The second in the Indecent Proposals series What a Girl Needs is equally as good as the first in the series What’s a Girl To Do? which I read and reviewed last year. Here’s what I thought of Georgia’s story:
The second in the Indecent Proposals series What a Girl Needs grabs your interest from the first page and won’t let go until you’ve finished reading the whole story and are lying exhausted on the floor.
Georgia is an engaging character used to fighting her own battles a glass half full woman who likes to be in control. Therein lies her problem or so her tasty and interested boss Max tells her when he finds her revealing cry for help in the form of an unsent email on her computer for anyone to read.
This story is full of humour as Georgia tries to respond in a politically correct way to Max’s indecent but tempting proposal. The sexual heat between Georgia and Max is scorching from the first flickers of sensual tension to the explosion of desire when they pretend to be a couple. This cleverly written novella manages to weave in plenty of internal and external conflict to keep the reader on tenterhooks and the ending is sweet even though the story is erotic.
A great fun read short enough to read on the train journey to work. Go on I dare you.
I received a copy of this book from Harper Collins UK Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review
My rating: 5 of 5 stars