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    Sweet romance

    I've read Christine d'Abo's Ringside Romance series, four m/m romance novels (as is my preferred genre), and was curious to try out one of her m/f romances. Sugar Sweet did not disappoint. Sugar Sweet tells the story of Marissa (early twenties, college student, drowning in debt) and Victor (mid-thirties, TV personality, multi-millionaire). Marissa needs money to pay off debts, and Victor needs someone to act as his steady girlfriend. They come to an arrangement to help each other out and hit several road bumps along the way. I enjoyed reading this story so much that I didn't want to put it down. This was an easy read for me. The words flowed smoothly and the action/drama/sexy times kept my interest. I liked how the author took a common plot and added some interesting twists and dynamics. There were many interwoven conflicts that kept a steady pace throughout the book. In the beginning, I hated Victor. He was a slime ball that I wanted to reach through the book and punch. Over the course of the story, he completely redeemed himself and I was rooting for him and Marissa to get together.
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    sexy fake relationship becomes real romance!

    Two people from very different worlds discover that you can't buy happiness in this 'Sugar Daddy' romance set in Toronto Canada. A troublemaking ex has caused financial problems for Marissa, and she's reluctantly decided to follow advice from a friend and join a sugar daddy website for some quick cash. To her surprise, the man she meets isn't the one she expects, but his handsome and younger (but still sugar daddy material!) son Vince. Vince can't stand the thought of his father (a somewhat reprehensible character since divorcing Vince's mother) taking advantage of Marissa so he's decided to take over the arrangement but with the caveat that while Marissa will be his escort for public events their relationship will be sex-free. Marissa agrees to the exchange and Vince's contract. But when the sexual chemistry gets too hot, will they be able to stick to their agreement? And what happens if they fall in love? This is a fun and sexy older man/younger woman romance. Vince is a wealthy, handsome and charismatic man and while he and Marissa initially agree to a hands off arrangement, it doesn't stay that way. Marissa is a sexually confident woman and they share some steamy scenes, fully consensual and definitely satisfying for them both. Falling for each other isn't supposed to be part of the arrangement, and complicating things are that Marissa is getting paid to be Vince's companion. Marissa's ex isn't quite done wreaking havoc for her and Marissa and Vince have to deal with him before they get their happy ending. I really enjoyed this look at a sugar daddy relationship, the motivations behind it and how things are often not what they seem for those involved. I look forward to reading more of this series!
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    I liked the story, alright. It was well written, for the story line, but I would not be able to read any more of the series.

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