Top Ten Tuesday: Down and Dirty in the Sand

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Beach Reads Week — top ten great beach reads, ten books I plan to read on the beach, ten beach reads for those who don’t like typical ~beach reads~, ten authors who are my go-to for beach reads, etc.

For some reason, the title Down and Dirty in the Sand popped into my mind when I saw the theme and I decided to just go with it. So, here are some steamy reads to occupy your mind when you’re chilling at the beach, pool, park or maybe just on your couch this summer. I tried to include some books I haven’t used for a Top Ten Tuesday post yet. 🙂

1. The Stark Trilogy by J. Kenner

Fans of Fifty Shades will love Damian Stark, the hero of Release Me, Claim Me, and Complete Me.

2. Porn Star by Laurelin Paige and Sierra Simone


Porn Star is literally about the two people falling in love in the porn industry, so you know it’s going to make you blush. The porn industry is not known for its ability to produce true love, but sites such as have been known for producing a lot of pleasure over the years, that being said times have changed and it is now possible that you can watch couples who are in love with each other having sex thanks to amateur websites like where anyone can post videos of themselves and their spouses, partners, girlfriends/boyfriends having sex.

3. Hustler by Meghan Quinn and Jessica Prince


Ignore the cover. Hustler isn’t about orgies. But is about a hot, poker playing millionaire who has the hots for a sassy cocktail waitress.

4. The Player and the Pixie by L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid

The Player and the Pixie combines one hot rugby player who’s horrible in bed with his arch nemesis’ sister who’s willing to teach him how to pleasure a woman. It’s funny and sexy all in one.

5. Reasonable Doubt (Volumes 1-3) by Whitney G.

A lawyer who meets women online and never does repeats meets his match through a sexy online friendship in Reasonable Doubt.

6. Calendar Girl by Audrey Carlan

In Calendar Girl, Mia becomes an escort (not a call girl!) to pay off her father’s shady debts. The men she meets and the relationships she develops over the year are fun, flirty, sexy and maybe a little dangerous.

7. Him by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Two strong, handsome, hockey playing male best friends fall in love in Him. Their story continues in Us.

8. The Quantum Series by M.S. Force

The Quantum series is another one for those Fifty Shades lovers.

9. Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen


Hot, ripped farmer.? Fun, witty dialog.?
You’ll find all that and more in Bittersweet.

10. Sugar Daddy by Sawyer Bennett

A young woman out for revenge against the people who ruined her life finds a romantic connection she didn’t expect in Sugar Daddy.

What “dirty” books would be on your list?

Review: Pistol Whipped by Susan Ward

Pistol Whipped
Series: Locked & Loaded, #2
Author: Susan Ward
Publication Date: April 27, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Note: I received this book from the author via Goodreads in exchange for an unbiased review.


The Locked & Loaded Series is a spinoff of the Amazon Bestselling Sand & Fog Series. Each book is a standalone and can be read in any order.


I’m Dillon Warrick.

Ex-Special Forces. I have no memory of what went down on my last deployment, so when the opportunity came to resign my commission and sign up for a new gig I jumped on it.

Now I’m the personal bodyguard for the biggest celebrity on the globe and still living life on the edge. I’m six feet two inches of blond-haired, blue-eyed Adonis, combat-fit body and fully loaded weapon.

My best friend, Graham, thinks I’m running too close to the edge and about to take a fall. And then there’s Rachel, my former high school sweetheart turned f&&k-buddy. As incredible as she is, I can’t commit until I unravel the mystery of what happened on my final mission.

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I’m pretty amazed at how much story and impact this short 121 page book had. I wouldn’t exactly classify it as a romance but more of a mystery. There were several twists and turns I didn’t see coming. I had my guesses of what was hiding in Dillon’s memory, but I never could have imagined what was hiding there. It was a really fun story to read unfold. I was sad when the story ended. I wish it would have been longer. I wanted to know more of what happened to Dillon after his memory returned.

I would recommend Pistol Whipped to readers who like a mystery to unravel in their romance novels.

