- File Size: 4477 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rebekah Weatherspoon (September 29, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014OL8TNK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,317 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kayla, fresh out of a job and a backup plan, needs to find a way to make money. Sad thing is Kayla is under an unusual amount of pressure because her roomie is out of work too. Roomie previously worked as a "sugar baby" to an older wealthy gent and suggested she and Kayla try it out to make ends meet.
Kayla meets a stone cold fox in Michael. He's older, he's wealthy, and he makes her knees weak. Good pacing, good story, wonderful character development. Liked these two lots! Can't wait to see what comes next. Great job Ms. Weatherspoon!
THE STORY: Kayla Davis is out of work and near desperate as she agrees to her friend's plan to go to Arrangements and find a Sugar Daddy. Arrangements matches pretty young women with men of a particular income bracket. She expects to be disappointed with the selection of men and she is until she meets MIchael Bradbury, owner of Arrangements, internet billionaire. He ends up offering her an arrangement to take care of her financial worries if she will be his girlfriend for hire.
OPINION: This novella had promise, but I didn't end up being interested in either the premise or the execution of the story. The premise was strange and made the heroine difficult to like, but I have read other stories that had difficult premises but the authors were able to give the stories depth and the characters motivations enough sympathy to overcome the difficult premise. Here, I never gained any sympathy for Kayla. She was willing to take Michael as her sugar daddy and I never felt any sympathy for her. Even worse, I never felt any genuine chemistry between the characters. Their relationship felt cold to me despite the attempts to make it feel like a sweet romance. This one was just a miss for me.
WORTH MENTIONING: This novella is super hot with explicit sexual encounters.
CONNECTED BOOKS: This is the first Sugar Baby novella.
STAR RATING: I give this one 1.5 stars.
Twenty-four year old Kayla Davis is unemployed and looking for work but she's only interested in a particular field even though she's almost out of options and money. After multiple applications and interviews she's still without a job. Her roommate and best friend, Adler (a girl), suggests that she become a sugar baby - a kept woman - to which Kayla agrees. At a mixer, Kayla meets 49-years-old Michael Bradbury who happens to be the billionaire owner of the company for which Kayla signs up.
I should have stopped at any of these themes - billionaire, new adult/young adult, May-December, sugar Daddy but this was a recommendation and I wanted to give it a fair shot. I'm still trying to figure out the compatibility of these two very different people especially with such a wide age gap; it wasn't explained with anything other than aesthetics - Kayla's butt (no joke) and Michael's handsomeness. There were glimpses of personality that wanted to burst through but they kept getting lost in the snark and sex.
There're a few other things I was curious about and wanted to know more but in the end I was just glad it was over quickly. Unfortunately, for this reader the syntax errors and poorly executed first person POV were not worth the price - $2.99.
Happy reading folks!
It is a lovely little novella that takes on so much that matters: friendship, age differneces, sexual agency, class, inter racial dating, varied bodied but does so with joy in each each person.
The heroine is great and the hero is steadfast and honest. Everyone in this book in grown (well maybe not the heroine's best friend) and reacts in realistic and practical ways.
Weatherspoon does such a good job with the attraction, falling in love and dilemma's of this romance.
I do wish we had a bit more. I like to linger into happily ever after. I hear we shall be seeing more of them in the future. I need Daniella to have her own book. Need.
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