Everyone knows Brooke Wicks loves to have a good time. She’s not interested in getting
serious, settling down, or limiting herself to one man. So when she meets the
sexy, irresistible Mason King, she sees another opportunity to let loose and go
wild. But the gorgeous Aussie isn’t interested in just a quick fling with
Brooke, and if she wants to get into his bed, she’s going to have to do it on
connection, he wants it all, and he wants it with Brooke. When she makes her one desire known—to hit it and quit it—Mason wages a plan to ensure Brooke keeps coming back for more. Or so he hopes.
Getting her attention was the easy part. Keeping it might be damn near impossible.
Sweet Obsession is where the Sweet Addiction series meets the Alabama Summer series.
I was gifted this novel by the author in exchange for an honest review: 4 KINKS OUT OF 5
This was a sexy and hilarious read that will leave you with a sweet addiction you won’t complain about. Chocolate and sex is always a great thing.
If you have ever, EVER wondered what my perfect preference of an awesome one liner to start a book, it would be…….here it is: “F*@K yeah, baby. You ready? Huh? You ready to come all over this cock?” One word: YUM.
This is bank – yeah? This is the money shot – yeah? I immediately knew I was going to like this book. If it doesn’t hook me in the first chapter, I will usually give it 4 more chapters to appreciate it. This one hit me in the first sentence and you will not be disappointed. I said to myself after the first chapter: “oh sh*& I’m going to like this one” This is the story of Brooke Wick and Mason King
How can someone so sweet and gentlemanly with a sexy aussi accent turn into dirty talking maleness? This is Mason King
He moves to Chicago from Alabama to start his business, a hot yoga studio. Doesn’t hurt that it come complete with a hot yoga instructor. He’s baffled by all the women attending his class. Business is great.
How can someone who is 5’2 pack such a dirty mind, seeks out one-night stands like candy, then play the love ‘em and dash game? This is Brooke Wick.
Brooke, cupcake baker extraordinaire, has a bad shopping habit. She prefers shopping at Agent Provocateur rather than paying rent. Thereby, making her the current roommate to her besties: Joey and Billy. Joey is awesome. Joey is fabulous. But that’s for another book, right? (Wink)
One day on her way to the bakery, Brooks zooms in on the new local business on the block Hot Yoga with Mason King. She’s not a fan of yoga, but she wants to be fan of the hot instructor. He becomes her next victim in ‘the hit it and quit it” game she plays very well with no apologies.
She pulls out the One Night Stand Operation Playbook. But, she meets a conundrum in the process. Mason wants to date- yeah? Mason wants more – yeah? Mason wants dinner and conversion – yeah? He wants all this before giving up the goodies.
What. the. frack. Every trick in the playbook does not account for this. Now, she stuck in the ‘dating ritual” in order to get what she wants. This has truly taken Brooke off her game. She’s confused by his unusual behavior. Something must be wrong. Brooke does not do the girlfriend – yeah? Dinner and sex – yeah? Sure and not necessarily in that order.
As operation dating commences, she starts to like the guy. And denies it kicking and screaming. This date thing may not be such a bad thing. However, it’s all a means to the end…to have sex with Mason King. If naked showers, mutual masturbation, cunnilingus in the front seat, doesn’t drop the willy into her, then she has a tower to sell in Chicago.
In the meantime, Mason has found the ultimate weapon of choice to keep Brooke amendable to his requests: foreplay, foreplay and lots of foreplay. If he can keep up the pretense of denying himself the joys of the Brooke Wick charm he just might get her to agree to be his girlfriend. Until then, he will continue to use the promise of sex as his weapon of choice. After all, it is Brooke’s kryptonite.
series, and the Alabama Summer series. She loves curling up with a good book,
drinking a ridiculous amount of coffee, and writing stories her children will
never read. J grew up in Baltimore and resides in Maryland with her family.
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