“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…
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.
When I first read the synopsis for Explicit, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy. The story wasn’t predictable, like I thought that it might be. Explicit tells the story of an author and his editor. They face a lot of challenges in just working together. Jackson was an arrogant jerk. From the very beginning we get the sense that he gets what he wants and can pout, until he get what he wants. As much as I wanted to dislike him for his attitude and the way that he treats people, especially Ellie, I found it hard to get annoyed with him. More often than not, I would find myself smiling or chuckling at the things he would say that were so rude.
Ellie was strong, sassy, and didn’t put up with Jackson’s attitude. I loved watching her get mad at Jackson for the things that he would say. I loved the interactions between Ellie and Jackson, even when he was being stubborn or rude. There was just so much to enjoy with the story.
I really enjoyed reading this story, and can’t wait to see what is next.