Sunday, March 31, 2013

Review: Great Exploitation by Nicole Williams

Seduction. Infidelity. Blackmail. Scandal. It can all be bought for the right price and for Sienna Stevens, business is good. 

Because she’s in the business of Great Exploitations. 

She’s an Eve, a member of a secret society of women contracted by the wives of wealthy, powerful men for one reason and one reason only: to seduce their husbands. To ensure their pre-nuptial agreement will be null and void thanks to a little loophole known as the Infidelity Clause. To ensure that those wives don’t find themselves on the other side of a divorce without a penny to their name. 

When it comes to the Eves, Sienna’s one of the best because she follows the number one rule of the Eves to the letter: don’t let it get personal. 

When the job file of her wealthiest client yet falls into her lap, Sienna realizes that this case could be the one that’s impossible to detach herself from. The payout would lead to her independence, but will the cost be too high in the end?

I totally loved this concept and story. It's Sienna's job to is to seduce married men, in order for their wives to be able to divorce them and still get a payout. 

This book is more of a book that will lay the ground work for future books. It takes you through a job Sienna works. From her meeting the client, meeting the mark, the seduction and the wrap up. 

Although nothing magical happened in the book, other then a good quick story, it foreshadows the upcoming drama in book two, including hopefully finding out what took place to make Sienna take this path. 

If I'm being honest with myself, it sounds like an awesome job. Perhaps I have a secret ambition to be a call girl or something but the idea of getting paid major money to seduce a man, and help a woman get out of a marriage with a low life cheater, sounds like an awesome, though tiring job. 

I get that this wasn't the best review because I am having a hard time putting into words how I feel about it. 

Just go read it for yourself already and stop reading my ramble!

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