Christmas Awards 2011

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Sweet Persuasion

Sweet Persuasion by Maya Banks

Publisher: Heat

June 2009

ISBN: 978-0-425-22770-1

Pages: 345

Houston, present day

Serena James has owned and run her own business, Fantasy Incorporated for the last five years. She has made sure that her client’s fantasies come true. While she loves to bring happiness to her client’s she knows there is something missing in her life. She has never tried to live out her own fantasies. That is about to change.

Damon Roche has the ability to give Serena what she is searching for. She wants a man that is strong enough to make her do whatever he wants. Once Damon heard what the fantasy was and who it is that wanted the fantasy he decided that he would be the one to grant Serena her wish. Damon is finding out that while Serena is looking for temporary he is starting to think about making their arrangement permanent.

Now Damon is going to have to convince Serena to give them a chance so that they will have a chance at a future together. Serena is realizing that she is feeling a lot more for Damon than she thought or that she thinks is good for her. Serena is already dreading the time when their agreement comes to an end. What she doesn’t know is that Damon wants more than just their agreement first stated. Now they are going to have to figure out if what they feel for each other is real or just a fantasy. The only way they are going to find out for sure is if they give themselves the chance but will they have the courage to grab what they want?

This is another great story in a series. This book is hard to put down once you start reading it. It pulls at your emotions as Damon and Serena try to find the courage to hang on to what they have found together. It also brings back some of the characters that the read met in the first book of the series so you have a chance to see what is happening with them since the last book. The author really brings the character to life with all the imperfections that people have. The author will also have the reader hoping that the characters are able to work through their differences to find their happy ending.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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