Troy Anderson is the self-proclaimed Mr. G-Spot because he knows how to make a woman reach the ultimate mind-blowing orgasm. Since his divorce, he's been in-between the sheets with woman after woman, never really forming a connection with any of them. Because of his ability to make them "rain" in the bedroom, some of these women shower him with expensive gifts ranging from jewelry, to fancy clothes, to expensive automobiles. Along with these gifts comes a load of problems.
Troy is reacquainted with his high school sweetheart and first love, Nicole Wilkerson. Even though she is engaged to be married, Nicole is reeled in when she decides to sleep with him one last time before she ties the knot. That "one time" turns into a full-fledged affair. Neither of them knows how to deal with the past emotions that resurface. After sleeping with Troy again, Nicole questions whether she's really ready to get married or if she's just settling. Troy begins to reflect back on the women he's used and wonders if any of them deserved to be treated so callously.
What will happen when Mr. G-Spot encounters a woman scorned, and will he be able to escape the wrath of a vengeful husband?
|Publisher:||Teresa D. Patterson|
|File size:||203 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Teresa D. Patterson is known for writing books in the urban fiction genre that are filled with steamy sex and tons of drama. She also writes erotica, romance, and young adult fiction. The writer inside her emerged during fifth grade in Spelling class. Even though she'd had poetry and short stories published over the years, she didn't became a published author until 2005. In 2009, she felt it was time to take her writing career in her own hands and formed Edit Again Publications to self-publish her works. Patterson has written twenty-one novels. Some of her popular titles include, the Project Queen series (Project Queen 1, Project Queen 2 & Big Tobe: Retribution), The Real Hood Wives of St. Pete., They Call Me Mr. G-Spot, and Ex-boyfriend. Patterson lives in Florida, which is the setting for most of her novels. She has three children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a really great read. At first I didn't like the main character, Troy Anderson, but as I read further, I understood why he was such an a-hole at times. I'm glad that he learned something important about himself and was able to change before the book ended. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced, exciting book with hot sex , but not too much