For His Pleasure (Ten Book BDSM Boxed Set) Reviews

For His Pleasure (Ten Book BDSM Boxed Set)

For His Pleasure (Ten Book BDSM Boxed Set)

*The New York Times bestselling series, For His Pleasure*

**Available for the first time, this boxed set contains thirty dollars worth of books for an ultra low price**

***Warning: Contains pages and pages of hot alpha males, steamy sex, and passionate romance.***

Includes ten books in the NYT bestselling For His Pleasure series:

FOR HIS PLEASURE

When twenty-two year old Nicole Masters gets a highly coveted internship working for one of the

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  1. BookChick Blog Reviews
    48 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    This “series” should have ended with this book, October 3, 2012
    Wow…this book was just…BAD! No way will I be finishing up this series. Red was crude and mean and Nicole just took it. And I’m sorry but throwing in an “I love you” doesn’t make up for him calling her a s!ut…..twice! He treated her like a wh@re (as much as I hate that term)…that’s what he did. This book was not sexy and didn’t endear me to Red or Nicole. Beyond all the foolishness of Red and Nicole. The book happened at a break neck pace…which made me feel as if I was on speed.

    For me, the story went something like this:
    He interviews her…wants her…turns cold on her and kicks her out of his office…calls her and offers her the job…discusses the job with her…tells her that he wants her…demands she calls him sir…to which she does instantly…the proceed to have a clandestine “relationship” with him taking her to a seedy apartment where she is almost raped…calls her a s!ut (x2)…he spanks her and she loves it…*insert sex*…he turns cold again and doesn’t speak to her for days…then he wants her again and she kowtows…*insert sex*…she demands a relationship and he takes her to a restaurant while she is dressed like a tramp…takes her back to the seedy apartment…*insert sex*…they go back to work and he ignores her…she gets mad they don’t speak for two weeks…he misses her…he finds her in the grocery store takes her to Florida…*insert sex*…he tells her he loves her…*more sex*…*more break neck crazy*…he meets her parents…they hate him…he asks her to marry him…admits he bought the ring one day after meeting her…she says yes…the end.

    Now, doesn’t that kinda feel like a speed-high? Imagine reading it! My humble opinions.

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  2. Amazon Customer
    43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    What a waste!, July 29, 2012
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    What a waste! The storyline was inconsistent, great one minute, then absolutely horrid the next. The female character was very immature & came across as if she was in junior high. The end of the story was a real letdown. In addition – this day & age, don’t we proofread anymore?
    I want my $2.99 back!!!

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  3. J. Paulson
    37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Disjointed, hot and cold novella, August 2, 2012
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    I should have listened to the reviews and skipped the book but I was curious. Nicole is a recent college graduate interviewing for an internship with multi-millionaire Red Jameson. She’s supposed to be naive and innocent and yet she readily jumps into a Dom style relationship with Red without a lot of problems which is completely unbelievable. She’s incredibly immature rather than naive and very self-involved (her roommate shows concern and she’s a total snot to her). Red is borderline emotionally abusive. He isn’t dominant, he’s just cruel. I really didn’t care for this book. The premise could have worked but the characters just aren’t that likeable for me. I won’t be purchasing the next book in this serialized book and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone else.

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