Saturday, August 29, 2015

Review for Dance with the Billionaire by Charlotte Eve


"I'll give you a thousand dollars for your panties."
Wait ... What?
Tell me he didn't just say that ...

I didn’t want a man in my life. I thought love was for losers, and all I needed to be happy were my friends and my dancing. But then, one Friday night, a gorgeous arrogant playboy called Dylan Campbell came crashing into my life and changed everything. 

That night, I hated him. I thought he was a spoiled, entitled asshole. And he was – at least at first. But then he turned out to be so much more than that, too. Because he taught me who I really was – awakening desires inside me that I didn’t even know existed. 

He taught me about love and life, and maybe I taught him a few things, too. And now everything has changed. Because now he owns me completely ...  

From the author of the Taming Blake trilogy comes this brand new standalone novel about an aspiring dancer and the playboy billionaire who captures her heart. Due to a number of SMOKING HOT scenes of an adult nature, this novel is only suitable for those aged eighteen and older ...

I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review, so here it goes. The very first line of this book is "I'll give you $1000 for your panties" to say that it caught my attention would be an understatement. I mean really who wouldn't be intrigued by that? So yes, I was pretty well engrossed in the story from that moment. I kept thinking ok, these characters are definitely going to be interesting. Dylan is the man that is definitely not used to hearing the word no, and he is not likely to just accept it when he does hear it. Julia on the other hand, is a heroine that knows what she wants and works her butt off to get there. Being an aspiring dancer and wanting to go to the prestige school with a hefty tuition cost has her working double time to make her dreams happen. And in walks Dylan, with his I'll pay you $1000 for your panties line, and while she says no, it definitely makes her think. So, as the story goes on, the amount of electricity and heat coming off these two is practically ignitable. I really liked both the characters although for me I will say there were many moments I wanted to slap Julia. I really enjoyed this author's writing style and can tell you that I will definitely be reading more from her in the future. Overall, a pretty good read! I rate this 4 AMAZEBALLS stars!! 


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