We both joined The Club and made an arrangement. I got the money to pay my mortgage and he got access to my body, whenever and however he wanted it…
SAPPHIRE BEAUTIFUL, a new full-length, stand-alone novel in Ren Monterrey’s THE CLUB series.
I never imagined that I’d be starting my fifth year as a faculty member in the Medieval Studies department as a thirty-two-year-old widow. I’m sure to be the butt of every joke around campus as the collateral damage of a sex scandal that made national headlines. And my husband left me completely broke after he killed himself.
I don’t want to lose my house and all the money I invested in it so I make an arrangement through The Club. I’ll get what I need…money to get out of the financial ruins my dead husband left me in. And Dante McNally will get what he wants…access to my body…whenever and however he wants it…
There’s only one catch. Dante is one of our new graduate students and the recipient of a prestigious research fellowship funded by his billionaire father. And this is the year I’m supposed to be applying for tenure.
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My Thoughts: Sapphire Beautiful is the first book I've read in Ren Monterrey's The Club series. I enjoyed it a lot. The characters were interesting and the plot was good. I felt like the end rushed a little, but I still liked it.
Mary is an awesome leading female character. I think she is strong to deal with everything that is thrown at her. Her struggles, especially internally, really pull the story along. Dante made an intriguing leading male. His commanding ways mixed with his willingness to keep Mary happy is wonderful. I thought Lucy was fun and Dante's family was a mess.
I like that it isn't all sunshine and roses. Ren Monterrey did a great job showing the awkwardness at the beginning and building the relationship through the book. I'm looking forward to checking out other books in this series.
About the author:
REN MONTERREY lives in a small town outside Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and their bloodhounds. She writes New Adult and Contemporary romance under a number of different pen names including Sierra Avalon, Savannah Young and Dakota Madison
I received an e-copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts an opinions are 100% my own.