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Sienna Boyco is a book reviewer who enjoys music, wine, and reviewing books; primarily MC Romance novels. She has dreamt of one day being swept off her feet by the men she reads about in her books. One night, after two bottles of wine and two book reviews, her doorbell rings. And on her front porch stands a stranded biker. A trip to the gas station leads to a talk about books, and a friendship develops. But after divorcing his wife of 15 years for cheating, Vince has very little trust in women and no interest in a relationship. Sienna, on the other hand, will take what she can get and hope in time things will change.
Is it possible for a book reviewer with no history of criminal activity or violence to actually fall in love with a real life biker? Sienna intends to find out.
Money Shot is a standalone erotic romance with an HEA. There is no cheating, no sex outside the relationship, and there are no club whores. No other book is required to tell this tale, and the novel may be enjoyed as a standalone. To fully understand the intricacies of all of the ancillary characters, the series should be listened to as a whole. Money Shot is Book VI in the Selected Sinners MC series of Romance novels. Please be over 18 to enjoy this story, as it contains violence, sex, and more sex.
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By Andrea on 03-21-18
No formula on this one
This is the sixth in the series I think and I have liked them all or I would not have kept reading them, and I am talking binge reading them, but it was this one about a romance book review writer that explained the weird thing that was bothering me. I have to admit I have a lot in common with Sienna in that my audible account numbers in the 500. This is the first time, and I don’t know if it’s because they are usually women, I have encountered an author who wrote scenes regularly with men cumming on women’s faces. It just strikes me odd every time. Not that I am a historical romance reader, but I don’t think it is an every encounter kind of thing if you know what I mean. I have to say that is my only complaint, and it isn’t even a complaint, it’s more of a “Really”.
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