The Girl Who Can’t Say No: Bound To The Billionaire (Part One) (A BDSM Erotic Romance Novelette)

The Girl Who Can’t Say No: Bound To The Billionaire (Part One) (A BDSM Erotic Romance Novelette)

The Girl Who Can't Say No: Bound To The Billionaire (Part One) (A BDSM Erotic Romance Novelette)

When the anxious and timid actress Chloe Everett turns up to audition for a minor movie role, it’s just another nerve-wracking day. For the quiet and darkly handsome producer Daniel Grant however, it’s an unspoken opportunity. Beset by the nerves that have plagued her since childhood, Chloe agrees to one more audition, alone with the billionaire movie magnate…

This steamy 17,500 word novelette is the first installment of Ashley Spector’s thrilling erotic romance series, The Girl Wh

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3 thoughts on “The Girl Who Can’t Say No: Bound To The Billionaire (Part One) (A BDSM Erotic Romance Novelette)

  1. Q
    35 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Watered down 50 shades, July 2, 2013
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    Q

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    This author gets credit for correct grammar and punctuation but this story has been told and re-told ad nauseam. Read Sylvia Day’s trilogy if this is your genre. For a free book, it was okay. I am getting very sick of authors writing a “short story” but you really have to purchase a bunch of other books to get the beginning, middle, and an ending.

    This author does have a writing style that I enjoy but a few times it wandered off into left field with descriptions and then sharply jumped right back into the story.

    The characters were a little flat and one dimensional. Although it was explained that Chloe hopes that using acting will help her overcome her anxiety; it wasn’t at all believable. The anxiety bordered on ridiculous as well as the fact that a 22 year old virgin would lose her virginity to someone she spoke to for 5 minutes. I think it can be done in a book and be believed, this just wasn’t it.

    Next, I am so sick of the billionaire being taken with someone they hardly spoke to. What, a billionaire director doesn’t have anyone hitting on him?? I understand that there can be an attraction simply by meeting someone but but again it just did not feel real.

    I truly feel as if this author read 50 Shades and thought “Hey, I can do better.” Now I personally thought 50 Shades was terribly in need of a good editor, but this isn’t much better. No creativity in this at all, just a regurgitated 50 Shades with enough changes as to not get sued.

    Sorry that this review is longer than the book but I feel this author has real potential. I would read other things written by her but not this series.

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  2. SCG
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    No good, July 26, 2013
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    A waste of time to download ..took me longer to download it than it did to read it. Plot was boring and pretty much the story itself was non existant. I was disappointed

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  3. Chrisoula
    17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    My Two Cents Worth, July 4, 2013
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    Chrisoula (South Africa) –

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    This review is from: The Girl Who Can’t Say No: Bound To The Billionaire (Part One) (A BDSM Erotic Romance Novelette) (Kindle Edition)
    I do not enjoy giving extremely harsh reviews but sometimes I feel duty-bound to, especially when it is blatantly apparent that the writer in question is out to make a quick buck by peddling dung disguised in a pretty wrapper. (I am referring of course to the installment scheme)

    I honestly did not enjoy this novella at all. It started out well enough, barring the grammatical errors and the numerous misspellings, but by the 30% mark I found myself scanning over pages and grinding my teeth. The ‘lowly, virgin submissive meets gorgeous, demanding billionaire with deviant sexual inclinations and embarks on a life-changing adventure’ has been done too many times before. What’s more, it has been done by better storytellers in possession a superior and less contrived grasp of the English language.

    This tale fell flat mainly because of the uninspired direction. There was no mystery, no real conflict, not an inkling of personality.

    My advice to the potential purchaser is as follows: download this book if curiosity compels you to, but only if it remains free.
    My advice to the writer would be this: find a topic you are truly passionate about, or a story you absolutely yearn to tell, then do some research. Read more than just a few examples of great and bad literature on the topic. Once you have done this, read up on the experiences of successful writers and take the advice they so generously share to heart. Who knows, you just might write something people will gladly pay for if you do.

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