Review: The Invitation: Prequel by Roxy Sloane

the invitationThe Invitation: Prequel by Roxy Sloane
Series: The Invitation #1
Published by Smashwords Edition on September 18th 2014
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Romance
Pages: 50
Source: ARC copy from author
Goodreads
four-half-stars

“It’s my last night in town, and I’m not flying home until this girl is flat on her back with her ankles up around her shoulders and I’m so deep inside her she’ll never want another man again.”

Hot, English businessman Ashton Pierce made a pact not to screw up his friendship with Justine ‘JJ’ Jenkins over a cheap one-night stand. Now, two years later, he’s going out of his mind with wanting her — but she’s still off-limits.

Now school is over, and his control is wearing thin. They’ve got one last night together, and he’s determined to make it an experience she’ll never forget.

The one girl he swore off is going to have the night of her life. And with a sexy game of dare on the table, it won’t take long…

what i thoughtARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Ashton and JJ have been friends all throughout law school. They promised to never go past the friendship stage, but they both know they want more. It’s the last night before Ashton is leaving the country and JJ is dead-set on making this the best night of her life. They definitely make the best of the night for sure! It then flashes forward 3 years to when JJ is working in an office and she receives a note… But who is it?

This was absolutely amazing! I’ve read her other series, The Seduction and really enjoyed those, so I knew I was going to love these as well! Let me tell you, I think I might like this one even better! Ashton doesn’t even come close to Vaughn from what I can tell. Maybe it’s the whole English thing and him being in law school… But ohh gosh, is he dang right sexy!

I can’t wait to see what happens next, flashing forward 3 years!

quotes

“Are you ready to play?” — Roxy Sloane, The Invitation: Prequel

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“A girl like JJ gives you a shot, you sure as hell better make it a ten: micro-dick or no micro-dick.” — Roxy Sloane, The Invitation: Prequel

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Challenges This Belongs To:

2014 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge

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