If it flies, drives, or fornicates, it's always cheaper to rent it
I just don't know... I loved Quid pro Quo and Take it Off but I didn't love this one :(. I rounded up to 3 stars but this is 2.5 stars for me.
Spencer is a lawyer who meets Nick in Market Garden.
"You buy me a drink, it's a fiver. You want to lick it off me? It's a hundred?"
Yeah, pretty simple!
Spencer rents Nick for a couple hours and he wants more after that encounter. They had good sex, I should admit that but I just didn't feel the chemistry between them at all.
I think there was potential and I was expecting something better to happen but it didn't. I feel very bad now because I just
"When we're here, like this, it's easy to say we can make something work. But when the sun comes up is when the rubber meets the road"
I must say I missed my boys and Rolex. I wish they could write a story about Rolex *SIGH*
I might be back to post a decent review tomorrow...
The best part about reading this book was reading with my fave RUBIA ever, love ya Sarita, BIG TIME!