Avery Johansson is borrowing against her youth and beauty to afford a better future by working as a sugar baby. Men think she's everything they desire, soft, delicate, and able to stroke their fragile egos with a mere sweep of her lashes. The more they pay, the sweeter she becomes. If only they knew the woman behind the façade. Oh, she could bring them to their knees, make them beg, and unburden their minds to a point of ecstasy. The true Avery doesn't care for roses. She prefers the thorns. Because behind her beautiful exterior, she's more leather than lace, and beneath the sugar there's nothing but spice. The only thing missing is a strong and submissive man to make everything nice.
Noah Wolfe is used to getting exactly what he wants when he wants, and as he sets his sights on Avery Johansson, nothing will stop him short of having her. He's determined to bury himself in her mind and body, and plans to unravel every dark secret she hides.
As two dominant hearts collide in an explosion of sin and secrets, boundaries come tumbling down. But their future lies in someone's surrender, a sacrifice neither is prepared to make—and everything their happiness depends on.
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Wait for the sugar rush...
Avery and Noah’s story was a little slow to start for me - and I struggled to get into the storyline’s - probably more to do with the fact that I found it unrealistic that Avery would be paid so much without the expectation of any sexual relations and the sugar baby lifestyle is questionable to me personally.
Once the relationship between our main characters began to develop I thoroughly enjoyed their story - the interactions between the these 2 were intense and explosive at the start and I found it written well and was intrigued with the power play.
Noah’s is everything I want in my male lead and while Avery did annoy at first I loved that she managed to grow and accept the changes coming her way .
As always Lydias writing is exceptional and while it’s not one my fave reads by this author it was still a good read and worth the initial angst and Slow burn
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