REVIEW: The Contract by Avril Tremayne

Posted October 2nd, 2014 by in Blog, HJ Recommends, New Adult, Review / 0 comments

In The Contract by Avril Tremayne, Lane Davis hires an expert to give her private lessons on how to impress in bed after her first sexual encounter convinces her that she needs help in the bedroom department.

TConLane’s best friend is not convinced by her crazy scheme and wants her to drop it. She takes the help of her brother, Adam to play the role of an “expert” and be awful enough to convince Lane to give up on her crazy scheme. But once Adam meets Lane, he is not ready to reject her so early. The thought of another man taking advantage of that makes him a little bit crazy.

As for Lane, she makes the uncomfortable discovery that her carefully composed contract doesn’t cover everything. Her goal was to seduce a banking executive, but it turns out that she kind of has a thing for Adam. Maybe it’s time to renegotiate…

The Contract is a steamy adult contemporary romance with an amazing chemisrty between the main characters. Chemistry and steamy scenes are the main reasons I enjoyed the story so much. Both Lane and Adam are attracted towards each other and after a while their feelings turn out to much deeper than they originally thought. They hide their feelings from each other and therefore they both have no idea what the other person is truly feeling for the majority of the part. Lane is paying Adam for teaching her about sex and that may not sit well with some of the readers.

Lane is a strong, independent and smart heroine. I liked her but her crazy scheme was beyond my understanding. Adam is a sexy hero with a great sense of humor and is very likable because of the way he treats Lane.

Overall, The Contract by Avril Tremayne is a sexy romance for everyone who loves New Adult.

Book Info:

4SPublished September 1st 2014 by Harlequin E

When by-the-book economist Lane Davis’s first sexual encounter convinces her she doesn’t have what it takes to impress in bed, she does the most logical thing: she hires an expert to give her private lessons and get her out of the bottom percentile.

Adam Quinn has his own agenda. His sister–one of Lane’s best friends–wants him to be just awful enough to convince Lane to give up on her crazy scheme. Once he meets Lane, though, Adam can’t quite bring himself to reject her. There’s a naive vulnerability just beneath her cool, composed exterior…. The thought of another man taking advantage of that makes Adam a little bit crazy.

As for Lane, she makes the uncomfortable discovery that her carefully composed contract doesn’t cover everything. Her goal was to seduce a banking executive, but it turns out that she kind of has a thing for Adam. Maybe it’s time to renegotiate…

 

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