Review: Matt by R.C. Ryan

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Series: The Malloys of Montana, #1

Author: R.C. Ryan

Publication Date: April 26, 2016

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Note: I received this book from the publisher via Goodreads in exchange for an unbiased review.

Goodreads Synopsis:

Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Him Away From Her

Raised beneath the big Montana sky, Matt Malloy was never meant to be a jet-setting businessman. But he’ll do anything to protect the family ranch he shares with his brothers. Coming home after a two-week trip to Italy, Matt wants nothing more than to shed his suit and tie for a well-worn pair of jeans and ride his horse up to the cabin for some alone time. The last thing he needs is a big-city lawyer invading his privacy-even if she is the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen . . .

Vanessa Kettering has devoted her life to her work. As a passionate animal rights defender, she doesn’t have room for anything else. But from the moment she meets Matt, she’s taken with this rugged cowboy’s lazy smile and tender touch. When a raging storm traps them inside his cabin for the night, one steamy kiss leads to another, sweeping them away with a force that’s as wild and untamed as the land he loves. But when the morning light comes, will she lose her heart?

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

Matt, the first book in R.C. Ryan’s new The Malloys of Montana series, is a classic contemporary romance novel. Matt and Vanessa meet and instantly are attracted to each other. Almost immediately, a circumstance arises that pushes them together. They slowly fall in love while trying to avoid the dangers advancing on them.

I really enjoyed Matt. The Montana scenery was beautiful and was a great backdrop for the story. Matt and Vanessa’s characters were well developed and had great chemistry. There was just enough suspense woven throughout the story to keep the reader on edge wondering what was going to happen next.

Contemporary romance readers who enjoy stories where a small town rancher falls in love with a big city girl are sure to love Matt.

Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

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Author: Emery Lord

Publication Date: April 5, 2016

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance, Mental Health

Goodreads Description:

We are seventeen and shattered and still dancing. We have messy, throbbing hearts, and we are stronger than anyone could ever know…

Jonah never thought a girl like Vivi would come along.

Vivi didn’t know Jonah would light up her world.

Neither of them expected a summer like this…a summer that would rewrite their futures.

In an unflinching story about new love, old wounds, and forces beyond our control, two teens find that when you collide with the right person at just the right time, it will change you forever.

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Emery Lord has a knack for writing contemporary novels that leave me speechless. She did it with The Start of Me and You and she’s done it again with When We Collided. I’m going to try my best to articulate my thoughts on it. The blurb doesn’t tell you much about the book, so there might be a few minor spoilers. I’ll try not to give anything away. So, here I go…

When We Collided is more than just a love story. It’s the story of two teenagers trying to survive what life has dealt them. Both are dealing with depression and mental health issues. Jonah is dealing with his dad’s death and his mother’s subsequent depression. He and his older siblings are struggling to care for their younger siblings. Vivi has just been diagnosed with a mental illness and is running from her past mistakes. When Vivi moves to Jonah’s small town, they each find something they need in each other. For Jonah, it’s acceptance and light. For Vivi, it’s a chance to help someone and feel normal.

When We Collided was perfect. It was told in two distinct points of view: Vivi and Jonah’s. The two view points perfectly set the mood and flow of the book. One Chapter, Vivi would be in a whirlwind and I would feel pumped up. The next chapter, Jonah would be calm and rational and I would feel relaxed. Seriously, the transition in moods was amazing. And exhausting! But in a good way, of course!

I loved the small town summer feel of the setting. It was the perfect backdrop for all of the characters. It made for a great sense of community and support when Vivi and Jonah needed it.

Vivi was exactly like being around someone in the stage of a manic episode. (I can say this having been around someone in a manic episode. I’ve even reacted like Vivi’s mother with the “Have you taken your medication today?” question.) Her enthusiasm and excitement were contagious. It took real talent for Emery Lord to portray Vivi so vividly. I loved her, but I was so worried for her all of the time.

