The first time I met Violet Roberts, she gave me her submission for the night. The second time I met her, it was across a boardroom and man, was she pissed.
Now she insists we have a "conflict of interest". She wants us to "move forward like grown-ups."
But I can't forget our single, scorching night together—when what I wanted and how I wanted it wasn't a problem, because it nailed all her kinky buttons, too.
Max Donovan is a dirty, dirty man. Deliciously so. But the former child TV star turned renowned paediatrician and best friend to the prime minister is also my client.
One of us needs to be responsible, and it's not going to be him.
So why can't I forget how utterly incredible it was to be at his mercy? And what am I going to do when he takes his pursuit to the next level?
* A serious case of a one-night stand gone wrong (but not until after it went very, very right).
* Healthy boundaries and a double-dose of will power.
* Should that plan fail, the second course of treatment would be an air-tight contract and a solid cover story.
* Real doctors and lawyers will likely be appalled at the professional infractions inside this (thankfully fictional) erotic romance. We recommend they start with Prime Minister, the first book in the Frisky Beavers series. By the time they finish Gavin and Ellie's book, they'll be so enamoured with Max that they'll forgive his transgressions in the pursuit of his filthy happily ever after ending.
Love this book
This is my second book by Ainsley Booth and once again she did not disappoint. This book held my interest from the first page until the epilogue. There was just on part of this book that I didn't like and it was the school girl/principal scene, it made me uncomfortable. Since these books are geared to adults, maybe college girl/professor would have been a better choice.
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I suspect leaving a reader completely speechless by the end of a book is every author's secret fantasy, but it makes it really difficult when that reader wants to leave a review. It's a good problem to have, though, because my brain is still so caught up in the amazing chemistry between Max and Violet. It's not often I find a book that manages to be so graphic during the physical scenes and yet have such a sense of humor about the day to day interactions between them while also maintaining such a realistic and delicate touch with the emotions. Doctor Bad Boy is a lot like life: it's dirty, it's sweet, it's messy, it's funny, and it's a little bit heartbreaking while still being hopeful.
I received a complimentary advanced copy of the book.