Title: Typist - Billionaire Novelist
Author: Mimi Strong
Genre: Erotic Romance
Series: 4 Novellas in 1 collection
Published: March 2013
Source: purchased at BN.com
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
This alpha-male erotic romance
boxed set contains all four stories about bad boy author Smith
Wittingham and his adventures with Tori, the spicy young redhead who
comes to work as his typist.
Tori is twenty-three, with a temper to match her flaming red hair.
Smith Wittingham is older, insanely wealthy, and loves to make redheads angry.
Tori shows up at Smith's secluded cabin in Vermont for a typing
contract, their sparks threaten to burn everything down. What they don't
know is that each has a secret that's too painful to reveal.
1: Smith vows to keep his hands to himself, but Tori doesn't care for
rules. When she looks into his beautiful eyes, she wants to be naked, in
Book 2: The wealthy novelist Smith Wittingham and his
typist, Tori, push each other to their breaking points, but neither
will submit to the other for more than one night. When Tori finds out
one of Smith's schemes, she tries to run away, but he won't let her.
3: To avoid cabin fever, Smith and Tori leave Vermont, only to find
themselves in a new type of fever in Montreal. Between the sex shops, a
rock concert, and an unexpected naked reunion with an old flame, Tori's
world is unraveling. The final blow is Smith revealing his dark
secret--the secret that torments him like a ghost.
Book 4: Before
Smith became the Bad Boy of Publishing, he was a different man. He was
once a lovestruck teenager, and a smitten newlywed. That was before
love, and a woman, destroyed him. Alone in Montreal, Smith must decide
what Tori means to him, and how far he'll go to make amends. His other
option is to continue on his path of self-destruction.
ALPHA-MALE WARNING! This series explores an erotic romance involving an
emotionally-damaged alpha male. Contains explicit sex, including graphic
scenes some readers may find offensive; recommended for adults only,
I enjoyed reading the stories over all but something just didn't click with me. Sometimes Tori and Smith pissed me off but not at the same time. I think I would have liked to see more story between the "falling into sex" scenes. If you like explicit sex, anywhere, anytime, anyplace, then you'll love this book. Loved parts of the ending. I will not say much about that so I won't ruin it for anybody.