He's a dirty flirt. She loves a good challenge. Things get steamy in this fun office romance.
What's the fastest way to turn a confident woman into a stuttering mess?
You pair her up with the hottest guy in the company and tell her to market a sex product.
The first thing Drexel Adams ever said to me had to do with flavored condoms and I'm sure my face stayed beet red the entire meeting.
I don't usually get squirrely around good-looking men and it annoys the hell out of me that I can't control my responses to him.
A gorgeous smile spread across his face when he noticed me blushing and from then on he decided to torture me with his dirty words every time we worked together.
What he didn't expect was for me to take him up on the challenge.
Our dirty flirting turned into a torturous game and it wasn't long before our lust became unbearable.
So we took a risk...
One that could ruin both of our careers. One that would allow us to give in to every dirty thing we've ever said to each other.
We agreed on thirty-six hours.
Thirty-six hours of guilt-free sex and the game would end.
The funny thing is we actually thought that would work.
This book was twisty turning and sexy and hot a whirlwind of emotions I understand why Kelsa is the way she is and can't wait to read what happens next I loved it so much -Elizabeth
This was an excellent, fun, easy read. Once I started this book, I could not put it down until I finished. The chemistry between Kelsa and Dex is combustible!! This book flows from beginning to the end and will leave you breathless and wanting more. - Helen
Wow!! What happens when dirty flirting is no longer enough?? Well ...its explosive! When Drex and Kelsa can no longer keep their hands off each other, it opens up a whole new world of steamy possibilities. Both are workaholics, that's the easy part. The hard part is when their past, present and future collide...who is left standing??? - Chrissi
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1 star because I can’t leave zero
There is way too much going on in this book. The author should have picked a direction and stayed with it. After the “possible” pregnancy, I stopped reading. Another thing I found annoying was the abrupt ending to chapters.