Monday, 23 June 2014
A Million Dirty Secrets (Million Dollar Duet #1) by C.L. Parker
You can't put a price on love - so they say...
When a medical condition threatens to tear apart Lanie Talbot's family, she makes the ultimate sacrifice. With no time and no other option, Lanie puts herself up for sale at an underground, high-end establishment where women are auctioned off to influential, wealthy men with more money than sense.
Enter Noah Crawford: millionaire business mogul and Chicago's most eligible bachelor. But Noah's distrust in relationships has led him to make a very desperate decision of his own - purchasing a woman to satisfy his every desire. No strings attached, no heartbreak, and no way anyone will ever know. Just two million dollars to have his wicked way with Lanie Talbot for two years . . .
Lanie and Noah's relationship is explosive. When they fight, they take no prisoners. When they love, they show no mercy. When they combine the two, they never want to leave each other's arms. But did they both get more than they bargained for?
A MILLION DIRTY SECRETS is the first part of a scorching hot romantic duet that promises to be this generation's Pretty Woman.
I bought this as I had been given book 2 by Netgalley to review. Now as far as 50 Shades goes, this book has to be up there with the best of them. C.L. Parker's A Million Dirty Secrets is just that, a million dirty, naughty secrets.
Noah Crawford is a rich and powerful man who could have any woman he wants, but after a relationship goes wrong, he walks into a seedy joint and BUYS Delaine Talbot for a cool $2 million. Delaine Talbot (prefers Laine) is a 24 yr old woman who's mother has a heart condition and she desperately needs a heart transplant, the only way Laine can get it for her is to sell herself to the highest bidder in this seedy joint which happened to be Noah Crawford.
This goes back and forth between them. Their feelings, the sex they have and how they perceive each other. Neither thought what would happen between them would. This is one hell of a scorching book that makes you feel for BOTH the characters. Can't wait to read A Million Guilty Pleasures.