Entertainment columnist Yves Santiago unapologetically lives her life as carelessly as a man. Her day job keeps her flush in men, with few regrets and even fewer mistakes. By night, she details her exploits on her anonymous sex blog, Lust Diaries.
Yves leads a happy, delightfully filthy life. Until she meets nonfiction editor Elijah Weinstein.
Moss green eyes, sun-kissed shoulders and a mouth so damn sensual that it should have a NC-17 rating, this perfectly suited and coiffed, Fifth Avenue prince is everything she never wanted yet can't resist. He methodically lays waste to the walls she's built around herself, looking to get closer to the real Yves Santiago.
With the the promise of a fairytale turned real, Yves must dig into the depths of her past. But once she shakes out the skeletons in her closet, will she be ready for all Elijah has to offer?
Warning: This title is sexually explicit with mild bdsm. If you like it rough and spanky, this may be for you.
Some of the characters were unnerving. Especially her family and their obsession with Cesar. I just didn't understand that. I guess there are some things that I just don't get, but that's like with everything whether it be real life or fiction, you never truly understand the motives of other people.
The synopsis talks about skeletons in her closet, which had me thinking in one direction. The issues that Yves has, I wouldn't really call skeletons. If you are considering this, you should be warned: if you have abuse triggers, this may not be for you.
I loved Elijah. He definitely kept Yves on her toes. And without his wanting to publish her blog, she may have lived under that gray cloud forever.
I am curious about the next books and what that hold. Hopefully, I'll be able to get to them soon.
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