If you're a fan of contemporary erotic romance, then get ready for a new erotic series by Jasmine Haynes.
A Passionate Plume Finalist!
Formerly published as Revenge Sex
A man, the hot wife he can't control... and the woman who wants to fix what's wrong with him.
Tough, autocratic CFO Clay Blackwell strikes both fear and loyalty into the hearts of his employees. But he's got one quirk no one at high-tech Silicon Valley company West Coast Manufacturing knows: he loves the idea of his live-in girlfriend Ruby being with another man... then coming home to him for the best time of his life as she describes every naughty detail. He's got only three stipulations: no coworkers, no other man in their own home, and she always has to tell him when she has a date. The problem? What to do with a "hot wife" who has all the freedom any woman could want, but still can't follow three simple rules.
Jessica Murphy has the utmost respect and admiration for her alpha male CFO. She also has wild fantasies about Clay every night. Not that she'd ever tell anyone. Until she walks in on Clay's girlfriend Ruby getting wild with Bradley the financial analyst right on Clay's desk.
After that, all bets are off and a little revenge is the name of the game. Ruby thinks she'll placate Clay by telling him he can be with another woman to pay her back for all her rule-breaking. When Jessica learns about that, she makes up her mind to seduce her sexy boss for keeps, not just one night of revenge.
But can she become the more-than-one-man woman Clay Blackwell wants? Or will his desires tear them apart?
Revenge is a contemporary erotic romance of approximately 39,000 words.
If you could sum up Revenge in three words, what would they be?
What did you like best about this story?
I liked Clay but his feelings towards Ruby was a little unfair due to his feelings on Jessica who's the backstabber. you never get involved in somebody Else's relationship but she wanted Clay & she'll stop at nothing to get him. Ruby does break the rules but Clay lets a lot slide but because he wants Jessica it seems to matter now.
Have you listened to any of June Wayne’s other performances? How does this one compare?
no its a first
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
no not really
Any additional comments?
it's an OK book but i don't understand why her other books aren't on audio like the principals office now that's a great book the collection the DeKnight trilogy
I've been a fan of the author since reading The Naughty Corner and Teach Me a Lesson. And Revenge has been waiting on my Kindle for longer than I care to admit. So when I was offered the opportunity to download a complimentary copy of the Audiobook, I took it.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story. It was well-paced and I will definitely be adding the other books in the West Coast series to my wish list. My only criticism was the narrator's voice characterizations were sometimes difficult to differentiate during the dialog scenes.
**Free copy provided by author for review**
Couldn't put it down. This book held my attention the whole way through. Loved it!