According to one annoying Drex Callum, Chris is a “nosy reporter.” And maybe she is. She’s heard of the super secretive event known as the Seduction Party, and she won’t be content until she finds a way in. The last thing she expects to find is that Drex is the host. She’ll never get an invitation from her nemesis—unless she finds a way to get one herself. And breaking into his house is nothing if it means getting the scoop. But what she gets instead is an eye-full of the man himself, half-naked and more than she’d ever dreamed he could be in all her teenage fantasies.
Drex has been fantasizing about Chris forever, and now that she’s a grown woman, he still has a hard time treating her like one. So when she shows up at the Seduction Party—on the auction chair!—he’s got no other choice but to teach that nosey woman a lesson. He never dreamed sex could be like this, with Chris in his room, tied to a bed, asking him for stuff that blows his mind…
Review: This story fell flat for me. There are just too many things left unmentioned that I really think the author should have taken the time to include. I want to know more about the characters, this Seduction Party that goes on yearly, etc. I found the conflict to be predictable, I figured out who her stalker was before I even read more than 5 pages into the book. I feel that she could have left out this conflict, she didn’t bother to develop it that well and at the conclusion of it she rushed right on through it, if you blinked you would have missed it.
Overall I felt the whole story was rushed and that with the amount of pages she had she could have narrowed her focus to just the party and made a great story but as it was it was mediocre.
Recommendation: Nah, you can skip this one. It was only 100 pages and I put it down several times.