Without Jonah, this book would have completely exhausted me. Even though he was going through his own tough times, his perspective calmed me. I could understand how his presence helped calm Vivi, too. Jonah’s struggles were different from Vivi’s, but they too felt real. So many kids out there are taking care of their siblings due to mental health issues, drug issues, work issues, etc.

As for Jonah and Vivi’s relationship, it burnt bright. It was easy to see what attracted them to each other. I loved how their entire relationship played out.

When We Collided was so touching and I really couldn’t find anything I would want to change about it. I absolutely loved it and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys young adult contemporary romances or books revolving around mental health issues.

I guess I wasn’t so speechless after all! 😉

Review: Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen

Series: True North, #1
Author: Sarina Bowen
Publication Date: June 14, 2016
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Note: I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an unbiased review.


The new series is set in Vermont. True North is populated by the tough, outdoorsy mountain men that populate the Green Mountain State. They raise cows and they grow apples. They chop a lot of wood, especially when they need to blow off steam. (Beards are optional but encouraged.)

If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the orchard.

The last person Griffin Shipley expects to find stuck in a ditch on his Vermont country road is his ex-hookup. Five years ago they’d shared a couple of steamy nights together. But that was a lifetime ago.

At twenty-seven, Griff is now the accidental patriarch of his family farm. Even his enormous shoulders feel the strain of supporting his mother, three siblings and a dotty grandfather. He doesn’t have time for the sorority girl who’s shown up expecting to buy his harvest at half price.

Vermont was never in Audrey Kidder’s travel plans. Neither was Griff Shipley. But she needs a second chance with the restaurant conglomerate employing her. Okay—a fifth chance. And no self-righteous lumbersexual farmer will stand in her way.

They’re adversaries. They want entirely different things from life. Too bad their sexual chemistry is as hot as Audrey’s top secret enchilada sauce, and then some.

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★


There was nothing bitter about Bittersweet. I savored every moment of this fun, sweet story. It was witty, sexy and I didn’t want to put it down. In fact, I didn’t. I read it all in one night. That’s how much fun it was.


I loved the main characters. Griff was this gruff, incredibly sexy farmer who didn’t have time for a woman in his life. He was too busy trying to keep his family’s farm from going under. I loved his loyalty to his family and his gruffness. The gruffness was super sexy. Audrey had a lot to prove to herself and her mother. She was gung-ho on making herself a culinary success. She was willing to do what it took to get her own restaurant. Behind her determination was sweet woman who just wanted to be happy in life.

Audrey and Griff’s may have been new to me, but they weren’t new to each other. They shared a couple of hook-ups in college and their sexual chemistry was off the charts. I loved all of their witty banter. They had me laughing several times. It was fun to follow them as they discovered they weren’t just a casual hook-up and deal with the problems that made for them.

Audrey and Griff weren’t the only cool characters in Bittersweet. I loved every one of the characters Sarina Bowen introduced us to. Griff’s family was one of those large families I always fall in love with in books. They joked around with and antagonized each other, but deep down they would do anything for their family. I also loved the farm helpers. Jude and Zach were incredible characters and I can’t wait to see them  in future books!


Bittersweet had everything I love in a contemporary romance. I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves this genre or is looking for a fun beach read this summer. I can’t wait for the next book in this series!

Release Tour & *Review*: Sugar Daddy by Sawyer Bennet

Title: Sugar Daddy (Sugar Bowl, Book #1)
Author: Sawyer Bennett
Release Date: May 24, 2016

Sela Halstead lost her innocence in a way that no sixteen-year-old should ever have to endure. She’s spent years trying to forget that night even while wondering about the identities of the monsters who brutalized her—until a telltale tattoo flashes across Sela’s TV screen. The incriminating ink belongs to Jonathon Townsend, the millionaire founder of The Sugar Bowl, a website that matches rich older men with impressionable young women. Obsessed with revenge, Sela infiltrates Townsend’s world, only to come face-to-face with a tantalizing complication: Beckett North, his charismatic businesspartner. The tech mastermind behind The Sugar Bowl, Beck always gets what he wants, in business and in bed. And yet, for a man who’s done every dirty thing imaginable, there’s something about the naïve, fresh-faced Sela that sparks his hottest fantasies. Because with her, it’s not just about sex. Beck opens up to her in ways he never has with other girls. So why does he get the feeling that she’s hiding something? In a world of pleasure and power, the shocking truth could turn them against each other—or bind them forever. Note: Sugar Daddy ends on a cliffhanger. Sela and Beck’s story continues in Sugar Rush and Sugar Free!



