Title: Indigo Nights
Author: Louise Bay
Genre: Contemporary/ Erotic Romance
Release Date: February 9, 2016
SynopsisThe only thing better than cake is cake with a side of orgasms. Dylan James has no expectations when it comes to relationships. He uses women for sex and they use him for his money and power. It’s quid pro quo and he's good with that. It works. Beth Harrison has been burned. She's tired of the lies and the game playing that men bring and has buried herself in her passion—baking which keeps her out of the reach of heartbreak. As she begins her career as a TV baker, a new world opens up to her. Dylan and Beth both know that casual sex is all about giving what you need to get what you want. Except that sometimes you give more than you need to and get everything you ever wanted.
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Nikki's 5 Star Review
Wow!!! I'm in love with Dylan James.
Louise Bay has done it again and given us a book that completely hooked me from the beginning. She gives us these great characters that are all lost in their own ways but always come out stronger on the other side.
Beth Harrison has been 3 years sober it's been hard but she's had great support from her family and her passion for baking has helped her immensely. She has a shot with a TV Production airing a baking segment in Chicago, this leads to a meeting with Mr 8A
Dylan James (Mr 8A) has had a bad experience where relationships are concerned, women only want him for his money and what they can get from him so he's a love em and leave um kinda guy that is until he sets eyes on Beth. She sends his life in a complete 180 could love be on the cards for Dylan and Beth?
We do meet Beth in 2 previous series from Louise Bay What the Lightening Sees and Calling Me but Indigo Nights can be read as a standalone.
ExcerptDylan “I understood the dynamic between men and women. I got to sleep with hot women, and in exchange they got to fuck a rich guy in the hope that they’d become beneficiaries of my cash. I might be handsome, but I knew from bitter experience that if a richer guy came along, I’d be left in the taillights of the women I slept with. It just happened that now, there weren’t many richer men, which gave me a certain satisfaction. I’d made peace with the transactional nature of relationships between men and women and had no expectations. At some point in my past I’d thought that love was possible. Not anymore. It was all about giving to get.”
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