pregnancy test that doesn’t belong to her appears in Bree
Jamison’s home, she dumps her boring old life and reinvents
herself, complete with a sexy new demeanor and job to
match. With a temporary position as a web designer that she
hopes to make permanent for Paula’s Pleasure House, Bree
loves her new job and is determined to impress her boss.
But to do that, she also has to impress her boss’ brother
and new marketing consultant. Evan Willet, the man in
question, just happens to be the man Bree shared one
horrible night of rebound sex with.
believe the stunning woman in front of him is the shy woman
he shared a disastrous night with. Evan finds himself
determined to figure out who the true Bree is, and to
replace memories of their previous encounter with far more
pleasurable ones. And with an office full of sex toys
around them, they’ll tempt, tease, and seduce one another
until desire turns into more than either expected.
Something that, to both of them, feels a lot like love.
What I wouldn’t
give to work at Paula’s Pleasure House! Avery Beck has
created a cast of likeable, fun, and intriguing characters
in the wonderful Sexy by Design. I adored
Bree for her decision to make a new life for herself. It
was delightful watching her find her true self working in a
place unlike any her family would imagine for her. As for
Evan, he won me over with his intelligence and caring for
those he loved. It was a joy to watch Evan and Bree learn
more about one another and discover that neither was what
the other expected them to be. From erotic encounters to
far more intimate moments of conversation, Sexy by
Design held me captive with my need to see Bree and
Evan find happiness with one another.
Ms. Beck has
penned an utterly engaging tale that’s a mix of sensuality,
tenderness, and fun. I absolutely loved Sexy by
Design and cannot wait to read more of Ms. Beck’s