Published by Gallery Books Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
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Billionaire playboy? Check.
Ruthless businessman? Check.
Absolutely sinful? Check.
Malcolm Saint was an assignment. A story. A beautiful, difficult man I was supposed to uncover for a racy exposé.
I intended to reveal him, his secrets, his lifestyle—not let him reveal me. But my head was overtaken by my heart and suddenly nothing could stop me from falling. I fell for him, and I fell hard.
Malcolm Saint is absolute Sin, and I've become a hopeless Sinner.
Now that the assignment is over, Saint wants something from me--something unexpected--and I want this wicked playboy's heart. But how can I prove to the man who trusts no one that I’m worthy of becoming his plus one?
REVIEW: Manwhore +1 is the second book I read by Katy Evans. Manwhore +1 starts right where Manwhore left off. In this installment of Manwhore +1 Rachael is going through the motions of having lost Saint. After the expose revealed and the love letter was distributed she knew that there were almost no chance that Saint and her would get back together.
Rachel struggles with the consequences of her actions, the way in which Saint open up to her and she took advantage of it without revealing her real motives to getting close to him weight heavy on her shoulder. I think Katy Evans managed to give us a very good glimpsed into Rachel’s emotions. Her struggles with what happened between her and Saint and how things ended between them have been dragging Rachel into a very lonely and sad state.
Saint isn’t having a better time, he is also struggling with his emotions and feelings for Rachel. He isn’t as outspoken about them as Rachel is, and he doesn’t show his emotions and hurt easily. These two characters struggle with the decisions they made, from Rachel not being honest with Saint and for Saint not been able to get Rachel out of his head. The way in which the story of these two characters developed wasn’t necessarily original, but their story holds a certain spark that made it sweet and romantic.
I think the author tried to make their story dramatic, however it didn’t necessarily showed that way. Rachel & Saint seem to be going through a back and forth, power play of whom would give in first, it really didn’t show the struggles that comes after a break up especially one of that magnitude. These two characters had their share of drama, however most of it wasn’t of consequence. I think Manwhore +1 was just as predictable as Manwhore was and though it wasn’t a full blow out amazing story it did have a nice flow and good sex scenes.
Overall, I enjoyed the writing, I enjoyed the characters and I enjoyed the story, however I am not sure I will pick up the other books in the series.
Do I recommend this book? Yes
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