Friday, 15 April 2016
REVIEW - Magnificent Bastard by Lili Valente
Release Date: 25 April 2016
F*ck Prince Charming. Sometimes, you need a Magnificent Bastard.
Face it, ladies: love sucks and then you cry…while your ex rides off into the sunset banging your best friend.
But why let a break-up end in tears when it can end with sweet revenge? Enter Magnificent Bastard Consulting and me, chief executive bastard. I’ve got it all—looks, brains, a heart of gold, and the killer instinct guaran-damn-teed to make your ex regret the day he said goodbye.
With the help of my virtual assistant, I’ve built an empire giving broken-hearted women the vengeance they deserve, while keeping myself far from the front lines of the heart. Life is a bowl of cherries, until my virtual assistant shows up on my real doorstep for the first time, begging for a Magnificent Bastard intervention of her own.
Damn... She’s a bona fide sex kitten.
I pride myself on being a true pro, but pretending to be her lover soon leads to giving it to her good, hard, fast, and up against the wall. And somewhere between getting balls deep in my sweet and sexy assistant and watching her ex beg for a second chance, I break every last one of my damn rules—professional and personal.
So what’s my next move? Fight for the girl who makes me want to get up on a white horse and ride to her rescue, or stay a Magnificent Bastard to the end?
Warning: MAGNIFICENT BASTARD is a stand-alone erotic romance told from the
hero’s point of view. No cliffhanger. Lots of dirty talk.
My Opinion 5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
Lili Valente usually writes series so when i hear that she was writing a stand-alone novel i really jumped at the chance of writing it and she really hit the ball out of the park with this one.
The story is told from the guys POV and it makes a nice change.
Bash is a strong character that talks dirty, is a knight in shining armour for many woman who feel wronged and is a sensitive soul. You really cannot help but fall in love with him and his assistant Penny shows herself to be a strong character as well.
I liked the addition of Aiden, Bash's friend and have a small hope that we get a story for him somewhere along the road as he seems like a very lovable character.