Skirt Chaser (Filthy Dirty Love #2) by Stacey Kennedy #BookReview #BillionaireRomance
Architecture executive Greyson Crawford is used to getting what he wants and making no apologies for it. This guy has confidence to spare, and he wears it well. When he charms his way into being Evie's date for a wedding she really shouldn't even have to be attending, he's damn near irresistible. The first chapter of this book is unputdownable, and it just gets hotter from there. A solid billionaire erotic romance with a little kink to spice up the bedroom play, Skirt Chaser is a GraveTells recommended read!
June 5, 2013
Book Review: Tangled by Emma Chase
This is one of the most entertaining books I've read in a long time. It takes a special talent to turn a conceited self-obsessed businessman playboy into a likeable protagonist that women actually want to live inside the head of. Not only is Drew fun to be around, he's got just the right mix of confidence (okay, arrogance) and charm to keep things interesting and his ability to recognize and rectify his mistakes makes him a character you can almost trust to do the "right" thing. The fact that he screws up, royally, and has downtime just like any other guy makes him that much more adorable. Add in some searingly-hot sex scenes and no-frills (sometimes crass) inner monologue and this [...]
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