She never expects to snag the attention of billionaire Michael Bradbury, the sweetest sugar daddy of them all. The Good: 1. Kayla is the plus sized heroine I've been waiting on. She is lovely, great sense of h Kayla Davis' unemployment situation is verging on critical. She is lovely, great sense of humor, and confident in her sex appeal. I never got that sad sack feel that normally has me avoiding anything tagged BBW.
Michael will make beta hero fans happy.
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He is very chill, and sweet in a believable way. Plus being a sexy bearded silver zaddy doesn't hurt. Despite being only a hundred pages, the romance didn't feel plot-point-rushed. You know the black hair real-ness is strong in a book when the heroine asks for satin scarf for sleeping.
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I appreciated the way sugaring itself was handled. Both parties were practical, respectful, and open. The Bad: 1. The ending is open ended without being a cliffhanger. You will have to read more books to get the couple's complete story. Final Thoughts: This is a fast, cute, sweet hit of interracial erotica. It hit all the sweet spots, while adding a bit of unexpected realism. I definitely would recommend to fans of the sugar-ship trope. A light and super fluffy fast read. I really like the sugar-baby premise, especially when a hot billionaire is involved offering to pay all the bills I mean really, stop making me swoon here!
I liked that Michael was not a cocky dickhead in any way as many billionaires are, he was upfront and honest throughout, they never played games between them. Kayla was cute and funny, I liked her inner voice. I liked she wasn't stick thing and she was body confident. And A light and super fluffy fast read. And Tuesday. Maybe forever.
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Silver tongued devil. For a short read it was paced as you'd imagine, so certain things weren't touched upon as I would have liked, the big age gape of 25 yrs for instance. It's a pretty much one toned story, there's no major drama a couple of pages with a spiteful bestie but that's it for what it was I liked it, there was just something so NICE about Kayla and Micheal's relationship and the hot smut, so much hot smut that had me wanting to see more of them.
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The filler work story in between was a bit meh, I was in it for the couple. Feb 12, Robin rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-to-read-over-again , ebook-read , first-person-pov , interracial-romance , erotic-romance , romance , new-adult-or-adult. Okay, so, I've read about two novellas by this author and I have two more on my kindle that I'm itching to get to , and I really like her a lot. She's a great writer. She tends to tackle serious topics, or at least topics that you wouldn't necessarily think could be tackled in the way that she does.
By that I mean, she does discuss characters who may have mental illness or mental health issues but the story still contains a few moments worth laughing at and there isn't this underlying thought o Okay, so, I've read about two novellas by this author and I have two more on my kindle that I'm itching to get to , and I really like her a lot. By that I mean, she does discuss characters who may have mental illness or mental health issues but the story still contains a few moments worth laughing at and there isn't this underlying thought of "is the romantic interest 'fixing' the main character" type of thing.
Like, you'll get tasteful jokes alongside of these characters having this tender, sweet moment. So Sweet is no different than that. It really is Kayla and Michael meet through a dating service of which Michael is the owner. Kayla was convinced to sign up for this site by her Adler due to the fact that they were down on their luck with cash and needed money quickly.
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But Adler makes it clear that sex doesn't have to be involved if she doesn't want it. Kayla is still a little skeptical of the whole thing but goes anyway, and decides to attend a mixer held by the service And so it begins. I'm not even going to comment on hot it was. That's a given. It was smokin'!!!! But my favorite thing I would say was Michael and Kayla. While they did move kind of fast, it at the same time didn't feel like it. They were really just cute together and how they interacted with each other. This really was a romantic comedy for me. Of course, with much, much more sex. This is going to sound sad but I like how Michael respected Kayla and her wishes.
While he showed that he wasn't opposed to helping her out, he also tried not overstep her boundaries and listen to what she comfortable with and what she wasn't.
Again, even though there is a large age gap between the two of them, I didn't really feel like they were taking advantage of each other. While Kayla was compensated, it came across really clear that they just like to hang out and kick it with each other. That was great.
I felt that was so important. While there was still some thing they kind of had to establish with their relationship, there wasn't a constant, repetitive reminder of doubts and being warm then cold to this person over and over ad nauseum until they decide they love each at the end of the book It was a quick read. It's actually a novella. But it is worth the read, especially if you're like me, and you like reading short stuff anyway or in the first place.
I highly, highly recommend this to you. Trust me. It's really, really sweet and cute. I laughed and I can't wait to read from her. Mar 26, Maria Rose rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-star-reads , novella , fully-reviewed-books , sexy-as-all-get-out.
Despite the age difference between the characters, I really liked them both. Kayla definitely comes off true to her young twenties age, but even though the arrangement she makes with Michael is initially for money, I liked that she didn't try to take advantage of her position as no doubt many young women would. Instead she seems to genuinely like Michael and wants to show him that she does have a strong work ethic and moral character, despite what it might seem. And Michael really is a sweet, and wonderful man. Though they are brought together by a mutual sexual attraction, he really cares for Kayla and listens to her concerns and feelings about their arrangement.
Sure it's a fantasy - rich older man falls for poor younger woman, and can give her anything her heart desires.