- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- September 2009
- Book 1 of Reigning Men
Erotic Romance, Romantic Comedy
Meg's mother can't even say the word sex. Her great aunt is a nymphomaniac. The few men she's slept with left her frustrated. The closest she's come to sex was as the unwitting visual aid for hot flatmate, Sam's cowboy style wanking session. No wonder her libido went on permanent vacation and she substitutes ice-cream and chocolate for sex.
With so many hang ups, why does she agree to no strings sex with Sam? Why is hunky, strip club manager Michael bent on seducing her? And why the hell does she invest in a male escort business offering extra services?
Sam's delighted when he convinces Meg to let him go looking for her missing G-spot. A ride on his wild stallion shows her how good sex can be...with the right man. One encounter leads to a dozen. Sam is living every man's dream, sex with no commitment, too bad it's not his dream.
His new life turns into a nightmare when Michael enters the scene. Will the Irishman steal her away, or will his involvement in her Male Order business lead to a disaster that gives Sam a chance to prove to Meg their relationship is more than a sexual rodeo?
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Oct 04, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
283 people found the following review helpful
How did shy and frumpy Meg go from writing ad campaigns and eating Ben & Jerry's ice cream all night to shagging her flatmate and running a prostitution ring? Well, find out in MALE ORDER the lasted book by Lillian Grant.
Meg has an ok life. She has a job, she has her friends, and she has her ice cream. What's not so ok is that she has no sex life, and the few times she has sex has left her feeling like there is something wrong with her. Her friend and co-worker, Laura, comes up with a plan for them to start a business together to help women like Meg out. They'd call it "Male Order", and it would specialize in men that will cater to lonely women's needs. Laura thinks it sounds perfect, but Meg thinks it sounds like prostitution.
So, Meg is feeling sorry for herself because her friend thinks she needs to pay a man for him to want her, but her flatmate, Sam, tries to convince her otherwise. Sam and Meg agree on a no-strings attached sexual agreement so that he can show Meg just how sexual she is.
Meanwhile, Laura goes forward with the Male Order idea and gets Meg sucked into it as well. Needless to say, Meg goes from frigid to nympho, and mousy office worker to pimp, and the rest as they say is history.
This book was funny. Laugh out loud, funny. From all of the disasters that make up Meg's life, to Aunt Maud the octogenarian hornball, I was cracking up the whole time. Meg's character was the kind of woman that you'd really want to root for. You want things to go her way, even though there seem to be obstacles facing her around each corner.
Sam and Meg were great together. He really brought out her inner vixen, and that's exactly what she needed. They had lots of chemistry and an insane amount of sex, but hey I'm not complaining there.
My ONLY complaint was that I got tired of the horse metaphors when it came to Sam's penis. I think that it was funny the first few times, but I was rolling my eyes a little bit by the end.
Other than that, I had a great time reading this. Lillian Grant has a great voice and I like her style of writing. While this was a departure from her other books, I thought she did a great job. She's able to give us characters that we invest in and want good things for, and in my opinion, that's the sign of great writing!
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