- Simon & Schuster
- Release Date
- October 2015
- Book 3 of A Manwhore Series
Katy Evans returns with a sexy novella, the final installment of the unforgettable love story that began in Manwhore.
What lies ahead for Chicago's most envied couple, Malcolm Saint and Rachel Livingston?
Sparks flew between them in Manwhore. Separated by deception, they felt the intensity and heat of their attraction turn up in Manwhore +1.
Will Chicago's wealthiest and most notorious player finally settle down, or will one woman never be enough?
Find out in Ms. Manwhore, the ultimate conclusion to their electric, breathtaking story.
Book Review by Vixhen (reviewer)
Oct 05, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
174 people found the following review helpful
This is the ending to the best book series I've ever stumbled upon. The title, Manwhore, piqued my interest, so I took a shot and got lost in the world of Malcolm Kyle Preston Logan Saint and Rachel Livingston.
Malcolm is everything one could ask for in a book boyfriend. He's powerful and sexy with just the right amount of alpha to make you weak in the knees. Rachel is smart, strong-willed and determined. The fact that she didn't just fall at the altar of Saint and worship at his feet made me love her even more. The two of them, combined, made such a combustible force that you'd swear they alone generated the sun's heat.
This novella was the icing on the cake. It gave us a by-invitation-only view of the wedding preparations, the butterflies, and the girly gushiness that I'm sure every soon-to-be princess goes through before marrying her prince. Normally, when a beloved series comes to an end, the reader is left wanting more. Katy Evans not only gave us a healthy dose of sinful sexiness, but we also got some swoon-worthy moments that still give me goose bumps.
Bottom line, this series has one of my all-time favorite couples, where I loved both the male and female leads equally. Given that this was my first foray into the world of Katy Evans, that statement is quite an accomplishment and speaks to the true talent of the author. I will truly miss this couple. However, I do hope that sometime in the future Mr. and Mrs. Saint and their little saint-lets will start demanding attention from Ms. Evans, and she'll have no choice but to give the readers a glimpse into the married world of the reformed manwhore and his lady love. And for that story, I definitely call dibs.
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