Blurb: “I want to taste you tonight.”
With chemistry this hot, it’s worth getting burned…
Billionaire Jack Grant is totally off-limits to Gemma Picton. He’s wild, deliciously dangerous…and her boss. When working late turns X-rated, it’s better than her wildest imaginings—and Gemma’s imagined a lot! But Jack has major emotional baggage, so when Gemma starts wanting to heal his heart as well as enjoy his body, she knows she’s in big trouble…
Whoa! This book was full of some serious graphic sexy times. And it was nearly on the first page. Now I love graphic sex scenes, however, and I may have said this before; there is a balance that needs to be displayed for me to like the book as a whole. I need depth of character as well as hot lovin’. I need intimacy as well as carnal actions. And this book had all of that, but it was nearly too late in the story for me to start caring about the characters. I barely finished it TBO.
The chemistry was on point. It was a bit overused though, to the point where I was wondering what else they really had in common that would make this a lasting relationship. GEmma knew him but he didn;t really make any effort to know her outside of work or sex. Total turn off form me as an alpha lover.
In fact, Jack Grant was a grade A dick when it came to behaving towards women. His back story explains this a little in flashbacks but I don’t think it was enough for me to forgive him for treating them that way. So I was already a bit salty toward him from gate.
And Gemma was a bit of a pushover when it came to pleasing her boss (pun intended) so that didn’t endear me to her character either. She had some serious ambition though, which I can relate to in a work atmosphere. And she wore her black sheep status like a damn face tattoo, something that also moved her into the likability category for me. So I wanted to push through and see if my mind could be swayed. Which, if an author can make me feel for the characters after I’ve already made a decision on them is a big deal for me.
And she did change my mind towards them in the end, but because it took so long for us to get THERE, it impacted my attitude towards this story in a much more negative way. And I think I’m pretty lenient when it comes to rating so for this to happen is kind of a bummer for me.
I received this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest/unbiased review.