Faking it never felt so good…
Cory Santangelo is used to getting his way, both in the boardroom and the bedroom. Lately he hasn’t had much opportunity to do anything but work, but one unexpectedly sexy night in a gazebo with Victoria, his gorgeous and feisty interior designer, changes all that—especially when they’re caught on camera. Suddenly Cory’s sterling reputation is no longer above reproach. Since his impromptu encounter coincides nicely with his need for a girlfriend to get his well-meaning, meddling parents off his back, he decides to ask his lifelong frenemy for a favor. To pretend to be his girlfriend for a month. No strings attached.
The only problem? Vicky Townsend wants those strings tied all around her. She’s battled a long-suppressed crush on Cory, and their combative work relationship has only fanned the flames. When he suggests his needs are more than she can handle, she’s ready to up the ante. And her bargaining chip is lots of delicious, inventive sex.
Until they discover nothing feels as good as making it real…
©2013 Cari Quinn (P)2014 Audible Inc.
I love the story line. Cory comes off as arrogant, SOB..but you start to fall in love with him he is actually very loving, caring and all that a woman would love. You don't get the pretty romance sweep you off your feet story..it's more realistic... not our billionaire story but a nice well off guy that holds deep feelings for Victoria.
The love scenes are super hot.. they are steamier than FSOG. I liked them much better than any other books i have read. including Crossfire, Stark International, and FSOG trilogy. One book that left me wanting to find out more about their happily ever after.
the Yoga Gym Sex Scene when he first realized he wanted her badly.
Leave it as No Romance Required!
Good Books Don't Promote Violence
If your idea of romance is a male bully who tells a woman to shut up and get naked on a smelly gym mat, then this is the perfect book for you.
Cory, a rich & arrogant bully, is threatened by his parents to get a personal life or lose his CEO position in the family business. So he asks Vicky, a business colleague, to be his fake girlfriend so his mommy will get off his back. What a prize!
Cory informs Vicky that she must submit to him violent sexual needs, never asking what she wants and just issuing orders in the most condescending ways. Unbelievably Vicky finds his selfish, obnoxious behavior sexy and morphs into a boring wimp.
Vicky, who is more worried about getting her heart broken, doesn't mind his boorish and insulting behavior. Insecure and desperate, Vicky is willing to endure any amount of physical and emotional abuse as long as she gets the occasional orgasm.
Obviously, I did NOT find this book romantic, fun or erotic. I can't say who I disliked more, Cory for being a self-centered asshole or Vicki for becoming a pathetic doormat.
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