- File Size: 2364 KB
- Print Length: 285 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 10, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07PLG1K7C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #366 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I ended up giving props to Kiki, who didn't want the money. Tate wanted to give it to her but went about it the wrong way. And he paid for it. I thought it was very big of Kiki. She really showed us what a true, high class person should be. Even though she was uneducated she really shone her true colors. Which were very bright! I enjoyed the high stakes poker game. I loved how Tate thought he could inadvertently give Kiki her money. I thought that part of the story was genius. But unfortunately for Tate it backfired. Though the idea was still genius.
I liked Kiki. I really liked Tate. They had a really good chemistry. I enjoyed their relationship and their interactions. This story was written well and the dialogue was really good.
I volunteered to review an advance reader copy of this book.
A good read that started out strong but I was let down near the end, with an anticlimactic scene with Mac....really he let it go after being the bad man in Vegas...a let down for me. I was also a bit frustrated with Kiki, her pride, stubbornness and hate towards Tate was too much and if I was Tate, I would have left her after not hearing his side of the story. I did enjoy the beginning and the time they were togther, playing board games and getting to know each other, and how Tate could finally be himself and not put on a fake self.
*I voluntarily read an advanced copy and expressed my honest opinion*
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this story.
Tate is a spoiled rich ungrateful kid whose father died and left him a string of casinos. He's always wanted to work with computer stuff because of his father's untimely death, he gets to shove his dreams away and take charge of the casinos. Kiki is a waitress at Dazzlers, one of Tates casinos and she blames him and his family for the way her life turned out to be. Her father used to work for Dazzler until he gambled everything they had, even Kiki's college funds. Now Kiki has no choice but to work at Dazzlers to help pay off her father's debts. The first time she met Tate, she mouthed off of him and instead of firing her, he assigned her another shift. Tate was surprised by the way Kiki talked to him but it was refreshing because he is surrounded by yes men. To help pay for her dad's new $100,000 gambling debt, Kiki decided to sell her virginity, which is the only thing that could help her get anywhere close to the amount she needed to help her dad. How will Tate react when he find out that Kiki is selling her virginity.