Review: For His Pleasure (For His Pleasure #1) by Kelly Favor

When twenty-two year old Nicole Masters gets a highly coveted internship working for one of the largest advertising companies in the world, she can’t believe her luck. But Jameson International isn’t just any company. It’s owned by thirty-two-year-old business mogul and celebrity, Red Jameson.

Red is known for his high flying lifestyle; dating models and hanging with the rich and famous.

The powerful billionaire can have any woman he wants, and the naive college graduate can’t imagine making much of an impression on her new CEO. But when Red Jameson takes notice of her and invites her up to his secluded office one day, everything changes.

As it turns out, the powerful businessman also has a voracious sexual appetite, and it’s been whetted by none other than Nicole herself. And Red needs to be in charge at every turn.

Nicole isn’t just any girl though, and Red Jameson’s shocked to find that the young intern is more than a match for him in a battle of wits and will.

For His Pleasure is a 30,000 word tale of lust, submission, power and ultimately–a love story for the ages.

I wouldn’t call this the best book I ever read but it was amusing. I’ve never read Fifty Shades of Grey but the blurbs are virtually identical, not sure who wrote what first, so some people might find this annoying. I found some of the situations laughable and some completely unbelievable. The love scenes were hot but they weren’t on fire, which is what I thought this book was about, Volcanic eruptions and fires blazing. This really wasn’t the case. Some of the conversation lingo didn’t sound natural, it was awkward in places, you’ll have to read it to know what I’m talking about. Honestly, Red was an ass most of the time and I really don’t know how they fell in love. This was an ok read and I’m not sure I’ll run to buy the rest. But it was fun in a laughable sort of way and it passed some time. I don’t love it and I don’t hate it, it was ok.

Flow of book – 3
Believable romance – 2
Overall Plot – 3


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