Indulge by Georgia Cates

Granted, when I got to 4% and found out the main character Anna James, a.k.a Peach, went vacationing in Indulge where Hedonism is acceptable, I thought I picked the wrong book to read.

However, as the read further and further, page after page, I began to like Beau, a.k.a, Beauregard, a.k.a the Polyamory guy, because he was willing to give up his practices for his one and only – his true and beautiful.

In their vacation romance, Anna James discovers she is a beautiful, wanted woman in Beau arms with lingering doubts of is she alone enough to a man who enjoys variety inside the bedroom.

Beau quickly understands that Anna James is all he needs, enough to throw away a life style he practiced for years.

However, vacation in Indulge has its temptations. It seems Beau has his work cut out for him and Anna James has her own demons to stand up to before either can face their relationship and fully vast in it for the long run.

I reached 47% when the twist I waited for the previous 10% happened. And it was keen to make me doubt the whole 47% I already read, so I started a race to the finish line and read the remaining of the book in a breeze!

Georgia, you created an old-fashioned  sweet love story  I haven’t read in a long time, You brought me back to pre 50 shades stories I loved to read as a teenager and a young adult.

Thank you. You got 5 stars from me!!!

Official blurb:

9f5c9-indulge2bcover2bart2b1Beau Emerson is no gentleman.

Those hazel eyes.
That filthy mouth.
That greedy, hard body.

It all equates to one thing. Irresistible.

One look and I know he’ll bruise my lips and scar my knees. He’ll give me the best nine days of my life while ruining me in the most beautiful way imaginable. And I’ll let him because he has the power to talk me into anything.
Except one thing.

I have no choice. The things I desire from him will destroy me in the end. I want more than he’s capable of giving––something true and beautiful.
He can never know how much of me belongs to him. Too much is at stake.
Shh … don’t tell him he’s my everything.

My name is Anna James Bennett. And this is our story

This entry was posted in Book Review, Other and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s