From New York Times Bestselling author, Sawyer Bennett, comes a SEXY new stand alone romance…
When you're a rock god, fame and fortune are your two best friends, but they can be fickle bed mates. It seems everyone wants a piece of me. I'm being sued, pressured to sign contracts, and fending off rabid women who want to steal my virtue. Just kidding on that one. We all know I don't have much virtue left.
That's why I need Emma Peterson. The sharp-as-a-tack and sexy-as-sin lawyer saved my ass before and I know she can do it again. The only problem is that sweet, prim and totally straight-laced Emma doesn't want anything to do with me. Not professionally, and certainly not personally.
But c'mon. Everyone wants me, and even though it would take a crow bar of epic proportions to get her to spread those sexy legs for me, all I want is her mind. I swear. Her beautiful, brilliant mind to make sense of my crazy world. Good thing I have something up my sleeve to get her to say “yes”. Some might call it blackmail. I call it something else.
Looks like Emma Peterson just became my biggest defender. If only I can resist wanting to screw my attorney six ways to Sunday.
*Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll is a sexy stand alone and can be read independent of the other Legal Affairs books.
I love this book. The characters are endearing and captivating. Adding to my favorites to read over and over again.
First let me say I love Sawyer Bennett. I’ve read and enjoyed all of the other books in her Legal Affairs series. I delayed purchasing Sex, Lies and Rock & Roll due to the poor comments by other reviewers. Unfortunately they were right. Emma the female lead is just too weak and I really didn’t like her too much. Overall the story did not have the spark or the humor of the other books in the series.
I can’t recommend this one.
It was okay
So I’ve read ALOT of Sawyer’s books.. and I can’t remember a female character who I just genuinely disliked as much as Emma. She’s constantly beating herself down and doubting any good qualities she might have. And honestly, it’s really annoying. After the first few chapters I already knew this wasn’t going to be a favorite of mine. This book was just okay.