Release Blitz and Review! Mr. Wicked – Maya Hughes
Archer is the smart mouthed rich girl who worked her way into my heart back in high
school. Our one date turned into a nightmare and we’ve been at each other’s
throat since. Now, she’s a sex club owning hottie who still looks better
in shorts and a tshirt than any woman should.
to each other as co-best men standing up for our best friend at his
wedding. How hard can that be? But old feelings, a few
cocktails and shared hotel suite later and I’m touching her in ways no other
she’s ready to chalk it up to a drunken one night stand, but I’m not ready to
end things just as they are beginning again. Maybe I can convince her, if I can
show her everything I’ve learned since we’ve been apart. I know she’ll look
amazing with the soft ropes crisscrossed across her body.
55,000 word second chance, accidental pregnancy romance. It features a
sassy sex club owner, sweet and sexy bondage enthusiast and a heaping
helping of steamy nights.
I really loved John (Grim), never once was I not on #teamjohn. He and Frankie have this amazing date at their high school dance that got turned upside down once back at school on Monday. A lot of miscommunication on both parts, but I’m blaming Frankie for this one. Here is my one and only gripe with Frankie. She has a serious issue of moving past events that happen in her life. She’s that person that if something bad happens to her once, she doesn’t trust anyone after that. This happens twice in the span of the story. And both times, John is this super attentive, massively sweet man who is so obviously head over heels for her. I found myself never being able to back her up on her explanations.
With all that being said, I still enjoyed their story. Frankie was this independent woman who owned a sex club, and a total gamer chick (loved it!). And John had worked so hard in his life to get where he is and be the man he was, he didn’t let his past define him. These two had amazing chemistry, their sex scenes were off the charts! Once they figured out all their mess of feelings, it was pure bliss for them, I officially started rooting for them as a team.
Is anyone else dying for a book about Sasha!? Here’s to hoping he gets one!