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Womanizer Paperback – 14 Nov 2016
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Olivia Roth got a job as an intern at Carma Inc via her brother, Tahoe, who is best friends with the CEO, Callan Carmichael – wealthy hardworker and notorious womanizer. He’s the last man standing and has no plans to change his single, unmarried, uncommitted status. Everyone has warned her not to get involved with him. Considering that she’s never met him, she’s happy to listen to the unsolicited advice. She’s ambitious and driven and has a career and life plan, and relationships aren’t factored into it.
“He wants me, I know that now, and as I smile at him and swirl my hips and move to the music, all I want him to see is the woman he wants tonight.”
In a new city with no new friends of her own, when Livvy meets Hot Smoker Guy up on the roof terrace of the office building, she’s immediately attracted to him and finds him easy to talk to. After a few meetings, she throws caution to the wind to experience a passionate night with a man whose name she doesn’t know.
She thinks he might be the mailroom guy. He likes that she doesn’t know who he is – that she treats him like a regular guy.
When they realise who the other person actually is, Livvy is horrified and tries to get their relationship back onto a professional track. But Hot Smoker Guy is not easily deterred and when he wants something, he usually goes for it.
“For a man who has everything, you’d never expect him to be this hungry for one girl. Much less for me.”
The main thing I liked about this novel was that even though Callan is a dedicated womanizer and committed to his singledom, the point isn’t laboured. I adored how he pursued her and only having Livvy’s POV, it was left to the reader to guess what was really going on in his head through his actions and his words. His desire for her is fierce and all-consuming – and pretty alien to him. Livvy is sweet, smart, direct, and knows what she's wants in life. She keeps trying to fight him off but their connection and insane attraction is too strong. Callan is unbelievably sexy!! I like that he pushes her to set aside her fears and live in the now with him.
This book was unabashedly sexy, and highly charged with chemistry and sexual tension. It was addictive reading!
Olivia Roth met “hot smoking guy” on the first day of her summer internship. Little did she know that this was her brothers best friend and CEO of the company, the infamous womaniser, Callan Carmichael. By the time she realises who he is, they are waking up in bed together with her brothers name flashing up on his phone.
Callan is totally captivated by the spirited, focused young woman he met on the terrace. A playboy and well known for being as ruthless in bed as he is in business, nobody has turned his head quite like Livvy. Boy was this man sexy. Everything about him oozed sex appeal but he was surprising sweet with it and at times I caught myself sighing, smiling at the things he both said and did.
Livvy planned to spend her three months in Chicago learning all she could to help her on the path towards her business dreams.She has it all planned out in her head, when she will own her own business even down to when she wants to marry and have kids but she hadn’t planned for Callan and how he would make her feel.
Callan and Livvy have this amazing chemistry. It sizzles off the pages, between the sheets and everywhere that these two are together. He’s her brothers best friend, they know they shouldn't be together but they just cant stay away from each other.
Yet again, Katy Evans has created and i have devoured another fantastic book. Prepare yourself to fall in love with Callan Carmichael
Callan is depicted as as far from a 'player' as one can be I'm afraid. He is not involved in one scene with another woman. He makes no suggestion of other women, in any capacity. And only once or twice do I recall him saying he doesn't want to settle down/commit, but that was even only really mentioned in passing. It was all about whatever Livvy would give him really. When she said she couldn't do casual with someone like him without getting hurt, he pretty much instantly begs her to be with him and offers monogamy (something he has never done before)
Callan seems as though he has a history that puts him in this no commitment/do as many women as possible thing he has going on, but it is never explored. I feel as if that was a major plot point that either, I missed from not having read the other books, or, is just not there? Why does he sleep with hundreds of women and never settle down? It's hinted at, but then it's gone.
I really like Callan though. He was a really sweet lovable protective and hardworking guy. Nothing like the blurb and name suggest. He falls hard and fast for Livvy, and it was very sweet to read, even if it was all from Livvys pov.
I had one issue that bugged me throughout.....the condom thing. Livvys friend gives her a gift basket of condoms as a moving in present....point made about being safe. But then, it's hit and miss all the way through with condoms after that. I think out of the 15 (?) Times they had sex, the condom was only put on maybe twice...? It makes no sense. There was the basket of them, then no mention, then all of a sudden in one sex scene much later on, there's one being put on....it's almost like the author forgot about them, remembered 3 quarters of the way through and just chucked it in there. It was like I was waiting on a surprise pregnancy, or a freak out after realising, like I did, that they hadn't used one...? For some reason, it was nagging at me.
Otherwise, bad titles and dodgy condoms aside, it was a nice easy read that kept the pages turning all afternoon. I read it in one.
Yeah, I'd recommend, just expect the opposite of the cover and blurb and you're good.