I saw her. I wanted her. I bought her.
She was just supposed to be a plaything for a week. But I can’t keep my hands off of her, can’t stop thinking of all the things that I want to do to her.
She tries not to want it. I’m not sure why. But it doesn’t matter. She can try and resist me. She won’t prevail.
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Title is a catcher!
The book is rather slow pace. That being said it was great with detail. I loved how the author threw in real informative information. The wording wasn’t always my taste, for example “master-bated me”. The book definitely could have been longer. It could of had more twist and turns. Something more to leave you hanging onto the cliff. Instead I’m not that interested in reading the second book. I am assuming that the second book will be better and can think of a ton of different scenarios that could take place.
I was enjoying this book so much and thought what a wonderful way for an author to let you see a full 550+ page book to see how good they are, what a complete let down to find out this is a 5 part book series that you have to pay for if you want to finish the story, my only thought is never to read anything by this author again and to let everyone I know about this, I would have paid for future books but never if a free book is only a tease SHAME ON YOU
His For A Week: Bought
I agreed to write a review for an advanced copy of this book. Normally I thoroughly enjoy Em Brown’s writing, although most of her stories end a little too abruptly for my tastes, and in places where I think that when I turn the next page, the characters are going to take their relationship to a whole new level. However this time I struggled to stay engaged with the development of both the storyline, & the main characters’ relationship. Initially, I didn’t care for the amount of time or detail invested in the secondary characters, although I understood the purpose, nor did I care for the way the group sex was presented. Then, just as I began to think that both the storyline and the character’s relationship was deepening and coming into focus, the book ended, more abruptly than any before, and I was left feeling like I had been doused with a bucket of cold water.