Published by Carina Press on February 12th 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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The Dirty Bits from Carina Press give you what you want, when you want it. Designed to be read in an hour or two, these sex-filled microromances are guaranteed to pack a punch and deliver a happily-ever-after.
It started as a job.
It turned into so much more.
Mr. Blakely is strict with his sons, but he’s soft and gentle with me.
The powerful businessman is something else entirely when we’re together.
Boss, teacher, lover…husband.
My hopes and dreams for the future have changed. I want—no, I need—him by my side.
Q & A by Angie & Liezel
What did you think about Ava? Quinn?
Angie: I thought Ava was a nice, sweet girl. She’s quiet. Mousy like but there’s a wild side to her that one wouldn’t expect. I wish I could say more about her but this book was short so we didn’t get to really know her.
Quinn is your ultimate alpha male. He wants complete control and I thought he was an asshole. I respected him for different reasons but I didn’t like him. That changed halfway through. He grew on me.
Liezel: I too loved that she was sweet and innocent. I appreciated that despite being a little disadvantaged that she had dreams and aspirations and was willing to work hard to make those dreams come true.
I thought Quinn was good too. I thought he was a great father. He recognized immediately when he needed help instead of ignoring the issues. I liked that in the beginning, he did show some sort of restraint which made the failing all too sweeter.
What did you think of them as a couple?
Angie: As a couple they were hot. The sex between them was on fire and it made things awake inside of me that has been quiet for weeks now. But that’s about as far as I know how they are as a couple.
Liezel: I really felt a little disturbed about the age gap at first but once I got to reading more about Ava, I realized that she was mature for her age. She has so much to learn in life and I think that Quinn would be the perfect guide for her. I thought it was great how she influenced him to be an even better father.
Would you date someone that is 25 years older than you if you were 18?
Angie: I dated someone that was 7 years older than me when I was 17 but that’s not 25. Back then I think I would’ve found it creepy even gross. Now I think it would be hot. What’s not to love about an older man?
There are lots more to check but I don’t want to be here all night.
Liezel: It would all depend on the circumstances. I would like to think that age wouldn’t be one of the major factors in my choices if I were to find someone I was madly and deeply in love with.
Would you recommend this book?
Angie: Like any K. Webster book of course I do. It’s short, hot, sexy as hell and the perfect read to get you ready before bedtime.
Liezel: I would read practically anything K. Webster wrote. Her full lengths novels never fail to impress. I would definitely recommend this one for romance readers who are strapped for time, those looking for something short, sexy and sweet.