by Cathryn Fox Published by Entangled: Scorched
on May 30th 2016 Genres: Erotic Romance Pages:
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When he wins a sexy bet, billionaire Linc Blair can’t wait to get Lauren Neill naked. He’s never gone for her type in the past, and he’s pretty certain it has more to do with her buttoned-up hotness than the nagging sense that something is missing from his life. But when he gets a glimpse of the vulnerable woman beneath the conservative, yet oh-so-sexy clothes, it’s a game changer.
Lauren can’t believe she’s spending a few days with one of sexiest, and most annoying men she’s ever met. But she can’t deny the chemistry between them, and for once in her life she’s letting down her guard so she can explore a different side of herself. The side only Linc brings out in her.
Taking it slow, he unleashes her sexuality and it quickly occurs to him that what started out as a bet for him has become something more. With their weekend nearly over, and her ex showing interest in this new confident version of Lauren, Linc will have to risk it all if he wants to win the game of love.
Learning Curves is part of the new Scorched line from Entangled Publishing. I’ve been looking forward to reading this since it was announced. It’s a short book that can easily be read in a couple of hours.
Lauren can’t deny her attraction to Linc but she thinks he’s a player so she stays away. Linc wants Lauren so bad he can barely stand to be in the same room as her without wanting to rip her clothes off. He decides to make a bet with her where the winner gets the loser for the weekend. Of course he wins.
Lauren is extremely nervous because her ex told her she was boring in the bedroom. She doesn’t realize that it was because he didn’t please her. Now she is going to spend the weekend with Linc and be able to explore her sexuality.
This is a short read and it’s obvious from how rushed parts of the story are. I enjoyed it anyways. The only thing that really bothered me was the author’s overuse of the word “sex” to describe the heroine’s lady bits. I really don’t like that word used as such so it may not bother anyone else. If you’re looking for a short erotic read, I would recommend Learning Curves.