Book Blurb :
Want to get your man talking? Give him booty!
Desperate times call for desperate measures. And Shay LaCosta is pretty desperate. She’s wrecked her blissful marriage of five years by demanding she and her husband Dylan have a baby. What the hell was she thinking? She knows she was wrong and she’s ready to set things right, if only Dylan will let her. Bet he can’t shun her Booty Camp offer: delicious, white-hot sex in exchange for what’s going on inside his brain.
Dylan may be macho and stubborn, but he really does miss his wife. A little of Shay’s pushing gets him past their estrangement and into her web of seduction. She seems to have an erotic week mapped out to perfection, and who is he to complain? Their marriage is meant to be, so they’ll fight with each other, and they’ll fight for each other.
For five years, Dylan and Shay had the perfect marriage … until Shay started a fight demanding they have a baby. And now, four months later, Shay knows what she did was wrong. The space between them is killing her, so she decided to win Dylan back. She couldn’t live without him.
First time Dylan kissed her … She knew she’d be with him forever. Life without him meant … nothing.
Using Erin’s advice, “Want to get your man talking? Give him booty!” she starts a slow seduction, wanting to have back the connection they had when they first married. Her plan is:
A little food. A little sex talk. She’d left him wanting more. But then, she’d promised more. One way or another, she’d get inside his head. No matter how many orgasms it took.
Dylan is scared Shay is leaving him. She is the best thing in his life, so he is thrilled to see that she wants him as much he wants her. Dylan knows that he repressed his feelings, keeping everything locked inside, but for her, he slowly tells her how much she means to him.
And when Dylan’s cousin, Nico, has an accident, Dylan understands that family is more important than business and money and that he shouldn’t take anything for granted.
Family. Friends. That’s what really mattered. Money came in handy for some things, but relationships were vital to everything.
I enjoyed reading this short story. It’s about marriage and the communication that is the most important thing in it. It has plenty of torrid scenes, mixing perfectly with the storyline. 4 couples.
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Source : Publicist provided for review
Released : March 19th 2012