Business with Pleasure by Mia Madison
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You Should Never Mix Business with Pleasure
… Especially When Your Business is Pleasure
I’ve never mixed business with pleasure, even though my business is pleasure. I pamper and please my clients every night, and then head straight home to sleep and study for class the next day.
The seductive lure of dancing was just that, a lure. Beneath the sultry profession lies a slippery underworld. Letting your guard down is dangerous. Especially when you’re tempted to do so by your club’s owner.
Give her two minutes and any dancer you pull will give up her sob story about how she ended up in a place like this. Regardless of the path, they’re all the same: money and status are the motive.
Blair’s different. Plenty of dancers know their way around a pole. Blair knows her way around your heart. She swirls her hips slow and syrupy, like she’s churning ice cream. And the whole time she’s working you, her bedroom eyes stare straight into your soul.
She’s one of the club’s biggest moneymakers.
She’s also my biggest fantasy.
Business with Pleasure is a standalone romance with no cheating, no cliffhangers, and a happily ever after guaranteed. Click to read this steamy tale.
Business with Pleasure
Cam owns a strip club, but has never wanted anything personal to do with the girls until Blair started at his club. Blair started dancing to help pay her college tuition, but has never really enjoyed it. I felt this book was a spin on the Pretty Woman story, but the stripper version and with an added surprise (not sure it was really surprising) at the end. Overall I rate this story a 3 hearts. There wasn’t anything necessarily wrong with it, it was just somewhat predictable and nothing really interesting in it. It had some steamy scenes but I didn’t feel that the rest of the storyline did enough to support them. I found Blair a bit cliche, being a “modern woman”, obviously in charge of her own sexuality, but appeared to have an internal tug of war between being honestly kinda slutty and wanting to be an independent woman who doesn’t need anyone.
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