Undeniable chemistry and a satisfying and ultimately heartwarming, erotic romance fill the pages of Good Girl.
When a shiny black limousine pulls up in front Rossi’s Pizza, and an extremely handsome and obviously rich man exits the car, Gabriella Rossi has no idea that her entire life is about to change. Noah Bentley, successful billionaire, enters the pizza shop and notices that it is for sale; he also notices the pretty girl behind the counter. On a return visit, the mysterious Noah offers Gabriella something she cannot refuse; one million dollars for the pizza shop. There’s a catch, though. Gabriella must spend the next six months with him, under his rules. In an effort to rid her family of their financial troubles, she accepts the deal.
The deal is a powerfully dramatic moment, and the entire scene occurs in only the first several pages of the book. The story is fast-paced and dives right into Gabriella and Ethan’s new life together. Gabriella immediately hatches an escape plan. She plans to act so horribly that Ethan will voluntarily send her home. However, she misjudges his stubbornness and ability to expertly control and manipulate virtually any situation. Noah is quite an enigma; he’s gentle and even kind, but that contrasts sharply with his cold demeanor and controlling ways.
The book moves quickly through scenes and important events that define the metamorphosis of the couple’s relationship. There is a rollercoaster of emotion and conflict, and the author doesn’t dwell on any single event. She manages to fit in twists, turns, surprises, and swoon-worthy romance. There’s plenty of sexual tension, and later, well written sex scenes. Readers should be aware of mild BDSM and power exchange, with spanking and light bondage, all very tasteful.
At the heart of Good Girl is a thoroughly enjoyable contemporary erotic romance for readers that like their love stories with just a little bit of edge.
Also available as an ebook.