Sam Crescent graces her readers with a fabulous pairing and enough heat to set a room on fire. Don't miss out on "Sugar Daddy".
Elizabeth Walker and Daniel Clark have off the charts chemistry and I loved watching them both adjust to their situation and the various ways they are affected by each other. I completely understood where Elizabeth found herself in financial need and decided take the measures she did and I also could see the reasoning of Daniel choosing this approach as well. I enjoyed his powerful personality and how strong he was without crossing the line to arrogance. He is determined to make some ground rules that he insists on but it was amusing and endearing to see him change up the rules when things go differently than he anticipated. What starts out as a business proposal quickly turns into their own unique relationship and I loved watching each moment of the procession. If you like curvy women who attract authoritative men this one is a must-read.
The Story: Elizabeth Walker has had a run of bad luck and doesn’t want to lose her education so when she hears some other students speaking about a Sugar Daddy and she decides to try even though she worries her curviness will be an obstacle. Daniel Clark loves the law and doesn’t have the time or desire for love. When he sees Elizabeth’s profile he’s hooked. Will this become more than a business transaction?
After a run of bad luck, Elizabeth Walker is desperate to make some extra money. College is so important to her, and she won’t do anything to risk losing that. So, signing up to a Sugar Daddy website, where older, wealthy men find younger women, really is the only way to go. But no one seems interested in her as she’s a chubbier candidate—until lawyer Daniel Clark asks for a date.
Daniel is tired of women declaring undying love for him, when all they want is his bank balance. There’s only one love in his life, and that’s the law. Seeing Elizabeth’s picture, he wants her, no doubt about that, and he’s going to have her. Before he agrees to anything, he gives her his ground rules:
1) He’s in charge.
2) He’ll give her more pleasure than she’s ever had.
3) Under no circumstances is she to fall in love with him.
Can Elizabeth follow his rules? Will Daniel finally fall in love? Will Elizabeth walk away with a broken heart? They’re Daniel’s rules, but like he says, rules are made to be broken.