★ ★ ★ ★ ★

For someone who’s never read a book by Sawyer Bennett before, Sugar Daddy was an amazing introduction! It was smart, sexy and fast-paced. I couldn’t put it down. I read it in one sitting.

Sela was a complex character. She had been through something horrible, but had such strength and determination. Having been raped as a teenager, Sela was out for revenge after seeing a tattoo that identified her attacker. She was determined to make him pay. What Sela didn’t count on was falling for his best friend. Beck brought out things in Sela she never dreamed were possible.

Sela wasn’t alone in her self-discovery, though. Beck never planned on falling for someone. He was happy with one night stands. He never expected to want more with Sela. Beck found himself wanting a relationship and everything that went with it.

The only problem with Beck and Sela’s romance was Beck’s friend and business partner, J.T. Sela had to decide which was more important, her need for revenge or her relationship with Beck. The secrets she was keeping from Beck had the power to destroy their relationship.

Sugar Daddy had a little bit of everything going for it. It was a sweet and tender romance, but it was also suspenseful. I loved the tender moments between Sela and Beck. It was really cool that Sela and Beck both found things about themselves they didn’t know before because of their unconventional relationship. But I was constantly on edge waiting for J.T. or Beck to discover Sela’s secrets. It was so much fun! And dang! That cliffhanger! I need the next book like now!!!

If you enjoy books with a lot of sexy time and a little suspense, you should definitely pick up Sugar Daddy.

Synopsis:Purchase Sugar Daddy:

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 Pre-Order the remaining Sugar Bowl books now!

Sugar Rush (releasing 8/2/16):

Amazon – B&N – iBooks – Google Play – Kobo

Sugar Free (releasing 10/11/16):

Amazon – B&N – iBooks – Google Play – Kobo

About the Author:


Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Off Sides, in January 2013, Sawyer Bennett has released more than 30 books and has been featured on both the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists on multiple occasions. A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone. Sawyer likes her Bloody Mary’s strong, her martinis dirty, and her heroes a combination of the two. When not bringing fictional romance to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to a very active toddler, as well as full-time servant to two adorably naughty dogs. She believes in the good of others, and that a bad day can be cured with a great work-out, cake, or a combination of the two.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Ten Books I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed. I could only come up with four books this week. Even then I was kind of grasping at straws. Sorry.

1. Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James

Okay, so I admit I loved this series when I read it. The writing may not have been superb, but I was swept away by Ana’s emotions. It’s only been in the past year that I’ve started to think different about it. I blame that on 1) the movie and 2) Grey. The movie ruined it for me because without Ana’s inner dialog, it was all about Christian wanting to have rough sex with her. The feelings were completely lost. Grey contributed to the ruin by letting me in Christian’s head. I’m sorry, but he was a terrible person before Ana. His love for her may have redeemed him, but not in my eyes. So, I don’t know that I would love this series the way I did originally if I were to reread it.

2. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard


Mare Barrow Bone Marrow was so annoying in Glass Sword that I think I’ve pretty much forgotten how much I originally enjoyed Red Queen. High hopes she’s less annoying in book 3.

3. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

When I first read it, I thought it was a fun story about a girl going to school in Paris. The more I’ve thought about it since I read it, I’ve come to the conclusion that I hated Anna’s relationship with Étienne. She purposefully went after a guy who was in a relationship. That bugs me.

 4. Slammed by Colleen Hoover

I gave Slammed 5 stars because I loved Colleen Hoover’s writing, even though I hated how Will and Lake’s relationship started. While I still would say this book is really good, I might take away a star for the way the relationship started. It’s one of my least favorite relationship tropes.

