Big Rock - Lauren Blakely

Big Rock

By Lauren Blakely

  • Release Date: 2016-01-06
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 346 Ratings

Description

It's not just the motion of the ocean, ladies. It's definitely the SIZE of the boat too. 
And I've got both firing on all cylinders. In fact, I have ALL the right assets. Looks, brains, my own money, and a big c*&k.
You might think I'm an a*&hole. I sound like one, don’t I? I'm hot as sin, rich as heaven, smart as hell and hung like a horse.
Guess what? You haven't heard my story before. Sure, I might be a playboy, like the NY gossip rags call me. But I’m the playboy who’s actually a great guy. Which makes me one of a kind. 
The only trouble is, my dad needs me to cool it for a bit. With conservative investors in town wanting to buy his flagship Fifth Avenue jewelry store, he needs me not only to zip it up, but to look the part of the committed guy. Fine. I can do this for Dad. After all, I’ve got him to thank for the family jewels. So I ask my best friend and business partner to be my fiancée for the next week. Charlotte’s up for it. She has her own reasons for saying yes to wearing this big rock.
And pretty soon all this playing pretend in public leads to no pretending whatsoever in the bedroom, because she just can’t fake the kind of toe-curling, window-shattering orgasmic cries she makes as I take her to new heights between the sheets.
But I can’t seem to fake that I might be feeling something real for her.
What the hell have I gotten myself into with this…big rock?

Reviews

  • Yes!!

    5
    By JTubergen
    I honestly was not completely sure how this story was going to end. Loved this book! My first read of the author and can't wait to read more. Highly recommend reading this one. :)
  • Wow!

    5
    By Basketballdiva
    Two best friends pretend to be engaged to help with one of their fathers business deals. While one propositions the fake engagement the other has a different proposal in mind, but everything changes when real feelings start to emerge. Fun and sexy and definitely a great read!
  • Big Rock rocks

    5
    By CarolNol
    The chemistry of the two main characters, Spencer and Charlotte is just awesome! We all wish we had that friend of the opposite sex that we can rely on to be our “fake date” but then these two take it one step further. This is a male POV book and the sense of humor is just ….well, hilarious at times. Again, I highly recommend Lauren Blakely’s books. The sense of humor is just awesome. You will not be disappointed.
  • Great Read, Funny and Sexy

    5
    By Summer!time22
    Spencer and Charlotte's story will be very memorable. Underneath all the bad choice he's a great guy.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Walshawesome
    I loved this book for many reasons but one of my favorites is that the story is told in the male POV! I don't normally find books that are told in the guys POV so I really enjoyed this one!
  • Big Rock!

    5
    By John Deere Girl 244
    Friendship, flirty & sexy! Loved this book from start to finish! Call it hopeless romantics but I loved it!
  • Good book 📚

    5
    By Team Cullen
    This was a good book 📚 but I personally thought "The Sexy One " was better
  • Real men do cry

    5
    By Aimarel
    He is as alpha male as they come but he is not afraid to show his feelings. That is a rare combination on itself. I love the story and hope to read more books by this author. A real gem.
  • It was great!!!

    5
    By Cath_87
    This is one of those books that you just fall in love with the characters. It is one of those books that make you feel good inside. It's one of those books you curl up on the couch and enjoy a lazy Saturday afternoon. It was just great!!
  • First 5 ⭐️ review I've ever given!

    5
    By JazzyG_unit
    I was really surprised at how much I loved this book! I loved that it is was 100% from the lead male's POV; that is rare in this genre. Because it was from the man's perspective, I feel like a refreshing level of comedy was able to be achieved. I enjoyed every minute of this book.

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