Monday, December 11, 2017

Frisky Business by Jodi Redford [Review]

 Frisky Business by Jodi Redford
Frisky Business (Kinky Chronicles #6) by Jodi Redford
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: April 4, 2017

Kinky Chronicles
1. Perfect Chemistry
1.5. Perfect Passion
2. Kinky Claus
3. Report for Booty
4. Cowboy Kinky
5. K(ink)y Curves
6. Frisky BusinessKindle

Jodi Redford
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
The best way to get over a man? Get your kink on with another. And Jane Campbell knows the perfect escort agency to get the job done.

As the owner of Hunks for Hire, Jack Brewster is used to the raunchy requests that land in his inbox. Bondage and blindfolds? Par for the course. But Jane’s email whispers a wicked enticement. A sane man would delete the message. Or send his best escort to the date armed with a steel cup. Only problem? The thought of Jane naked and bound beneath any guy but him is like a knife in Jack’s gut.

He doesn’t do commitments. And he sure as hell doesn’t do love and Happily Ever Afters. He was a fool before in that regard. Never again. But he can indulge in a taste. Then he’ll walk away from Jane. For good.

But eating forbidden fruit has its addictive consequences, and two stubbornly anti-love sinners are about to take the biggest fall of them all.

Warning: This book contains an irredeemable bad girl, an ex-gigolo who can give the Kama Sutra some pointers, and a sweet, dirty, and thoroughly complicated love story long overdue.
Thoughts on Frisky Business: Whew! Jane and Jack's story was a long time coming and it was well worth the wait. Mostly because watching two stubborn, hard-headed people fall and fall hard is a particular kink of mine.

What? Everybody has them.

Just ask Jack. He caters to kinks of every kind. And Jane throws him for a loop when she contacts his company and lays her wants on the line without realizing Jack is the man behind Hunks for Hire. Yeah, things get a little tangled when his deception is uncovered, but Jane is nothing if not willing to grab a chance when it presents itself.

Let's just say Jack does an excellent job with his presentation and leave it at that.

This book opens up some enticing possibilities with the other hunks in Jack's employ. Men who know how to please a lady are a-okay in my book and I'm ALL IN when it comes to watching them find the special someone who lights up their life. *thumbs up all around*

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