TIGER SHARK IS LIVE! Go 100% Alpha with Landon and Georgia!
London’s square mile is witness to a revolution, a new breed of business woman. They call us tiger sharks. We out-earn, out-work and out-play our male counterparts. We work the system, play the game and most importantly, win. In a city full of sharks only the most ruthless make it to the top of the pool.
The number one rule: never sleep with the boss. Ever. I had no intention of breaking it until I met my new boss. No matter how strong my resolve, Landon Banks can smell weakness like a shark smells blood in the water, and I’m bleeding. The hunter becomes the hunted, lines start to blur, and I have a choice to make. Screw or be screwed. Of course, I never was much good at taking it like a bitch. Landon Banks will be learning to grab his ankles if I have anything to do with it. Things are about to get interesting in the game of predator versus predator. Who will come out on top?
Tiger Shark is one of these novels. Georgia has a rule about getting involved with the boss. Well, actually, she has a lot of rules…this is just the one that causes the biggest issue, at least immediately. Part of what makes this story so fun is watching Georgia try to navigate a way around those rules to still fit Landon into her life, but on her terms.
Landon is a bit of a mystery. And I think he likes it that way. He wants to be the guy who is in a lot of places at once, who is in demand in all areas of his life, but who holds himself back.
Georgia and Landon don’t like one another. But they like the sex…even though they are not entirely comfortable admitting it. One of the things I really liked in this book is that, while there is a resolution to their feelings toward one another, it is not quick, easy fix. It is work, with a little bit of bite, and even in the epilogue, Georgia is still her and Landon is still who he was through the book.
The writing flows and is easily accessible. You feel like you are in Georgia’s head, getting to know her, feeling as she feels and relating to things as she does. It is quite a ride, and she is a lot different from the normal romantic heroine, which I loved.
The name is a play on words, Georgia is a tiger and a shark, yet that is not all that is told by the title (I am not telling you, just read the book, it’s worth it) but the moment, at least for me, where you see where the title came from is a lot of fun.
The sexual themes in Tiger Shark are definitely for readers 18+…but, these are the fun books.
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About the Author:
Lauren Lovell is an indie author from England.She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for afterwards. Lauren is a self-confessed shameless pervert, who may be suffering from slight peen envy. LP loves to hear from readers so please get in touch.