It's not good when you are only on para 2 of the first page of the novel and there's something that is not in 'correct/proper' English that makes you go 'uwot?!!!'; it's just sloppy and kind of insulting that the author didn't bother with a read/edit. The author follows up with 'how did you get my person number?', and 'don't tell me how to deal with my employee's', and 'filled her fully' - well, duh!, 'when Ryan see's you', and so on.
Unfortunately, there were far, far too many 'and so on's for me, and I ended up skim-reading, but only as I was now intrigued to see if this tale would be on a par with all the others I've read by this author.
There is a difference between a man being an Alpha male, and being arrogant enough to think he can do anything/get anything/have it all his way - which the author hasn't quite made the distinction over. Unfortunately, she made Ryan Titan sound like Ryan Tit. And she made him 'practically purr', and come out with 'actually, no-one has told me 'no' in twelve years'. PUHLEESE!!
I actually skim-read from 17% onwards, and it was just about OK, if I ignored how stilted and unlikely the dialogue was, and the above-mentioned irritations