“Pretty Woman meets Indecent Proposal in Explicitly Yours, a seductive series that’ll leave your heart racing.”—Louise Bay, USA Today Bestselling Author
Lola Winters doesn’t think she can escape her life as a waitress—until she receives a shocking proposition from a sexy stranger. Wealthy businessman Beau Olivier wants Lola for a night, and in order to get her, he’s willing to make her dreams come true.
But Beau’s conditions are explicit. From sunset to sunrise, Lola must submit all of herself to him—body, mind, and soul. Because nothing is more important to Beau than maintaining control...especially over his possessions.
Sometimes, though, things don’t go according to plan. What if one night isn't enough? What if come sunrise, Beau isn’t ready to say goodbye?
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Indecent proposal indeed
This was a good start to the series. Lola and Johnny have been together for 9 years. They manage a failing bar that is rich in rock n roll history. There is talk that the bar will be sold. Leaving their futures in the balance. What will they do if the bar gets sold? In comes Beau. He's rich and has walked into their bar and has taken a liking to Lola. This is where things get interesting. Beau offers to give them money to buy the bar. Only if he gets one night with Lola.
This is the first book in a series. It does continue with the same characters. So you don't get a resolution to the story on this book.
This was my first book by this Author and it definitely won't be my last.
What a night!
This was my first book by Jessica Hawkins and what an introduction it was! She is not afraid to go past the boundaries that some are often to scared to cross.
You find yourself rooting for what most find morally wrong but Jessica makes you fall in love with the thrill of the fantasy and that's what makes the story amazing! She does a fantastic job of setting up a scene and making you feel like your right in the middle of the action! Night Fever is a weekend must read!
Basic dialogue style. Especially toward the end. So many promises and it’s all talk because the author couldn’t deliver it through words.