His For A Week: Bought

His For A Week: Bought

by Em Brown

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940155214397
Publisher: Em Brown
Publication date: 05/08/2018
Series: His For A Week
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,382
File size: 416 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

After accidentally flashing an audience with her knickers, Em Brown decided that writing was a safer activity. She enjoys writing romance, particularly erotic historicals. For more about her works, visit www.EroticHistoricals.com.

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His For A Week: Bought 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
At first , I was in to it and then BAM every few pages they would repeat basically the whole book that I just read ,up to that point over and over .... "Cliffhanger"...GRRR
Anonymous 9 months ago
Ariel_Marcus 12 months ago
The writing in this story is wonderful. The characters are good, and the story is good. The only problem I have with this book is that it seems like half a book, not a complete novel. I recommend this book, but be sure to get the follow up as well.
Ariel_Marcus 12 months ago
The writing in this story is wonderful. The characters are good, and the story is good. The only problem I have with this book is that it seems like half a book, not a complete novel. I recommend this book, but be sure to get the follow up as well.
goawayimreading More than 1 year ago
Em Brown is on my list of “must read” authors because I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve read so far. Those were all historical romances, and even though this is a completely different type of romance, I decided to give it a try. I usually dislike "romance" books that feature women auctioned off to billionnaires, because those stories typically all sound the same and require some serious suspension of disbelief for you to buy into the “romance”. However, I couldn't wait to see what Em Brown would do with this kind of story. Would she be able to change my mind and convince me that a romance could develop between an auctioned woman and her buyer? I'm SO GLAD I took a chance on this book. She took the typical tropes and gave them her unique spin. For example, she manages to poke harmless fun at readers who consume romance novels, via a secondary character who naively treats Cinderella stories like gospel. Some of the things she says are beyond funny. I caught myself wondering about my own ideas of what romance looks like... Am I that naive, too? Her lead characters also provide interesting perspectives because they are from different cultures (meaning non-Caucasian). Their conversations flow back and forth from casual chitchat to witty insights to VERY steamy foreplay. The author doesn’t just tell you they’re smart and sexy; she shows you through their dialogue and actions. I love that kind of writing. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and am hooked enough to keep reading so I can get to that happy ending. And I know that I’ll have to read a few more books before I get there. Even though the book title refers to a week, it only covers the first part of that week. Ms. Brown leaves us with a cliffhanger, and will likely produce a series of books to get us through that week. (Not sure how many books she has planned since this is a new series, but that is how she handled the other books I’ve read.) If you are the type of reader who dislikes cliffhangers, I suggest you wait until Ms. Brown has finished this series so you can buy the bundle as a complete story. Or you can read each in sequence as I plan to do. Either way, you should definitely add this to your library.
Pico1 More than 1 year ago
This is a story about a young journalist who volunteers for a “slave auction” of pretty girls in order to write about it and the people involved, and score a big “scoop” that might get her a good job with a newspaper. She is not a very sympathetic or interesting person, nor are most of the other characters in the story except the guy who bought her, Ben. There is some sex in the story, some mild BDSM, and a lot of feminist philosophizing, as well as discussion of racial issues. The ending was unsatisfactory because there was no ending – simply an indication of further information to be gathered.
Anonymous 12 months ago
The beginning got my interest - if the heroine will retaliate or “submit.” Then, she lost my interest. Storyline’s okay, not intriguing to continue series.