For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You comes a wickedly erotic new novel of innocence, desire, and unbridled pleasure.
Delaine Talbot has a secret. When a matter of life and death threatens to tear apart her family, Delaine makes the ultimate sacrifice. She auctions herself off at Chicago’s most exclusive erotic club. Now she belongs to Noah Crawford, a wealthy mogul who introduces her to a seductive feast of the senses, awakening desires she only dreamed about.
Noah doesn’t know why Delaine sold her body for a cool two mil. But it’s the perfect business arrangement. The inexperienced beauty will learn to satisfy his every sensual need, yet never touch his heart. Almost immediately their relationship generates heat—in more ways than one. When they fight, they take no prisoners. When they love, they show no mercy. When they’re together, they never want to leave each other’s arms. But soon, their intense, physical bond will take an unexpected turn—evolving into something neither has bargained for: the promise of a lasting love.
A Million Dirty Secrets is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
I received an ARC copy of this to review. Please note the actual release day is August 27th, 2013
I was unaware this was originally a fan fiction until I started reading it. I’ve never read a fanfic that wasn’t a published book. This is not because I have anything against them. Honestly, I didn’t even know it was a thing until a friend told me about them. I imagine it is fun to read one, though, and compare the story with the original and see where they match up. After reading this story, I am sure I would have thoroughly enjoyed it before it became this wonderful book.
I am also very grateful to have gotten the chance to review this book because I loved C.L. Parker’s Supernova Saga.
Within the first few chapters I was glad to see that Lanie is able to keep a silly sense of humor about the situation she has found herself in. I am certain that how she found herself in such a situation is the only reason she is able to keep her sense of humor. (The only other book(s) I’ve read about human trafficking was the Dark Duet books and those are very dark books.)
Another thing I love is getting to see Noah’s POV as well. I do love to see the POV of both characters. This doesn’t happen often in the books that I read. I like feeling connected to all the characters in a story and this helps me immensely.
They are two strangers that both end up with each other for their own personal reasons. Those same reasons threaten to keep them apart if they can’t communicate with each other.
I got a good laugh from this book (not to mention sexy times because those were good, too) and I am definitely looking forward to the next book Million Guilty Pleasures.