Review for Explicit by Roxy Sloane




Title: Explicit
Author: Roxy Sloane
Genre: Contemporary/Erotic Romance
 Release Date: March 23, 2016



Blurb

"I’ve told you I’ve fantasized about you. So, tell me the truth. Do you fantasize about me?”

Bestselling novelist Jackson Ford is arrogant, exacting, and relentless on the page and off. His irresistible new editor, Ellie Parker is smart, headstrong, and not intimidated by Jackson's attitude - or the way he turns every exchange into a filthy seduction.

There isn't a thing these two can agree on, except their intense attraction. But with Jackson's deadline looming, can they stop fighting long enough for him to deliver the hit she needs?

The relationship between editor and author has never been so intimate or so explicit...


Kim's Review

Roxy Sloane's "Explicit" is a great read. Ellie Parker just got her biggest author client when Jackson Ford's editor retired. She works for one of New York's biggest publishers. Jackson Ford has written 7 books, the last three not as good as the four before them. Ellie has been sent to his house in the Berkshires by her boss and has been told not to leave with pages of his new novel which is late as it is. Jackson has no clue she's coming, even though Ellie was told by her boss she would call him and let him know she was coming. The stuff Jackson tries to sidetrack Ellie with so she doesn't ask about the pages she's there to get is amusing. Can Jackson sidetrack her so much she forgets who she is and what she's truly there for? What about this attraction she feels for him? Does he feel it too? Can they keep business and pleasure separate? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!!

5 out of 5 stars





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AMAZON US / UK





Author Bio

Roxy Sloane is a romance junkie with a dirty mind. She lives in Los Angeles with her hot ex-military hubby and her two kids. She loves writing sexy, complex stories about pushing the boundaries and risking it all.



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