Book Reviews

Book Review: His Many Demands by Ali Parker

My Needs.
My Demands.
Your Pleasure.
You’re Welcome.

She had one year left of college when our parents got married. And thanks to being raised in poverty, she needed help with her expenses.

My dad, being the benevolent billionaire, stepped up without question.

But there was a catch. She had to intern at the firm for a year. With me.

As her boss. Poor sweet little thing.

She has no clue what she’s up against, but she’ll figure it out soon.

I don’t play typical games, but the ones I do play, I always win.

And regardless of how taboo our relationship might become, I’m all in.

The reward is worth the risk.

I just hope she can keep up with my many demands.

A Bad Boy Billionaire Novel.

My Thoughts

Beth is a woman who has struggled in her past. Her father was a drug dealer and left her and her mother with debt. As the years pass, she graduates from college. Her mother is set to marry a billionaire and Beth asks her mother to talk him into helping her pay for her master’s program.

Damon is the boss and soon to be step-brother to Beth. He’s guarded and demanding. He wants what he wants and if women want him, it has to be on his terms. I felt at times, he was a dick and not until the end did you see him being a human being to people. I would’ve liked to see him soften at least a little.

Beth and Damon have sizzling attraction, they work together and play together. The problem is he offers her a no nonsense physical relationship. He tells her his heart is unavailable. He peruses her even when he knows it’s what she wants. A commitment.

It was pretty enjoyable, I enjoyed Matthew and her mother. I even enjoyed the friends she had on the side. What I found a little off was how quickly Beth fell in love with him when he wasn’t even nice to her. It was a bit strange but I get what the author was going for in his demeanor.

I found the whole Jake and her friend thing so out of the blue and unnecessary. It seemed like it was an afterthought, in my opinion. It didn’t really give with the rest of the book.

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