Amanda Jenner is done being a boring man magnet and has finally taken control of her love life. As any smart paralegal would, she's researched the hell out of how to seduce a man. She's waxed, primped, and ready to put her newfound skills into action - and a masquerade bar crawl is the perfect venue for her solo coming-out party.
Entertainment attorney Mick Bad lives by two hard and fast rules. He never mixes business with pleasure, and he doesn't do relationships, which makes the anonymity of a masquerade bar crawl the perfect place for a onetime hookup.
Amanda thinks she's hit the jackpot when she bags a tall, dark, and sinfully delicious masked man - until she discovers the man she's made out with is her off-limits boss. Mick's already crossed a line he can never uncross, and one taste of sweet and sexy Amanda has only whetted his appetite. When Mick offers to give Amanda a lesson in seduction - no strings, no regrets, and for goodness' sake, come Monday, no quitting - the tables turn, and Mick's totally unprepared for the lessons this sweet temptress provides.
Great characters, interesting plot and sizzle!
Melissa Foster has turned up the heat with this one! Great character, an interesting plot and lots of sizzle make for a delightful story!
I was given acomplimentary copy of this audiobook. All thoughts are my own.
This audiobook is amazing!! Mick Bad is so hot and sexy!! Amanda Jenner is so sweet and sexy!! They have both had eyes for each other for a long time but being coworkers kept them from acting on it!! Mick doesn't do relationships and Amanda is wanting to find the real deal! He agrees to teach her how to seduce a man!! The feelings they have start to dominate and that open up old wounds from Mick's past!! Paul Woodson did an amazing job with narration!!
This is the first book of the Bad series and it was a good book since Mick and Amanda were well written characters with chemistry. Their story moved along well and kept me interested but the narration did not do it for me therefor making it hard to get into this book. The narrator's voice or how he was reading the story made it hard to take the story seriously and I have been a fan of Ms. Foster's work from the start.