Were any of these on your list?

Review: Big Easy Temptation by Shayla Black & Lexi Blake

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Series: The Perfect Gentlemen, #3

Authors: Shayla Black, Lexi Blake

Publication Date: May 3, 2016

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense

Note: I received this book from the publisher via Goodreads in exchange for an unbiased review.

Goodreads Synopsis:

The New York Times bestselling authors of the Masters of Ménage series present the third scintillating novel featuring the privileged, wealthy, wild men of Creighton Academy—the Perfect Gentlemen.

Years ago, Naval officer Dax Spencer and NCIS agent Holland Kirk indulged in a steamy affair—until she betrayed him in the wake of his father’s death. Dax tried to put her behind him with a payback of his own. But he never forgot Holland…

Now, as Dax and his fellow Perfect Gentlemen unravel a web of lies, he discovers his family’s tragedy is part of a much larger conspiracy. Soon, all clues point him back to New Orleans…where Holland waits, protecting her deadly secret and holding a torch for the only man she’s ever loved.

Once reunited, they can’t fight the passion flaring hot and wild. But something sinister lurks around every corner, from the elegance of the Garden district to the beauty of the bayou. Dax and Holland may find their way back to each other—if they survive…

  ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

I haven’t read the first two books in The Perfect Gentlemen series, but I have a feeling it would have been helpful to have read them prior to reading Big Easy Temptation. The background and storylines of all of the gentlemen would have been helpful. That being said, I was still able to read it and understand what was going on.

The writing in Big Easy Temptation was very good. It was a dual point of view story and both Holland and Dax had distinctive voices. I also couldn’t tell when the authors switched back and forth. It could easily have been written by one author. The plot was mysterious and kept me guessing.

Dax was a man who grew up with many privileges but chose to work hard. He was devoted to his family and friends. I loved his cocky and almost forceful nature. Dax went for what he wanted and wasn’t likely to take no for an answer.

Holland was sweet and intelligent, but she also had a lot of strength. She was willing to put the safety of those she loved before her heart.

Dax and Holland’s relationship was my favorite part of the story. They were both strong personalities, so their interactions were filled with intensity. When they clashed, neither was willing to give in. When they loved, they burnt brightly. It was easy to see why their separation didn’t leave much room for them to bond with other people.

The one major thing I didn’t enjoy about this book was the way it was set up. Between the Prologue and Chapter 1, the book abruptly flipped back and forth between three different time frames. Since I was new to the series and was still trying to figure out the characters’ relationships, it confused me a bit. From the first chapter on, the book was set in the past. It mostly set up the present and I found it slower paced than I would have liked. I had to keep pushing myself to read. The second half of the book was set in present day. I loved this part of the book. It was fast-paced, exciting and steamy. I wish the book had focused more on the present and less on the past.

Overall, I enjoyed the mystery and romance of Big Easy Temptation. I would recommend readers who are interested in Big Easy Temptation start with book one to get the most out of the story.


Review: Up In Flames by Abbi Glines

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Series: Rosemary Beach, #13

Author: Abbi Glines

Publication Date: June 28, 2016

Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance

Note: I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.

Goodreads Synopsis:

The blockbuster #1 New York Times bestselling Rosemary Beach series ends with a bang when the troubled character readers love to hate gets her very own happily ever after in this eagerly anticipated and overwhelmingly requested story. Known for causing problems for everyone in Rosemary Beach, Nan has been growing up lately, and she’s finally taking center stage—and finding love with the man she least expected.

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

I haven’t read all of the Rosemary Beach novels, but I have read several and there’s always been one character that’s interested me: Nan. She’s the character everyone loves to hate. She’s beautiful, impeccably dressed and a complete bitch. Nan’s made almost everyone in Rosemary Beach’s life hell at one point or another. I wondered how Abbi Glines would be able to make me fall in love with evil Nan.

