This "book" is really about short story length, but who can complain for 99 cents (although John Locke gives us full length novels for the same price). There is only one sexually explicit scene here, a medium length description of fellatio that any competent author could have written. So in that sense the reader gets his money's worth.
My real gripe about this book is that it leaves the reader hanging and does so without any indication of where the reader can go. This selection appears to be part of a series. The author makes it clear that the protagonist, Diamond, is seeking revenge on an alpha male, Cory, and that Cory is a murderer. She fairly easily seduces him into a sexual encounter that she abruptly halts, leaving Cory frustrated, and makes it clear that she will be back. This is all well and good if the reader is left with some idea of where the story will pick up, but the author leaves us with no clue. I have read the synopses of Sasha Savage's other publications in the Kindle Store, and I haven't been able to find anything with the same characters, so I am left to assume that this is all there is. Shame on you, Sasha! Don't be so lazy and inconsiderate to your readers.