His offer: 365 days and nights = $1 million
My addendum: I’m not doing that
His promise: Before the year is up, you’ll beg for it
My days of lying and stealing are over, but then Nicholas Crawford makes me an offer I can’t refuse. Spend a year pretending to be his significant other in exchange for $1 million dollars.
I tried to put that part of my life, and those hard-won skills, behind me. But I need the money. He needs a partner.
I told him that I’d never sleep with him. He promised me that I would end up begging for it.
Now, I want him more than ever.
Especially when I run my fingers over his chiseled body and he teases me with his tongue.
Especially when he puts his hands on the small of my back and kisses me.
I want him so much I am going to scream. I want him so much…I might even beg.
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"Extremely captivating, sexy, steamy, intriguing, and intense!” ★★★★★
"Addictive and impossible to put down.” ★★★★★
“I can’t get enough of the turmoil, lust, love, drama and secrets!” ★★★★★
“Fast-paced romantic suspense filled twists and turns, danger, betrayal and so much more.” ★★★★★
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3.75 stars-dramatic, erotic
3.75 stars--TELL ME TO GO is the second instalment in Charlotte Byrd’s contemporary, adult TELL ME erotic, romantic suspense series focusing on Nicholas Crawford and Olive Kernes. TELL ME TO GO should not be read as a stand alone as it picks up immediately after the events and cliff-hanger of TELL ME TO STOP.
SOME BACKGROUND: When an unknown benefactor pays off Olive Kernes’ student loans, our heroine doesn’t question but soon discovers that the mystery donor is looking for something more.
Told from first person perspective (Olive Kernes) TELL ME TO GO picks up immediately after the events of book one wherein Nicholas Crawford propositions our heroine for one year/one million dollars if Olive plays along with Nicholas’ plans. Having paid off Olive’s debts, and those of her deceitful mother’s, Nicholas makes Olive an offer she cannot refuse, an offer that places our heroine in the direct line of fire. Ready to move forward, Olive accepts Nicholas’ proposal, a proposal that is much more than Olive could have imagined.
TELL ME TO GO is a quick read; a dramatic and erotic story of deception and double cross; a tale of betrayal and revenge; of secrets, lies, retribution and protection. The premise is intriguing; the characters are charismatic but lost; the romance struggles in the face of too many secrets and the mystery as to why Olive has been pulled into Nicholas’ life.
I will be honest, I didn’t do my research and discovered, after the fact, TELL ME TO GO is book two, and I found myself reading numerous reviews of Tell Me to Stop, in an effort to understand what was happening and why. My bad ! I had to piece together spoilers, and the author’s clues throughout this particular instalment in order to follow the story line premise.