Temporary Boyfriend, an all-new romantic STANDALONE from Shanora Williams is LIVE!
Temporary Boyfriend by Shanora Williams
Release Date: November 9th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Piper Madison can only think of one way to get her parents to accept her: hire a temporary boyfriend.
She hires Matthew Cooper, a hot, tall, and wickedly handsome male escort with a set of dimples and charm that will bring any woman to her knees.
He assures Piper they will prove her family wrong – that she doesn’t need to be married to some billionaire in order to be happy – and that it will remain strictly business between them.
But when their strictly business relationship starts to feel a little too real, Piper and Matthew realize hearts are on the line, and that they may be in for much more than they bargained for.
I shut off the water but before I can put my toothbrush away, Matthew is standing behind me, pressing his body against me.
His groin pushes into my ass and I realize that through that towel, he’s hard. I look at his reflection in the mirror.
“What are you doing?” I laugh softly.
“Saying good morning the way a real boyfriend would.” He kisses the crook of my neck and I nearly melt inside. The heat travels down, building up in my most sacred area.
I drop my toothbrush and turn in his arms, looking up to meet his honey eyes. “Wait—” I press a hand against his chest. “I thought you said this shouldn’t happen anymore.” I point between us, confused. “I know I got carried away last night.”
“I liked it. Probably a little too much,” he murmurs on my lips.
“I bet you did.”
“Maybe what I meant is this shouldn’t happen…much.”
My eyes widen, and I bite my lower lip, fighting a grin. “You’re serious right now, aren’t you?”
He responds with a kiss on my cheek and a gentle push of his hard cock into my groin.
“But isn’t that breaking all of your ‘escort’ rules?” I make air parentheses with my fingers.
“God, you are so confusing,” I whisper, our lips a hair’s breadth away.
“Trust me, I’m confused as fuck about you too.” He looks me over, his tongue running over his bottom lip. “You want to know what I’ve been thinking about all morning?”
He grips my waist and picks me up. My butt lands on the counter, and he steps between my parted legs with a smirk on his lips.
“I keep thinking that what happened last night wasn’t nearly enough.” He studies my lips. “The way you rode my c*ck, how tight and wet you were. I need more, Piper. A lot more. I know we only have about twenty-five minutes, but,” he sighs, pulling my shorts down and tossing them in the corner. He takes my shirt off next. “I’ll be quick.” His lips land on the bend of my neck again, and he sucks, causing a tingling sensation to shoot through my legs and hit me right in the core. “I promise.”
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3.5 out of 5 ‘When you think you know what you’re doing?’ Stars
Ahhh….you think you have it all figured out. Hire an escort to pretend to be your boyfriend for a weekend home so you can get your parents off your back and then you go your separate ways and no one is the wiser…riiiight.
I thought Piper was a likeable character although her verbal outbursts of quirkiness were a little weird, but not over the top. Matthew was definitely relatable; just a squirrel tryna get a nut. What I thought was a little heavy in this ultra cute romance was when they brought up Matthew’s past. Now I’m no spoiler girl but I have to say that with this somewhat comedic story, it was a little weighted. His past, I mean. I don’t know. I felt like it was misplaced. And then when his past comes out at the same time that everyone finds out he’s an escort……I thought for sure it was no good. But I was surprised by the connection that Matthew and Piper had and how strong Matthew felt for Piper….after just meeting a few days prior. It was very quick. In case you missed it, I did not feel the connection. Initially Matthew was pretty distant (for good reasons-that’s his business-don’t get too personal with the clients) but even during their first few encounters he never really seemed like he was super attracted to Piper. More like a business transaction then it kinda started to morph into something more.
All in all I thought the story was cute but definitely lacked a little in the connection department (at least for me it did).
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About the Author:
Shanora Williams is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who loves writing about flawed heroes and resilient heroines. She is a believer that love outweighs all, but doesn’t have a problem making her characters fight for their happily ever after.
She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina and is the mother of two amazing boys, has a fiercely devoted and supportive man, and is a sister to eleven.
When she isn’t writing, she’s spending time with her family, binge reading, or running marathons on Netflix while scarfing down chocolate chip cookies.
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