Sunday, 1 March 2015

Yes I read these kinds of books too

Thirty days of discovery...
with her self-esteem at an all-time low following a disastrous relationship Jules just needs a place to hide away, so when her childhood Theo offers her a place to stay she jumps at the chance!

But the handsome, suave and sophisticate man who greets her is unrecognisable as the teen aged nerd she knew ten years ago.  She's out of her depth in Theo's new world, especially when he reveals the nature of the business that has made him a very wealthy man ... Theo owns and runs an exclusive club, a very private members club, catering to clients seeking something extra to spice up their private lives.  But Jules' shock and embarrassment turns to fascination and excitement when Theo gifts her a complimentary thirty day membership.

A short read in on sitting read.  But this book could be made so much more.  We could investigate the back story of both Jules and Theo.

What we do get is rather delicious and Jules definitely get more than she bargains for.  The sex is well described and not too kinky. This book is about a woman finding a place where she can explore her own sexuality without fear of recrimination and in so doing finds her perfect relationship.

The identity of her ‘dream’ lover was pretty obvious though.  There were a couple of twists when it came to dealing with the perfect relationship but again this was fairly obvious.  These characters present so much potential yet some of they just get fleeting treatment.

As said at the start of this review this reader, in particular, would love to see this novella developed into a full length novel so that more time is given to develop the characters and reveal their history and how they came to be where they were at the point of this story.  I would also have loved to learn more about this relationship and how it developed.

Delicious but too short.

Full Disclosure: ARC received from Netgalley for an honest review.

I rated this 4 stars on Netgalley and 'I liked it' on Amazon (4 stars) and Goodreads (3 stars)

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