I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Ms. Manwhore by Katy Evans
Series: Manwhore #2.5
Published by Pocket Star on October 5, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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What lies ahead for Chicago's most envied couple, Malcolm Saint and Rachel Livingston?
Sparks flew between them in MANWHORE.
Separated by deception, the intensity and heat of their attraction turned up in MANWHORE +1.
Will Chicago's wealthiest and most notorious player finally settle down, or will one woman never be enough?
Find out in MS. MANWHORE, the ultimate conclusion to their electric, breathtaking story.
I decided to read this story because I thought it would be a celebration of Saint’s decision to propose to Rachel and her decision to say “yes.” It was certainly that and more.
One of the elements that was missing for me in the first two books was Rachel’s confidence, or lack thereof, in Saint’s feelings for her. Here, though we don’t get his point of view, we certainly experience his true expressions of the depth of his love for her. From announcing their engagement to family and friends through the honeymoon, we get a delightful, extended version of their “happily ever after.” It’s pure decadence to just wallow in and enjoy. More importantly, Rachel no longer has any doubts.
This is an indulgence in the romance of Mr. and Mrs. Saint, Sin and Sinner. Could it have been handled as an epilogue in the second book? Maybe. But it wouldn’t have been as much fun. I enjoyed the romp and also think the author left a door open for another story:)
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