bachelor everyone wants.
But he has a secret.
In order to keep the job, he’ll require me to f*ck, whenever and however he wants. No hearts, no flowers, no falling in love–just sex so good it should be illegal.
That’s not my kinda bag. I like to hold onto control with both hands. But Hunter Carlisle is a man that gets what he wants, and he wants to make the rules.
My only defense is saying no, but everything in my body wants to say yes…
**This is book one in a four part series, each book full length, intended for 18+. Each book has a mini-HEA to tide the reader over leading to an overall HEA and epilogue. This is a spicy book with a little humor and a few shenanigans thrown in.
Now. To me, this reads a little like 50 Shades fan fiction in places. But, that shouldn’t deter you at all, because although the book has the potential (from the blurb at least) to be a cheesy and/or predictable, I didn’t feel that was the case at all.
Instead, we are presented with a twist on a reasonably straightforward romance (if one ignores the contract). But the real gem is the character development. The characters are ultimately likeable, despite their idiosyncracies, and I found myself wanting them to succeed.
Possibly a NSFW read, but there is no kink, just raciness,which may have you a little hot and bothered.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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Willow Summers is the breakaway pen name from USA Today Bestselling author K.F. Breene, dedicated to comic, contemporary, erotic and suspense romance. When she’s not writing, be wary, because she will probably try to pull you into some shenanigan or other, usually involving wine and heavy doses of chocolate. She lives just south of wine country with her husband, two children, and out of work treadmill.