Blurb: It was an innocent mistake…
All workaholic real estate broker Addison Andrews wanted was one night of pleasure, and picking the right guy was no different than shopping from a catalog thanks to the dating app on her phone. His name was Wilder, and his profile was blank – just a sexy picture of a man who promised every wicked intention of a one-night stand.
The agreement was simple. One night. No last names. But the second their bodies melded together in the sheets of their posh Manhattan hotel room, there was no denying they fit together like two pieces of a broken puzzle.
There’s just one problem…
Addison unknowingly swiped right on the one man she wasn’t supposed to be with – her new stepbrother. All it takes is one bite of forbidden fruit to become addicted, but being with him has major consequences for their entire family. And if anyone found out about them, the career she worked so hard to build would crumble to the ground.
But Wilder Van Cleef doesn’t care about the possibility of a scandal. He wants her, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes.
This one was okay. The chemistry and sex carried this book as the characters themselves didn’t really have much in the way of depth. You can tell from the blurb what kind of book this is, and it was exactly what I expected. For some reason though, I wasn’t digging this story arc like I usually do.
Addison was selfish and while that was a turn off, I admired her dedication to telling Wilder no. She just wanted to get hers and didn’t really care about anyone else. But Wilder just kept pushing and it wasn’t even like a cute pursuit, it was borderline stalkerish. Like dude, how many times does she have to say no before you get it?
And yeah, I know in this specific instance, Addison really didn’t want to say no, another thing that kinda turned me off actually. I can’t stand when people just don’t say what they mean. Maybe I’m reading too much into it and not letting the fiction take me away but these kinds of situation really rub me the wrong way.
But….I was able to ignore all that because holy rusted metal batman, the sex scenes were on FIRE! And that’s what kept my interest throughout the book and ultimately what kept this book above 2 stars. So there you have it.