Love gets filthy in this new erotic romance by USA Today bestselling author, Stacey Kennedy. Greyson Crawford works hard by day and plays even harder at night. And he understands and obeys the rules of the game. One, don’t mix business and pleasure. Two, employees are off-limits. So, he’s been eagerly counting down the days until interior designer, Evie Richards is no longer under contract with his Seattle architecture firm. But when that day comes, he realizes there are more obstacles in his way. The biggest…Evie herself. Until Evie gets asked to be the maid-of-honor in her best friend’s destination wedding, and Evie needs a date. The circumstances are perfect for Greyson to set his plan of seduction into motion. He will happily play the boyfriend for the weeklong wedding event, if Evie will surrender to his every command and play in his bed. For Evie, it’s all fun and games until Greyson’s first touch; then she begins to question what’s real. She knows better than to fall for a guy like Greyson—a skirt chasing ladies’ man—but with every slow caress and kinky adventure, she realizes that Greyson knows what he wants, and it isn’t just her body surrendering to him…it’s her heart.
Skirt Chaser was funny, it was sexy, it was a fast paced read that I read in one sitting. I really could just type one work to describe what I loved the most about Skirt Chaser. That word would be Grey. Ladies and gentlemen he is panty melting HOT. Don’t get me wrong there was a lot I loved about this book but Grey I loved from the very start. He is Evie’s boss, or well will no longer be her boss because her contract will be up and waiting for that time to happen has driven him crazy because he wants Evie and he always gets what he wants. Now does that make him sound arrogant and cocky? Yes it does but trust me he is so much more than that.
Evie has a good heart and while there is absolutely no way in hell I would ever go to that wedding. Nope not a chance in hell. For me I think Evie needed to be a bit stronger especially in that situation. She forgave way too easily and I know if I had been in that position I wouldn’t have been able to forgive the two people she should have been able to trust after they had broken it. I needed her character to be stronger than she was, while I wish for that I did like her as a good balance to Grey.
Skirt Chaser is a book that I really enjoyed and can easily recommend but I will say this Grey will have you doing some wardrobe changes for sure!