Topical Temptation, 4
November 13, 20017
A five figure fee. A private villa at an exclusive tropical paradise. Absolute compliance. Top tier celebrity trainer Luke McLean demands all of the above, plus strict adherence to his zero bullshit policy. Especially when faced with six short weeks to whip a spoiled starlet into leading lady shape.
Quinn Sheridan suddenly has half the time she anticipated to turn herself into an action hero for the role of her career. Luckily, her agent calls in a secret weapon, but the demanding, drop dead gorgeous hardass fails to understand SHE’S the client. She has no problem taking direction, but Luke’s definition of cooperation feels more like complete and utter submission. And she’s tempted to give it to him...
First off, I liked Dirty Games. I would consider this one of the tamer of Samanthe Beck's book, but there's still some heat. I guess it's kind of hard jump into bed with someone who you are suppose to have a working relationship, and the hero kind of despise the heroine due to the fact she's an actress.
We have Quinn Sheridan. She's probably one most down to earth Hollywood celebs, but Luke McLean doesn't believe. He's pretty jaded from his past when it comes to Hollywood celebs. Quinn already has a black mark against her, and there's other reasons she has a black mark. Luke's kind of a jerk to Quinn. He's a personal trainer, but he already has a chip on his shoulder. They have a rocky start to say the least. Quinn has personal issues that kind of hinder her a little.
Overall, I liked Dirty Games. It was a little different. There's a ton of sexual tension going on in this story. I have to say that Luke does a pretty good job resisting her through most of the book. However, you can only resist so long. It's a fairly quick read, so if you are in need of something like this, Dirty Games is your book.
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When not clinging to sanity by her fingernails or dreaming up fun, fan-your-cheeks sexy ways to get her characters to happily-ever-afters, she searches for the perfect cabernet to pair with Ambien.