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Posted March 24, 2013
My first book from Stacey Kennedy that has a complete male's point of view and it definitely did not change her writing style at all. In fact, I hope she writes more like this in the near future. I love being inside of a male's head and how they tell the story and see everything.
"Corporate Temptress" is intended for males to read, but females will enjoy it as well. Stacey Kennedy gives you two people who work for big companies and are trying to work out a merger together. Evan has been trying to finalize the details with his rival company and it is kind of hard when the CEO of that company is drop-dead gorgeous. She already had him when he talked to her on the phone, but when he officially sees her in person, he cannot help but want her completely.
Brooke is about to make the biggest and best deal with Evan. Before she agrees to have the companies fully merge, she wants him to have no-strings sex with her.
Evan cannot refuse this deal at all, and he may end up finding there are women out there that love to be in control not only in office, but also in bed as well. Brooke is about to make some of his ultimate fantasies come true.
This is one scorching quick read from Stacey Kennedy. I finished it in less than a hour, maybe even less since I did not have any interruptions. (unbelievable since I am always being pestered by a hubby or two children while reading) =)
Stacey Kennedy is one author who knows to write an hot sex scene and to have it from a male's perspective....it definitely was sizzling!
I loved the fact that Brooke took control of what she wanted and how she controlled Evan in the bedroom. Evan definitely was not used to it, but it did not stop him at all. He was up for the challenge.
I give this short novella 4.5 full moons and highly recommend it to erotica readers out there that want that quick and fast erotic read. It's only 40 pages long, and Stacey does an amazing job to keep your interest level up. It is also a great read if you are looking for a new fantasy to include in your love life with your loved one. =)
Be prepared to take a cold shower afterward, or before you read, make sure you have a very cold glass of water next you.
I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Posted March 1, 2013
Corporate Temptress by Stacey Kennedy is my first foray into the EC for Men imprint from Ellora’s Cave. I was willing to jump in feet first and take a chance on this imprint because I have enjoyed other stories by this author in the past. Corporate Temptress doesn’t disappoint!
As the imprint claims, this erotic story definitely caters to a man’s sensibilities with a fast-paced meeting of our two main characters, Evan Marshall and Brook Silverwood. Since there is little emphasis on the emotional attachment between the characters, Kennedy uses her engaging storytelling voice and draws the reader in with her convincing writing of Evan’s sexual fantasies. The author’s use of blunt language and vivid sexual descriptions keeps the pages turning in this sex-filled romp.
Although I am not part of the target audience, I really enjoyed this steamy story. If you are looking for a quick and scorching hot read, Corporate Temptress hits the spot.
I received an eBook copy from the publisher for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Posted February 20, 2013
This is erotica done extremely well. I'm a big fan of Stacey Kennedy, love her voice. This is my first EC for men read and it's obvious men will love reading this quick story told from the man's POV. BUT, take notice ladies, you'll love this too. It's hot, yes, it's smoken, plus the story has characters you'll love. Brooke is definitely a temptress, she's a powerful heroine and is not shy from taking what she wants. The story builds and builds and explodes at the perfect time. It's quick, it's hot, and it's easy to recommend to both men and women.
NOTE: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review
Posted November 18, 2014
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