Jan 15, 2015

Executive Sweet (The Billionaires’ Playmate) 5 by Alexis Adaire Review

Since the day Chelsea Broussard took a job as a fearless sex companion for five billionaires, she’s been waiting for a rendezvous with Tristan, the insanely handsome, devilishly sexy one. When he flies her to London for an elegant party, she has no idea she’ll end up naked with two of the hottest men she’s ever laid eyes on — nor does she foresee the unexpected twist to her fairy-tale evening. Chelsea embarks on her dream weekend to England, complete with a Cinderella-like ball and what she secretly hopes will be a shot at her billionaire Prince Charming. What more could a woman want? Maybe a second equally handsome prince, at the same time? As Chelsea learns, be careful what you wish for.

In book 5 Chelsea is half way through the contract with the partners and she is beginning to find herself and her place. Until she goes to England with Tristan :-) but she doesn't get what she expects and Tristan isn't who she thought he was.
So I was a little disappointed in Tristan, NOT THE BOOK!! The book was super-hot. But the character Tristan is not who I thought (or hoped) he would be. But it did make me rethink all the partners in general. It’s really hard to tell you what goes on in this story as I would completely destroy the story and I never want to do that.  So I give Executive Sweet 5, 8 out of 10.


 Living in the Pacific Northwest, Alexis Adaire spends too much time indoors, cuddling under blankets with her husband and muse, emerging from the bedroom periodically to refill her coffee mug and jot down ideas. Does Alexis draw upon personal experience for her short story ideas? She will never tell.

Alexis keeps her twisted identity separate from her everyday life; no one knows what debauchery lies behind her violet eyes. Although, she admits this double-life she leads — mild-mannered office worker by day and erotica novelist by night — keeps a glow to her cheeks and a sly smile to her lips.
Alexis takes her readers to those secret, unspeakable corners of their fantasies they never knew existed.

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