Series: Screwing the Boss
Ridge Franklin is 20, tan, shirtless and presently clipping my hedges. Did I mention built like a brick sh*thouse, hot as Hades and a total f*ck boy? If I had a soul left, I’d sell it to feel his rough hands on me. I can’t stop thinking about him, but Ridge is off limits to a woman like me. He’s too young, too terrifying and too intense. Ridge makes me feel things, things I’ve never felt before. Dirty things.
I want her. I need her. I’m going to take her. In every way possible.
F*ck Boy is a filthy little story with a HEA
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: F*ck Boy
Author: Michelle McLoughley
I've read more older men/younger women novels than i can count, the stories always more interesting than the next since the possibilities of the types of stories that will come out from the author's mind are so vast that it almost takes your breath away. So when i saw that an author had turned the tables and written a book about an older woman and younger man, i was absolutely enchanted by the idea, wanting to see just how Michelle McLoughley would bring her characters to life. Because let's face it, when you have a trophy wife that is bored out of her mind and needing some sort of entertainment to keep her busy and her ever so hot garden boy that is doing a wonderful job on the tasks that are given to him, things are about to start getting a little more interesting even if they don't want it. The only problem is that Ava is a trophy wife, never having married out of love, but more for the principle of being able to save her family home.
The more time they spend together, the more the feelings between them get more real, more intense and especially deeper than they could have ever imagined. As much as the scenes between them could be hot as all heck, for some reason there always seemed to be missing something. Some depth maybe? Or maybe just the idea that there's more to this story than two individuals that are looking for something more than what they got with their lot in life. It's a short read that still made me curious to find out what Michelle McLoughley has to offer when it comes to full length novels, which is why i'll be looking into reading more from her in the future.
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