All Nan wants is for someone to love her. She’s created a protective suit of armor around herself with her appearance and bitchy attitude, but when it comes down to it, she wants someone to love her as much as they love her sister-in-law, Blair, or her half-sister, Harlow. Nan’s hoping Major is going to be the man to sweep her off her feet, but she knows she doesn’t have his complete attention.

When Nan decides Major might not feel the way she does, she takes off for Vegas. In Vegas, she finds herself suddenly involved in an affair with the ruggedly handsome and mysterious Gannon. He brings out a side of Nan she never knew she had.

Returning home to Rosemary Beach after her intense time with Gannon leaves Nan feeling adrift. She can’t stop thinking about her experience with Gannon and how he made her feel. On top of that, Major is doing everything he can to woo Nan back. Nan will have to decide which man she truly desires.

I wish I could say that Up In Flames made me love Nan. It didn’t. I did come to like her, but I didn’t love her. I didn’t truly get to know her and her motives well enough in this book to fall in love with her. I wanted to connect with her character more than I did.

What I enjoyed about Up In Flames was the plot.  The Major-Nan-Gannon love triangle made the book. I liked knowing what Nan didn’t and watching the entire situation unfold. A little bit of mystery and suspense added so much to the love story.

What kept Up In Flames from being a 5 star read for me was the connection I didn’t make with Nan and Gannon’s sexual preferences. Even though Nan was down for his dark and dirty wants, I found them to be a turn off and bordering on creepy.

Overall, Up In Flames was a fun book to read and a great ending to a much-loved series. Fans are sure to enjoy it. Readers unfamiliar with the Rosemary Beach novels will want to start at the beginning of the series to truly enjoy this book.

Review: Hustler by Megan Quinn & Jessica Prince


Authors: Megan Quinn, Jessica Prince

Publication Date: May 9, 2016

Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance

Note: I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.

Goodreads Synopsis:

I make my living as a hustler, and I’m great at it.
I don’t have a single tell and I use that to my advantage to manipulate any situation.
I’ve always known what a person is about to do before they’ve even decided.

That is, until I met Penelope.
I can’t get a read on her, and what’s worse, she doesn’t want anything to do with me.
Which only makes me want her more.

Now I’m in for the hardest hustle of my life.
Somehow I have to convince her she belongs with me.
Good thing I’m always up for a challenge.

  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I first saw Hustler on My Tiny Obsessions. Cristina gave it such a great review and made it sound so funny that I hurried right over to NetGalley to request a copy. I’m so happy I did!

When I first started reading Hustler, I thought “Oh no. Not another cocky millionaire playboy with commitment issues.” There’s so many of those stories out there and they all start to feel the same after a while. I shouldn’t have worried, though. Hustler was a story that stood out from the crowd.

What made Hustler stand out was that it was hilarious. I couldn’t stop myself from laughing. My husband kept looking over at me like I was crazy. I couldn’t help it. The banter between Nell and Gavin was just so funny! I loved how the more she tried to push him away, the more he tried to persuade her. And not only was their banter funny, but they were funny on their own. Nell and her friends and Gavin and his were so much fun. I loved that the laughter carried throughout the entire story.

This was a romance, though; it wasn’t all about the laughs. Gavin and Nell had an instant attraction to each other. It wasn’t insta-love, but it was insta-Iwanttoscrewthisperson. Their romance slowly built around their need for each other until it became love. It was so much fun to read. Although, I do have to admit some of Gavin’s moves to get what he wanted were a little over the top and borderline sexual harassment, but he was a cocky millionaire so I guess I expected his dominance.

Another really cool thing about Hustler was the setting. I’m not sure if I’ve ever read a story set in the poker world of Las Vegas before. It made the billionaire aspect of the story feel fresh and new.

Oh! One more thing to mention. The cover on this book has NOTHING to do with the story. No orgies involved. 😉

Hustler was a very fun and sexy romance that New Adult fans will love. I highly recommend it! I’m crossing my fingers that there are to be books for Gavin and Nell’s friends because I am already invested in their possible relationships!