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By day Lena Morrison is an ambitious grant writer By night she's an escort to some of Chicago's most successful men Sex isn't on the menu Lena's job is to provide her elite clients with comanionship and sparkling conversation She enjoys the extra income but even Lena loves the empowering feeling of being appreciated for her beauty a. I never get tired of stories with uber rich men It s a nice fantasy This one had the added bonus of hot sex scenes coupled with a good plot Another winner from Ms Smith I m looking forward to his brother s book Anyway You Want It which is a friends to lovers storyline Should be another winner

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For a million dollar grant that will guarantee Lena a major promotionLena can play that game She'll give him the hottest wildest sex he's ever had then she'll walk away leaving him aching for But when it comes to desire rules and hearts are easily broken And the best laid plans have a way of working out in ways neither could expect. I don t care what anyone says This book made my effin week Loved the characters Loved the storybut most of all I loved the sex Hot unbelievable sex with a delicious man cicleyes please Can I have another The ending had some cheese but I ll take it as long as it has a large glass of Rodrick chardonnay on the side Should you read this you ask Survey saysduuuh of course

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Nd her brainsWhen tycoon Roderick Brand hires Lena as his date for a private party their electric attraction leads to the most erotic night of her life Incredible as the experience is she vows not to mix work and pleasure again But Roderick is relentless His irresistible proposal three weeks fulfilling all his fantasies in exchange. As a writer and reader I learned a great deal about explicit imagery and language This piece of writing put a larger emphasis on sexual content and behavior something I have yet to consider when writing my own prose Grisham definitely wrote for the soul purpose of entertainment there was no life lesson or moral earned from the story In my own writing I tend to lack the creative sense for great fiction pieces but this piece of writing told me that exploring language and sometimes uncomfortable topics for disucssion is a venture worth taking if interested in capturing the playful mind of my readers


About the Author: Maureen Smith

Naomi ChaseI have enjoyed writing for as long as I can remember My earliest memory of knowing I had a “literary gift” was as a third grader when I wrote and illustrated a story about a child who stumbled upon a bird’s nest and decided to nurture the orphaned chickadee until its mother returned I can’t recall whether the story had a happy ending or not but my teacher Mrs Bennett was so impressed that she predicted I would someday become a writerDuring the summers as a teenager I preferred the sticky discomfort of my bedroom to hanging outdoors with friends I would lock myself away for hours churning out endless stories and surfacing only for uick meals Is it any wonder my parents and siblings labeled me a certifiable recluseI received a BA in English from the University of Maryland College Park with a minor in creative writing As a former freelance writer my articles were featured in various magazines Web sites and newspapers including the Balti Afro American and Prince George’s Journal I did a brief stint as a third grade teacher at a private school in Washington DC—a gig reuiring the patience of Job I now live in San Antonio Texas with my wonderful husband and our two children When I’m not tending to their incessant needs I can be found at my computer sweating over a deadlineSince the publication of my debut novel in 2002 I have been nominated for four Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards and numerous Emma Awards I have won the Romance in Color Reviewers’ Choice Awards for New Author of the Year and Romantic Suspense of the Year Ghosts of Fire In 2010 I won the Emma Award for Best Romantic Suspense for Secret Agent Seduction In 2011 I was nominated for the RT BOOKreviews Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Kimani Series Romance for Recipe for Temptation



10 thoughts on “Whatever You Like

  1. says:

    Ranty Spoilers Ahead I hated this book It's really messed up to me how romance is confused with rich man creates scenario to coerce consent fro

  2. says:

    Update I got to review this book for the blog Smart Bitches Trashy Books Here's a link to the review I wrote it goes into the story

  3. says:

    I never get tired of stories with uber rich men It's a nice fantasy This one had the added bonus of hot sex scenes coupled w

  4. says:

    Super sexy and so good This was a reread

  5. says:

    I'd LOVE to Be Served on Roderick's Plate STIFLINGLY EROTICFIVE STARS DOESN'T DO THIS NOVEL ANY JUSTICE NOW 10 STARS THAT'S MORE LIKE ITThe chemistry between Lena Roderick IGNITE from the moment they meet until the novel concludes It was SUCH a PAGE TURNER The MAYHEM they created with their TORRID love scenes engulfed my every WICKED FANTASIES and at times my pulse went HAYWIRE the pool scene OOO WEE MY HEART

  6. says:

    As a writer and reader I learned a great deal about explicit imagery and language This piece of writing put a larger emphasis on sexual content and behavior something I have yet to consider when writing my own pros

  7. says:

    The story wasn't bad but I didn't like the sex most of the time too much uickies it started out very very interesting hope not a spoiler but on that first night they met and they had sex it kind of lost my intere

  8. says:

    I don't care what anyone says This book made my effin week Loved the characters Loved the storybut most of all I loved the sex Hot unbelievable sex with a delicious man cicleyes please Can I have another The ending had some cheese but I'll ta

  9. says:

    You will not be able to put this one down once you start reading The sex scenes in this book are just amazing Maureen Smith really has an incredible gift with her words I am officially addicted to her books and am reading them one by onedefin

  10. says:

    This was a okay read to kill time on a Sunday I still think it's sad that a book about black characters would have white people on the cover just to sell books I presume Stupid

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