‘DOMINATING HER CURVES’ is from international bestselling author Alex Anders and is for those who love short erotic romances where full-figured women, not only get their gorgeous guys, but are dominated by an alpha male.
There were 2 things that Renee Wheatley had a weakness for: raspberry crème brulee, and billionaire rock stars - rippling abs and bulging jeans included. Luckily for her, her new hotel job had both, though she suspected she’d only get her lips around one. After all, how many rock stars do you see spanking the curves of a full-figured girl like her?
Yet, when her eyes met HIS, his steely-wicked eyes, she could feel them undress her. 'Could that have happened?' she thought. Well, she was sure as hell not going to find out. Finding out meant risking her job. She wasn’t the roguish son of a billionaire. She was working class. She was a ‘good girl’ who always played it safe.
On the other hand, how could she not find out? So, pretending to be room service, she went to him. He saw through her game immediately. She wanted to run out. He ordered her to stay. And scared to lose her job, she submitted to his strong will, allowing his hands to continue what his eyes had started.
Her time with him was the best of her life. She could never do it again, though. What if someone found out? But, what if he ordered her back? What would she do then? When the phone rang at her station, she learned that she would soon find out.
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The narrator is terrible. At the beginning of the book he had absolutely no rhythm. It sounded as if he was trying to rush through the book as fast as possible. It gets a little better later, but there is still little feeling in the narration.
Perhaps he was bored by the story. It's a pretty boring story. Lots of angst by the introspective shy girl that somehow turns into the millionaire playboy deciding that he must have her - then some very unimaginative sex.
The story was okay although somewhat simple. The narration was one of the worst ever.
It was hard to get into the story for his reading voice.
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