Author: Georgia Cates
Date Pub: Aug. 03, 2015
Genre: Romance, Erotica
POV: Dual, First Person
Beau Emerson is no gentleman.
Those hazel eyes.
That filthy mouth.
That greedy, hard body.
It all equates to one thing. Irresistible.
One look and I know he’ll bruise my lips and scar my knees. He’ll give me the best nine days of my life while ruining me in the most beautiful way imaginable. And I’ll let him because he has the power to talk me into anything.
Except one thing.
I have no choice. The things I desire from him will destroy me in the end. I want more than he’s capable of giving––something true and beautiful.
He can never know how much of me belongs to him. Too much is at stake.
Shh … don’t tell him he’s my everything.
My name is Anna James Bennett. And this is our story.
Beau and Anna couldn’t be more different. Beau’s an architect and into poly while Anna’s is an aspiring author and into mono. Atta girl! I don’t think I could ever share my guy with other women. Anyway, so they’re both at Indulge, a place club/where people have freedom to indulge their sexuality. Beau had a bad history with his ex-wife and another woman or in their poly relationship. Duh, it could never work. Anna was invited by her friends who were also in poly relationship.
They met by chance encounter, at a restaurant. They decided to have a sexual relationship during their 9-day. One of the twist was when Anna thought Beau invited one of his friends, Carl, in threesome, so she fled. Then the second twist was she found out she’s pregnant with Beau’s kid. 14 months later, they met again during Anna’s book signing. The book was actually about them. Anna’s engaged. Beau’s in another poly relationship. *eye roll* Beau decided to hunt Anna down and pursued her relentlessly. He was angry at first when he found out he had a kid, and with his past it’s one of his pet peeves. Anna frustrate me at this part – she cheated. Why can’t you just be with Beau?? Eventually they got together and Beau got to meet his son, named after him.
I do not like cheaters. This book is an okay read for me. I won’t re-read it.