About the Book:
After another rejection letter, Tatum stares fate in the eye and realizes she’ll never be a professional dancer on or off Broadway. Out of options, she accepts Bennett’s job offer to manage the strip club and is determined to return the run-down Iron Rods to its glory days, no matter what or who stands in her way – even if it means going toe-to-toe with the boss’ son.
Warning – this book contains graphic sex, interesting characters, and touches of humor.
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This book was fun, uncomplicated, laugh-out-loud funny, but disappointing in the sexiness department. I know, right? How can a book based on the business and smexiness of a strip club lack in sexiness department? Well the sex was boring. There, I said it. I was bored. Also, I couldn't believe that someone who came across so strong-willed and intelligent would IMMEDIATELY fall into bed with the guy in charge? Seriously...after their very FIRST official business meeting, they rush to the back office and screw like rabbits on the desk.
While I loved the characters, they were entertaining enough to keep me reading, there was no real sexual tension between Tatum and Bennett. When he suddenly reveals his love for her, it felt...unreal. Like he was just saying it to say it. I couldn't believe the emotion was real because the tension and emotional depth was missing.
No, the story didn't deliver on it's promise of graphic sex, but it did deliver on the interesting characters and touches of humor. I'd love to read the other books in the series.