Finn by Liz Meldon 5/5
Skye Summers: Museum Studies grad, yoga enthusiast, sushi fanatic, self-proclaimed cat lady…
Sugar baby hopelessly falling for her sugar daddy.
Unfortunately for Skye, internet security billionaire Cole Daniels, professional workaholic, has always been more like a best friend. When they were paired through an online sugar daddy service in Skye’s most desperate hour, Cole rescued her from financial ruin and a stress-induced breakdown. In return, she has kept the press off his back by posing as his girlfriend for the last four years.
But Skye wants more. Not money or fame, but more of him. Cole: sweet, funny, and ceaselessly charming. At times, even he seems to crave a shift in their relationship to something a little messier—before swiftly pulling right back into the friend zone.
Things take a turn for the scandalous, however, when the latest gift from her sugar daddy arrives: a new dress. He’s taking Skye to a swanky soiree that evening, and the accompanying note has a titillating aside:
PS: Wear something underneath that makes you feel sexy.
Thrilled, Skye obliges with her most daring lingerie. But when Cole’s ulterior motives for the night surface, she’s forced to swallow her disappointment and seek out her own fun—which arrives in the form of the sinfully handsome heir to a chocolate empire, Finn Rai.
A well written, steamy, erotic romance that can be read in one sitting. If you enjoy an erotic romance with a solid narrative and interesting relationship dynamics, then I highly recommend you read this novella.
This short read was fun and light hearted despite the tangle of relationships between Skye, Finn, and Cole. Skye’s mix of feelings toward her sugar daddy doesn’t stop her having fun with a stranger, but Cole’s mixed messages and stand offish nature makes me keen to read book two in the trilogy, Cole.
Meldon manages to make the reader like all three characters. I’m still not sure who I think would be good for Skye in the long run, if any. I am interested to see where the author takes this narrative for the rest of the series.
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