Review of “Desire Unexpected” – S.J. Maylee

 
Contemporary Erotic Romance
Released April 9th!
Be Warned: spanking, light BDSM, public exhibition
 
Sparks fly when two art lovers find common ground. When his ruthless life threatens to tear them apart, he must choose between all that he desires and keeping her safe.
 
 
Blurb
 
Life is passing Nadia Duskin by from her position in the mailroom. It only fulfills two necessities, keeping the repo man away and keeping her up to date on her sexy CEO.

Ethan Wright is prepared to frighten and fire the nosey girl who sorts his company’s mail. After engaging with her at one of his favorite places in the world, he digs deeper.

Together, they find the kind of pleasure that could keep them satisfied for a lifetime. Her love may be the key to putting both of their lives back on track, but to what end? When a man he’s been contracted to kill threatens Nadia’s life, he forces her to face reality. Either they’ll delve deeper into the desires neither expected or they may die trying.

 

 

 


(review request submitted by the author for an honest critique) 

 

When I picture Ethan, James Bond comes to mind. He is mysterious, handsome, and has an aura that demands attention.

What a man!!

He also has a sweet side which can’t be resisted. Plus, the man likes Mexican food (my favorite cuisine) so I can see why Nadia fell for him. He is rather delicious, like the food he eats. 🙂

Nadia, she is also sweet in a naive sort of way.

She also wants to please him which makes her the perfect sub.

All in all, nice short story!!

 

Heart Rating System – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤❤
 

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8 Responses to Review of “Desire Unexpected” – S.J. Maylee

  1. Anonymous

    Sexy cover

  2. Ok I'm going to check my account to see if I can grab my copy of book , sounds great and with Taters rating ! I know that it's gonna be a great read !

  3. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing another one of my books, Kam! You are awesomesauce. 😀

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