Auctioned to the Bad Boy CEO by Doris O’Connor

Auctioned to the Bad Boy CEO by Doris O’Connor
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (145 pages)
Other: M/F, spanking
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Hannah Watson has little time for romantic entanglements. After all, she hasn’t met a man yet who can beat her little battery-operated friend.

Until the new CEO arrives. Known for his ruthlessness in business, he’s also every woman’s wet dream—hers included. His temper alone should be a turn off, but her libido is not listening to reason.

Logan Bryce doesn’t tangle with his employees—ever—until curvy little Hannah makes all of him sit up and take notice. Who knew the starchy, always respectably dressed Ms. Watson had such a naughty side? Her proposal to auction off willing celebrities and suitable staff for a ‘date’ has appeal, especially with Hannah, herself, on the auction block.

The terms of the auction are clear—a twenty-four hour commitment—plenty of time to get her out of his system.

What can possibly go wrong?

Logan is the new boss and Hannah is his employee. From first sight spark fly. When Hannah proposes to auction off staff members for charity and her proposal gets accepted, it’s a surprise. However, it is more surprising to Logan when he discovers she is on the auction list.

24 hrs! Anything he wants – except it does not go according to their plan. Family problems come into play and their date changes into something more when they are thrown together on an unexpected path.

The book is not just an erotic romance; it has multiple plots, their love/relationship and the little girl’s case. I won’t say more than this. But the addition of the little girl made the whole story more rounded off. I loved seeing different sides of both the characters which would not have been possible if the little girl was not in the story.

The plot is something that I have read before, but Auctioned to the Bad Boy CEO is very well written with characters, both main and secondary, that capture your attention. I recommend this book.

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