Publisher: Self-Published on February 24, 2013
Genres: Adult, Erotica, Romance
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Alone in Montreal, Smith must face his past, and the women who shaped his ideas about romance. This is the thrilling conclusion of the 4-part Billionaire Novelist series.
At A Glance
Good ending, not great though.
Finally we get Smith’s back story. I feel like I know him so much better now. Some of what he has done in the past makes sense now. You can’t help but feel bad for him in the end. He is a damaged soul, that is for sure, but he has found a women he can love, and he takes the chance with Tori in the end.
After running away from Smith and his emotional (and a little scary) revelations, Tori goes home to mourn. What she finds is her mom and her friends supporting her in their own ways, and encouraging her to take a chance on love, even if it’s fucked up sometimes. These ladies were hilarious! I was cracking up the whole time as these old ladies talked about sex, love, and, well, sex.
Everything was wrapped up pretty well. A good ending, though not amazing.
I still wish I fell in love with Smith more. I am happy we got his story, but he’s done too much crap to get over. I really wanted Smith to blow me away with getting Tori back, but really all it took was a hint of interest and she came running back.
The sex is still fun, feisty, and raunchy. My fav part.
I am happy I read this series. It wasn’t the best from Mimi, but it was interesting, that’s for sure. Recommended.
“What’s the hurry? Life is all the things that happen along the way.”
“If we’d crashed, my final mortal thought would have been , what is the plural of moose?”
“She was cranky from traveling, which forced me to be in a good mood, because you can’t have tow redheads cranky at the same time.”