Taking the Score (Tall, Dark, and Texan, #2) by Kate Meader
Series: Tall Dark and Texan
Published by Entangled Publishing on January 1st 1970
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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A sexy category romance from Entangled's Brazen imprint...
His office temptation is now his full-blown fantasy…
Paying down her sister’s debts has left Emma Strickland with little more than the thrift store suit on her back. And as if the suckfest couldn’t get worse, she’s forced to moonlight as a waitress to support herself and her cat. At a strip club. Her uptight, sexy-as-hell boss Brody Kane can never find out.
Texas property tycoon Brody Kane hired Emma for her spreadsheet skills, but her prim and proper demeanor sealed the deal. There’s no room in his life for a sexy distraction … and yet, he can’t stop lusting after the delicious Ms. Strickland. And then he takes an important client to a Chicago strip club and gets the worst lap dance in adult entertainment history. From Emma.
Now that he knows his office good girl has a naughty streak, Brody makes it his mission to uncover her secrets, one steamy, illicit, over-the-desk encounter at a time. But Emma is hiding more than her side job, and her final secret could end up destroying them both.
Kate is an amazing writer and she just continues to prove it. Taking The Score is a fun and sexy quick read. She put a different sort of spin on this story line and I think it really worked. The chemistry is great between Brody and Emma. The friendship aspect was a nice surprise. Both of these characters were like able and I think that is what made this even more enjoyable for me.
This one and Even The Score are both standalone books. Kate has a great series here. I’m not surprised though. I love her Hot In Chicago series. Playing With Fire is where I discovered Kate and I’ve liked everything I’ve read of hers since.