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Move a little bit, Christian Grey…
Dr. Isaac Kimball will melt your panties away with his accent, his brains and his looks – not to mention his way in bed. How can you decline his offer?
He’s a great guy, a pediatric surgeon who tries to help those people who needed his work the most. On the other hand, he too has a darker side, usually confined in the privacy of the bedroom. But after his trust has been broken by one of the person he value the most, he decided to rein it. When a regulation did not allow him to help the charity closest to his heart, a friend offered him a proposition: to transform a woman from the street into a sophisticated mistress who can pass in London high society n exchange for his support to the charity. He thought it was ridiculous until he found the perfect girl – the one who he can’t keep off his mind and challenges him in every way.
Beggars could not be choosers. Poor people, to survive will have to swallow their pride. Mila tried her best not to say yes – his offer was absurd. She already had a bad past, and was trying to live a new life. She wanted a clean slate. When he offers her something to take her away from hell and into the glamorous life in London, lying about who she is was easy. She has been doing it all along. Until, what they have, what supposedly is a show, a pretend turned out to be something real.
What they have is CHEMISTRY. They have a lot of it, and it’s all over the place – but there was this big elephant at the corner of the room, and Mila refused to acknowledge it. It was threatening what they have, I wished she told him earlier, he could have been a little lenient, but no. She chose to keep it. But no secret stays secret for long. One way or the other, truth will come out. And when it did – what they had, what they were building started to crumble down. And it was a little heartbreaking to watch it.
It was desperation that made Mila do things she shouldn’t have done. But her character was strong, and despite her records, possesses a good heart. All she wanted was to take care of the people she love. She might have lied, but she thought she needed to. She will go to any lengths to protect and be with people who are important to her. I wished Isaac could understand that.
I hated him when he broke her heart. He like perfection, and knowing what she did puts her on the imperfect list. I understand that he has a lot on his plate when he came back to London, and when another bomb was dropped into him, he just couldn’t take it anymore. Good thing it didn’t take long before he realized his mistake and did something to rectify it.
Honesty and trust is important in a relationship. A lie, whether by omission or by commission will always be a lie. Even though we did it to protect the people we love, once the truth is out in the open – it will affect the relationship one way or the other.
It’s hot, titillating, sinful and captivating.
The Mistress Experiment is the first book in the series. I thought it would end in a cliffhanger, and imagine my relief when it didn’t. Thank goodness! I love the way it ended. It was a relief. I was hooked from page 1, and I couldn’t help but fall in love with Isaac and Mila. It was a wild journey with these two, and I’m just glad they both got what they deserve at the end.
Elizabeth Otto grew up in a Wisconsin town the size of a postage stamp, where riding your horse to the grocery store, and skinny dipping after school were perfectly acceptable. No surprise that she writes about small communities and country boys. She's the author of paranormal and hot, emotional, contemporary romance, and has no guilt over frequently making her readers cry. When not writing, she works full-time as an Emergency Medical Technician for a rural ambulance service. Elizabeth lives with her very own country boy and their three children in, shockingly, a small Midwestern town.