Series: A Miseducation Romance
Author: Lula Baxter
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Contemporary Romance (standalone)
Release Date: January 23, 2019
“This is your audience, Prynne. Eight-million people outside that window, waiting to see what you have to offer.”
She chose the hotel for the view of New York.
I chose the hotel for New York’s view of me.
It’s her own fault for knocking on my hotel room door.
Didn’t she learn not to talk to strangers?
You never know what state of dress—or in my case, undress— you’ll find them in.
As it turns out, she’s trying to finish a romance novel.
There’s just one, tiny little problem.
One I’m more than happy to help her out with.
My one and only rule:
The curtains stay open. Always.
I know underneath that facade of innocence is a woman longing to be seen.
Soon all interest in that romance novel is lost in the world of public exploration.
The risk of getting caught is exciting…
…until both our secrets are EXPOSED.
This is an ultra-sexyStand Alone in the Miseducation Romance series with a Happy Ending. You do not have to read the others in the series to enjoy this one.
WARNING: This book includes a lot of full-frontal, birthday suit, bare it all, steamy scenes…mostly in front of windows, as well as filthy, dirty language so 18+ only!
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩.5 hat review:
Prim and proper Prynne needed an escape. She has a book she’d like to finish writing and takes off to a hotel to try and get it done. While at this hotel she meets the ever sexual Rhys and finds out the hotel she’s chosen is famous for the big windows and no curtains, and no privacy at all. She embarks on a very different adventure with Rhys and ends up find herself in the process.
Prynne is one of those characters that everyone will love but a few. Unfortunately, I’m one of the few. I liked her well enough but her constant prim and proper attitude mixed with her embarrassment at anything sex related just kinda lost me. Now don’t get me wrong, her sexuality gets a huge awakening. Being from the Bible Belt I understand a bit of where she is coming from, but at the same time she just got a bit annoying about some things. Now Rhys is literally the epitome of sex. From his voice to his body, he oozes it. I love his “dgaf” attitude about life. He shocks me a bit with his background, but he was easy to fall in love with. He makes Prynne much more bearable.
I am excited to read the next book and hopefully get a look at them once more and to get a more in-depth look at Prynne’s amazing best friend! Exposed is a fun read that I think a lot will enjoy. I just didn’t connect to well with one main character.
I am a lover of sinfully sexy romance. Alpha males who combine intelligence, wit, and charm, with that tiny bit of dominance and aggression to spice things up. Heroines, who have their own sinfully sexy side.
When I’m not typing away at my keyboard, in between sips of wine, you can find me out exploring New York City, where I live… or some other far away place, finding fodder for my novels.