My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Natalie is an overworked and underpaid college student trying to keep up her GPA while working almost full-time just to pay her tuition. She's a cashier at a store she hates, her grades are slipping, and if she doesn't do something drastic she will lose her grants and scholarships, meaning she'll get kicked out of school.
Just when things can't get worse, her friend Tara informs her of a way she can quit her job and have all of her bills paid off, and that is to become a sugar baby. It's in this proposition that she meets Roman Parker, a reclusive software millionaire who tests her boundaries both in and out of the bedroom.
Becoming a sugar baby is the only option for Natalie, even if her Christian upbringing says not to do it. If Natalie takes the job, everything will fall into place and she can be saved. All she has to do is agree to be sugared.
M.L. Young is an author currently living in Illinois. She is the author of The Stipulation Serials. To find out more and to stay up to date on all things related to the books, follow her on Twitter and Facebook.
I received this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review
I very seldom give 3 stars and I really don't like doing it, but I do have to say that this book left me thinking that there could of been more to the story.
It didn't grab me from the beginning like some books do, and I could put it down.
It just needs more oomph put into it, it needs to be able to grab you right from the start and say you cannot put me down.
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