am 21. Januar 2014
Sometimes I wonder, why almost every romance story from "Fifty Shades of Grey" to "The Ex Games" has to rely on the very same protagonists: virgin college co-ed and an older, super hot and super horny millionaire. And why is the protagonists' relationship almost always bordering in unhealthy? It is very sad to see how dependent, naive and childlike female protagonists are portrayed and that the men in their lives know just how to ply them with promises of commitment, sex and money.
J. S. Cooper makes no difference with her main protagonist. Add to that a meagre plot littered with random (and not very imaginative) sex scenes and my kindle telling me on page 1 that I have 32 minutes left to read and I really cannot recommend this story. Even if it is sold at under 50 cents. Maybe the story gets better in the second and third book but I won't hold my breath.