Purely Professional by Elia Winters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was a surprisingly delightful read. It wasn't a really long novel (about 150 pages), but had enough meat to it that it was thoroughly enjoyable. The BDSM scenes were nice and hot, but didn't cross the line into totally hard core. I loved it!
Bridget is a writer that works for Sultry magazine. When they give her an edgier assignment, she is forced to enlist the help of her sexy neighbor Max who agrees to show her the ropes of the BDSM scene. In fact, he actually agrees to be her private tutor. But of course the chemistry between the two of them is unreal, and Max is just sex on a stick, so of course things get complicated really fast. While the two of them agreed that they just wanted to keep things professional, the intense emotions and experiences that they share make that impossible.
But when push comes to shove, they have to decide if a real relationship that includes BDSM is something they both want, or if they need to just cut their losses and walk away.
Like I said earlier, this book was great! The characters were interesting, the sex scenes were hot, and the entire thing was well written and had a nice pace to it. I definitely recommend it if this genre is your sort of thing.
**I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**
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