His For A Week: Bought

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
An undercover journalist sells herself for a week to expose the darker elements of the Scarlet Auction, but when billionaire Benjamin Lee shows up, it’s not just her scoop that’s on the line… More
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About Em Brown

After accidentally flashing an audience with her knickers, Em Brown decided that writing was a safer activity. She enjoys writing romance, particularly erotic historicals. For more about her works, visit www.EroticHistoricals.com.

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About the Series: His For A Week
A contemporary romance serial with erotic elements.

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Reviews of His For A Week: Bought by Em Brown

Darrell Lloyd Mackenzie reviewed on July 16, 2019

Kimani's put herself up for sale under false pretenses while hoping to expose the elite Scarlet Auction to the world. Once she's purchased and whisked off into horrid, no safe word option BDSM brutality in a remote mountain cabin. Nothing's consensual and she's terrified. Miraculously, a would-be savior comes to her rescue, albeit with his own designs, but he won't force them on her. I'd say he's looking more honorable than she is.
(review of free book)
Sadie Coffey reviewed on Dec. 18, 2018

It's a little racist, and I don't mean because one of the characters unnecessarily uses the n-word - we're not supposed to like him, but that's still a lazy way to go about it, and unnecessary. But a couple of the characters are Asian, and there are some sweeping generalizations made about them and about black women that made me uncomfortable.

There are also some interesting discussions of BDSM and Feminism. There's quite a lot of discussion of 50 Shades of Grey, which... come on, there are better BDSM romances. Perhaps the author is using that as an example of the unrealistic expectations these women have.

The premise is good, though. I feel like with a good editor, this could be a really good book. It doesn't exactly end on a cliffhanger so much as stop in the middle of the story. If the story had been complete, with a cliffhanger, I would have enjoyed it more. Not sure I'll read the next book in the series, but it was intriguing.
(review of free book)
Johana Molina reviewed on Nov. 23, 2018

So detailed and entertaining. Ends in cliffhanger and now I feel like I HAVE to buy the whole sequel. Love it!
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Dee Elliott reviewed on Oct. 20, 2018

As an African-American woman, I was a bit hesitant to read this book after reading John Doe's review, however, I very glad I took a chance because I was pleasantly surprised and thought it was pretty good! This book is Day One in the "his for the week," so it does end on a cliffhanger. Kimani's and Ben's story will continue is subsequent books.
(review of free book)
John Doe, Sr reviewed on Sep. 4, 2018

Racist content. Gross. No thank you. You ain't Mark Twain.
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