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Prime Minister (Frisky Beavers) (Volume 1) Paperback – May 31, 2016
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About the Author
Mom by day and filthy romance writer by night, Ainsley is super grateful for caffeine, banana and blueberry muffins, and yoga pants. Surrounded by mist-covered mountains, Sadie Haller lives a quiet life with her husband and fur-babies. Together, they write funny, sexy Canadian erotic romances. You can find them at friskybeavers.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
Hottest book ever. Seriously. Like cocaine. I was so addicted I could barely stop reading to deal with real life.
I have read Ainsley Booth before, but Sadie Haller is new to me. I'm always so impressed when authors collaborate on a story and pull it off in such a seamless fashion. These two ladies did a great job writing Prime Minister.
Prime Minister is about Gavin and Ellie. Gavin is Canada's new Prime Minister. He's 39 years old, handsome, smart and sexy and all women and gay men alike have a crush on him. He's trying to put together the pieces of a broken government and he is good for the people. One thing most of the people of Canada don't know about their new leader... he's kinky. He's into dominance and submission, pushing women's boundaries and delivering pleasure. Yeah. He's pretty perfect. But this does pose a problem for Gavin. He's separated that part of his life since he's become prime minister. You can't exactly go to a sex club when you're the prime minister. So he has gone without satisfying that part of himself. And it hasn't really been a problem.... until he meets Ellie.
Ellie accepted an internship working with the Prime Minister's chief of staff. She's smart, academic and like the rest of the female population, she has a massive crush on the prime minister. Or PM. She thinks she feels a connection to him, but you can't exactly hit on the prime minister when you're working as an intern in his office. Or can you?
What I loved about this book:
~ The writing. Ainsley Booth and Sadie Haller sunk their claws into me with this deliciously sexy, forbidden, kinky story that turned into such a sweet romance. I couldn't think about anything else while reading the story. Food - who needs to eat? We have a sitter and date night planned - do we have to go out? Sleep - silly bodily function. This story CONSUMED me.
~ Gavin. Man what an awesome hero. He's the ruler of a country. Powerful, intelligent, confidant. But he's also human too. And that human side of him likes things kinky in the bedroom. I loved how attentive he was to Ellie. I loved how perverted he was, too!!
~ Ellie. Loved her POV. Just a regular woman, excited with the opportunity to work in the prime minister's office. But she's human too. And her body can't help but respond to Gavin when they're in close proximity.
~ The magnetism. These two try to fight it. It's scandal worthy and the last thing either of them wants is a scandal. But they just can't stay away from each other. That pull. I love it when they finally decide to just give in already. The chemistry is off the charts. I don't know if I can find the words to describe how hot these two are together.
~ Forbidden. When they start up they keep it a secret. Nothing gets my blood boiling like a forbidden romance. The sneaking around, the frantic need, the absolute desperation to touch each other. Hot. It's so unbelievably hot.
~ The sweet. Yes, Gavin is intense and powerful and dominant. But he falls for Ellie and he's so sweet, too. Sigh. I love it when he becomes vulnerable to Ellie. I'm an absolute sucker for a strong man that becomes vulnerable to a woman.
What I didn't like: not one thing. This book was absolute perfection. PERFECTION. This is why I like to read.
Bottom line: READ THIS BOOK RIGHT NOW. Drop everything!!! One Click. I'm so excited to learn that there will be more to come in this series. And I will drop everything to read about Max, Lachlan and Tate. BRING IT, ladies. You write, I'll read. I'm SO excited about this series.
Prime Minister is a wonderfully written story, full of emotion and sexiness, but most of all, it had a depth and deftness to it while reflecting the (sort of) inner workings of a country's CEO. Ms Booth and Ms Haller brings you gently into the world of BDSM (it's mostly BDSM lite, really) and gives you a meaty glimpse of the what it's like to run a country and fall in love at the same time. There are echoes of the show West Wing in it, which I loved, because West Wing is one of my favorite TV shows ever - I'm on my third watch through of the series.
I adored Gavin. He's strong, dominating, yet sensitive and honest about his feelings. I enjoyed his struggle at the beginning and Ms Booth and Ms Haller did a very credible job of building up his attraction for Ellie while resisting her because of the inappropriateness of the attraction. I had thought I would not be able to look past Gavin and keep picturing Justin Trudeau (hello! Sexy Canadian PM in real life!) but the authors made me forget all about Justin and very quickly, I was completely enamored with Gavin. I was rooting for him while he juggled his responsibilities of being in public office versus the private man who was into some kinky f****ry who needed someone special in his life, who understood him - the man, public office, kinky f****ry and all.
As for Ellie, Ellie is a gem. She's smart, cute, slightly awkward and had a tremendous crush on the PM. She's also an innocent, and she sees the inappropriateness of her crush. It was endearing how they both worked so hard to resist each other but being inexplicably drawn to each other. Ellie was attracted to the poweful, decisive man who won the nation's trust in putting him in charge. Gavin was attracted to the smart, sexy intern who turned him inside out. And Ellie is honest and pragmatic. She understands what it means to be dating the Prime Minister of the country. Even when trouble hits, she's brave and logical in dealing with the storm, all the while hurting inside. She doesn't run away from the trouble and I applaud her for that.
I loved Gavin and Ellie as a couple. It was mature and convincing. I admired how they dealt with their feelings, how they communicated and how they made the relationship work for them even with obstacles like he's the Prime Minister of Canada and she's an intern to deal with. There was nothing tawdry or cheap about how their relationship was handled right from the start. Even with some inappropriate fantasizing on Gavin's part, he treated Ellie with respect from the get go.
The secondary characters were great too. I loved Lachlan, I hope he gets a story. I want to find out what's his kink. As for Max, I think his story is next and I think it's going to be a spicy one. I think his kink might be a lot more hard core than Gavin's.
One last note, I'm not one to give 5 stars to a book often. They need to be special. With Prime Minister, I went to bed thinking about it, and I woke up dreaming about it. I simply could not get Gavin out of my head. This is when I know it's a good book. I had to keep reading till I finished it. Such a satisfying read. And maybe I'm feeling a bit nostalgic because this story reminds me so much of the early dating days between my Steve and I, and today we celebrate a significant wedding anniversary.
Bravo Ms Booth and Ms Haller! I'm looking forward to more frisky beavers.
Taking on a Prime Minister - 5++ stars
I have to admit, the trailer that I saw regarding this book is what really drew me in. I absolutely loved it and could not wait to buy the book. I also enjoyed getting to learn a little bit about how differently Canada is run from the US. Gavin is one of those guys that you would love to be around, just to gaze upon his perfection (although he would be the first to tell you he is not perfect). He ran for the position of Prime Minister, without really thinking he would get it, but now that he has the position, he wants to turn his country around and give all Canadians a better life.
Ellie just happens to be an intern for the summer while she waits for school to start back up in the fall so she can finish her degree. Being in her mid twenties, and following Women's Studies, she is there to be the voice of the everyday woman. Like the majority of women in the country, she has a crush on the PM, but never thinks it could or would go anywhere. Something pulls the two of them together, regardless of how risky it is.
I thoroughly enjoyed all of the characters in this book and I am looking forward to the next book in the series, to see what Max's story is all about. We get a taste of it at the end of this book, but I want MORE! And then, there is Lachlan's book to come after that! We've seen a good deal of him in this book, but there is soooooo much more to him that will be so fun to discover. And can we just look at the covers for these three books??? Hot, hot, HOT!!
**Honest review voluntarily provided for purchased product.**