Review: PORTER by Georgia Cates

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Porter by Georgia Cates
Series: Men of Lovibond, book 3
Publisher: Georgia Cates Books, LLC
Publication Date: August 2, 2017
Rating: ★★★★✰


Frankee is definitely not a teenager anymore when she goes to work for the same company her dad works for and her boss, Porter is taking notice.

When I read the synopsis for this book I was all in. I am a sucker for taboo, and what’s more taboo than a guy falling for his younger employee?

There was definitely hotness in this book, I mean fan yourself worthy hotness.

I did find it a bit slow at times and thought the “okay, now we are talking. HOLY CRAP!” moment could have came in sooner.

Over all, it was a cute, sexy, taboo story.

4 Stars!

~Alison


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Synopsis:
Craft beer and the sexy men who brew it.

My employee’s daughter. The tomboy. The kid who once did odd jobs around the brewery. That’s all she was… until three years passed and she walked into my office for an interview.

Frankee Dawson is no longer that girl I once called Kiddo. She’s grown into a beautiful, sexy, desirable woman. Very desirable. And that’s a problem. She’s my employee’s daughter. Lovibond family. And too young for me. Too innocent.

I want to feel her respond to my kiss.
I want her body to tremble as she anticipates my touch.
I want to learn all the places that bring her pleasure.
But mostly I want her to know that she’s never truly been loved by a man until me.

Frankee is my intern and under me for the summer. Literally. It’s a difficult secret to maintain when you can’t keep your hands off each other.

This was supposed to be a hot summer fling. Sex and fun without commitment. That’s what we called it. But we were wrong. This is more. I’ve never felt this way about a woman. Never cared more about someone else’s happiness more than my own.

I love her. And I’m happy, so damn happy… until a terrible mistake from my past springs forward and threatens to rip us apart.

There are a million reasons for her to leave me. And trust me, she should. But all I really need is one good reason for her to stay.

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