The Bet – Review & Blast
Make her orgasm, right there in the theater. This was the bet that started the end, the bet that changed his life.
Catfished and stuck with a sleezeball for a date, Bristol is miserable and angry. Screw Tinder and swiping right, she just wanted a quick one night stand. With a fake as her date, she doesn’t expect the night to end on a good note…until she sees him. When her eyes land on the dark, sinfully handsome man at the concession stand of the movie theater, she’s unprepared when he sits right next to her.
Every bet has a price; it’s just a matter of how far you’re willing to go.
Noah never would have guessed that the haughty, condescending woman he saw at the concession line would turn out to be a fireball of lust and desperation. Getting her to climax in the middle of a movie? No problem. Getting her out of his head afterward? Definitely a problem.
Wow! This book was epic!
I was instantly hooked by the premise, which extended into the first chapter. Oh my. I definitely fell in love with this book.
The characters were completely relatable, and they drew me deeper into the story. I loved Noah, and Bristol grew on me which each glimpse I was given. They were both exquisite and both had sizzling chemistry.
While this is my first DK Combs novel, I am pleased to say it will not be my last! I am in adoration of the writing and style. I will definitely be picking up more!
*I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC.
“I was supposed to be a gentleman tonight.” He dropped his forehead to her thigh, gently nipping the skin there. He could pull back, but something…told him not to.
“You are,” she murmured, her voice nothing but a breath of excited air. “But I’m a lady in distress.”
Meaning, /take her/.
D.K. Combs is an author of erotica, historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance. She’s surrounded by the Great Lakes with her supportive husband, son, and of course, her German Shepherd. Combs began writing long before the exposition of her most famous title to date, The Highlander’s Touch. Writing has always been her passion and creating creatures with no true name and the women that fall for them is what she considers a great way to live. When not writing, Combs is reading. Her idea of heaven is a whole day of nothing and well… maybe a good cup of Joe.
- March 1, 2017
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