It was, for one thing, not what I expected. First off, I actually enjoyed it for the most part. But it is also not even remotely like Twilight. Of course it's ridiculous of me to think that they would even be a bit similar since in the summary itself it says that it was extensively revised before publication, so that definitely implies that it would basically be nothing like Twilight. But still, it wasn't anything like that, and I have to admit I was a bit disappointed. Is that weird or what? Okay, moving on. While the basis of the story consists of Chloe pretty much hating her boss Bennett, then constantly having sex, until eventually fall in love (very predictable stuff here as you can tell), I have to admit it was quite entertaining. The sexual encounters between these two got a little repetitive, but overall, I found their interactions to be interesting and their back and forth banter actually made me laugh out loud a few times.
The characters aren't deep or anything, so I didn't become attached enough to actually want to continue the series after reading the first one, but it definitely satisfied my curiosity so I am glad I at least finished the whole thing. Overall, I would probably recommend Beautiful Bastard to some fans of erotica, not necessarily hardcore fans because I read a few reviews by some big fans of erotica, who just snickered at everything in this book. I say give it a shot if it sounds like something you would enjoy!
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