Monday, May 4, 2015

Review: Scandalous - Rg Alexander

Will it be Scandalous? 

If Natasha Rivera is involved, the answer is usually yes. The owner of The Twisted Tart bakery has never been shy about expressing her opinions or her desires. The only secret she ever kept had to do with her feelings for a certain Finn and the details of their unusual relationship. 

When reformed bad boy Senator Stephen Finn asks Natasha to join him for a week of political intrigue and kink, there’s no way she can say no. Nothing has changed. His star is still on the rise and she is still too wild to be tamed. Once they get their hands on each other they’re bound to cause a scandal…but it might just be worth it. 

Recipe of Warning: Take one outspoken, sexually confident woman and a repressed former bad boy. Combine until sparks fly. Add voyeurism, exhibitionism, spanking, excessive quantities of explicit sex, a kinky house party and whatever pervertible you have on hand…thoroughly shake the mixture until your wrists hurt or your batteries run low. Mmmm. Yummy warning. 

The Finn Factor Series 
(for the reader who enjoys variety) 
Book 1: Curious (m/m) 
Book 2: Scandalous (m/f) 
Book 3: Dangerous (m/m) 
Book 4: Ravenous (m/f/m) 
Book 5: Shameless (?) 


Iris' Review:
We first meet Stephan Finn in his brother Owen's book, Curious. The second Stephan first strolls on to the scene you know there is something special about him. His quiet cool persona remains unruffled when those around him are at a panic. This let me assure you is unnatural in an Irish household. But the stoic Senator isn't just cool and collected, he's also a very patient man. And he may need every bit of that patience to convince Tasha to give them a chance.

I love Tasha! She is who she is and she makes no apologies for it or for her shady family. She regrets that because of who she is she can't ever be with the man she loves, but she's not willing to change who she is for anyone. Even for a man who makes her panties melt at a smoldering look form those gorgeous blue eyes of his.

A definite must read! A huge thank you to Ken Tanaka, and I hope Brady doesn't give you too much a run for your money.

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