Now, if you can overlook all that, the book’s actually not terrible. It’s fairly well-written, and there’s some fun back-and-forth between Bruce and Natasha. The sex scenes are suitably steamy. There were a few times I chuckled while reading. (I didn’t get into laugh-out-loud territory, but it was sort of funny at times) I’ve certainly read worse books.
So, with that said, I’ll just close with this, for no particular reason other than it made me giggle more than any of the silly banana innuendos in this book:
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s fairly stigma neutral. It lives safely in “meh” land.
Other reading suggestions
For a sexy, angsty boss/employee/reporter story that also has some good laughs, check out Dirty Headlines by LJ Shen. And for other great billionaire reads, you’ll want to check out this list.
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