An Executive Decision: 1 (The Executive Decision) Paperback – 28 Jul 2013
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'Grace has this amazing knack of creating sexual tension not just through a few pages, but the whole damn book... ending in incredible sex.' --Midnight Boudoir
If you like a really good romance An Executive Decision is a must-read. It s full of tension, plot twists and turns and sizzling sex scenes. --Kay Jaybee, author of The Perfect Submissive
About the Author
Grace Marshall is the pen name of best-selling erotic author KD Grace. Her titles include, The Initiation of Ms Holly, which has been favourably compated to Fifty Shades of Grey, The Pet Shop, and the paranormal erotic novel, Body Temperature and Rising, the first book of her Lakeland Heatwave trilogy. When she s not writing, K D is veg gardening or walking. She walks her stories, and she s serious about it. She and her husband recently walked the Coast to Coast route across England. For her, inspiration is directly proportionate to how quickly she wears out a pair of walking boots.
Top Customer Reviews
I loved the instant connection with Ellis and Dee. There was no hesitation or denying their attraction, the ESC was put in place, and the hot sex starts as soon as the story does.
The plot follows not only the relationship of the two main characters, but also their business deals and the underhand tactics of Tally Barnes. Tally is a woman scorned - not out of love, although it's clear she fancies Ellis, but because Dee was given a job that Tally thinks should have been hers.
Anyone who likes a hot, sexy romance with plenty of action and intrigue should certainly pick this book up and give it a go.
I'm giving this four stars because it was a great story and well-written, but it wasn't one that I had to read in one go. I was able to put it down and walk away for several days. However, I will most definitely be starting on the second book, Identity Crisis, tonight.
The make lead, great character, but I read the book being confused about how old he was. He was best friends with his previous exec for 15 years, she was retiring age, so that made his 45? Then 70% through the book, it was revealed that she was his university profressor. Exactly HOW old is the make lead? At least put it into context me please? someone. anyone?
Finally, one final irk. For a contemporary romance, why half way through the book does the author use clumsy traditional nonsensical words like... "sheath"? and dressing for a party in kitten heels was sexy? Really? Thats the equivalent of wearing flip flops, surely? Come on, get with the times. a sheath and kitten heels does not make for a sexy outfit to a party. And what is this wierd obsession that most romance authors have with women being in sheaths? what the heck is a "sheath"? surely, dress is a better description? WOULD ALL ROMANCE AUTHORS STOP USING THE WORD SHEATH!!!!
apart from my minor confusions, i did like this book. The two leads were strong and the plot interesting with plenty of twists.
I wasn't disappointed. Dee and Ellis were strong likeable characters and the setting and plot were well thought out and flowed nicely. It lost one star for me because I didn't get enough descriptive emotions from the two main leads, I'd have liked to have found out more of how they felt about each other, what they saw in each other. Possibly not as erotic as my usual type of book and a bit too much time spent in meetings rather than on feelings and actions, but a very enjoyable read. I will definitely try the second book in the trilogy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this book. First one I read by Grace Marshall - led me onto her alter ego KD Grace.
Dee and Ellis make a compelling couple and even the secondary characters are... Read more
Absolute rubbish- couldn't get past the first chapter, seemed to be trying to be like 50 Shades of Grey but just awful.Published 20 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book was a nice read. As good to see a strong female lead character, although she did disappoint me slightly at the end!Published 21 months ago by Tracy Wilson
I really enjoyed this book and all of the characters too! Was sad after reading the tragic events about Beverley but the rest more than made up for it!! Read morePublished 21 months ago by chez
I enjoyed your book from beginning to end easy to read a
with likeable characters. couldn't put the book down!
This was a great read, I really enjoyed it, it was a little rushed at the end, however I'm looking forward to reading about more of the characters in this series, I liked Dee, she... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon customer