Wanted: Sexy sun-kissed surfer for hot summer fling
Innocent Alexia Burton needs to become sexually confident for an upcoming acting role, and that means taking a lover. Someone she’s attracted to. Someone who’ll teach her what she needs to know, but not ask for more than she's prepared to give. She needs to learn the intensity of true desire and then have him walk away.
Parker Hargreaves is determined to make amends for treating Alexia badly all those years ago. He's changed and wants her to think better of him. If that means letting her sharpen her sexual moves on him so be it. He’ll do it. His playboy reputation certainly won’t suffer.
He just doesn't count on walking away being so hard.
The Rags to Riches series
Book 1: The Playboy
Book 2: Her Secret Prince
Book 3: You for Christmas
Book 4: Breaking Good
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"The Playboy" by Madeline Ash is book three in the "Hot Aussie Heroes" series. This can be read as a standalone. This is the story of Alexia Burton and Parker Hargreaves.
Alexia became a successful actress. She wants to change to a different type of role than she normally plays. This role is a romantic role. She will not get this role if she does not become sexually confident.
Alexia decides to go back to Byron Bay to see if she can have a summer fling. The one person she does not want to see is Parker. He was a rich kid that treated her badly. Of course, one of the first person she sees is Parker. Parker has changed and is really upset with how he treated Alexia when they were teens. He wants to make amends and wants a meaningful relationship which is quite the opposite from when they were teens. So will Parker help her with getting ready for this new role?
This is a really cute, sweet, and steamy story about second chances. People can change. I especially liked Parker's character. A great quick romantic story!
I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review. FYI, contains mature content.
Simple, basic and short
Not enough to be called a book. This was a short story which was easy to predict and not worthwhile. The summary was severely lacking.