Thoroughly Whipped by Tillie Cole
on June 7, 2020
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Humor, Erotica
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I, Faith Parisi, love my life. I have the best job—resident sex-advice diva for Visage magazine—I have the best friends, and I live in the best city in the world. Things are pretty damn fabulous. That is, until Henry “Harry” Sinclair III comes crashing back into my world like a bad case of herpes.
I hate the way Harry’s lip curls in contempt whenever he sees me. I hate his bright blue eyes and those inexplicably offensive dimples. I hate his stuffy English accent and the stick that’s permanently jammed up his aristocratic ass. More than anything, I hate that he’s now my boss.
But my professional prospects start to look up when a chance at writing Visage’s big summer feature falls into my lap. Success won’t be easy. I’ll need to let go of all my inhibitions—not that I have that many of those—and jump, stiletto heels first, into a hedonistic new world. An exclusive, secretive world, filled with leather, latex, and Manhattan’s elite.
Pulling this off will take every ounce of daring I have, and every ounce of focus. I can’t afford to get distracted by anything, least of all my new boss, his arrogant mouth, or the way the ice between us seems to be slowly melting away.
“Harry, usually when balls fly at my face, I have my eyes and mouth wide open.”
I’ve been reading Tillie’s books forever it seems. She has usually had this “voice” that you could recognize through out her stories. This one though, it is something completely different. It’s fresh, out of her normally, and I’m so in love with it. She nailed so much in this book for me, I can’t even here.
There was a few times that it seemed she skimmed over some things, some parts should have been played out more than what they were, but over all this book is phenomenal.
The humor she displayed here was something I never expected from Tillie. Faith is so much like me I was laughing the whole time. Not the clumsy part, even though I do have those days, but her blunt, honest, no nonsense attitude. Even her humor was all me. I loved everything about Faith. Now Harry, man was he something else. These two had so much chemistry together that you could feel it leap off the pages. SOOO GOOOD!
I would love to see more like this one from Tillie, she out did herself here. I’ve had a book funk for months but this one, I devoured this book yesterday. I can’t thank her enough for giving that to me. I’ve missed reading like that so much. <3
“You brought me back to life.”