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Monday, July 1, 2019

The Russian's Pleasure Proposition by Joanne Walsh


The Russian's Pleasure Proposition

Expected publication: July 15th 2019



Goodreads synopsis:
Hannah’s excited to be working for Frankie Kontarinis’s property company in the Greek island resort of Agia Kalamaros. And determined to impress her first client. Even if he’s millionaire music mogul, Sergei Alkaev, who’s well known as the Russian Rake, is a heartless playboy who changes girlfriends as often as his socks.

Tired of dating greedy, fickle women, Sergei’s not looking for another relationship—until Hannah has him thinking again. But her opinion of him is that he’s heartless, so how can he change her mind and persuade her to be his lover? When Hannah lets slip she’s inexperienced, Sergei makes her a proposition: let him teach her about love-making until she’s ready to find a man who will give her the happy-ever-after she deserves…


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4.5 Stars

After reading two books that were not for me, I picked up this book to get my taste of feel good romance. And it didn’t disappoint.

Sergei is called the Russian Rake, a ladies man to the max. But he wants to mend his lover boy ways and moves to Agia Kalamaros to find a new direction in his love life. Something with more meaning.

Hannah has a problem. She has a medical problem with having sex and her previous lover pretty much scared her emotionally when she couldn’t perform. He was more about satisfying himself than her.

Hannah has a pretty explosive reaction to the Russian Rake when they meet at his brother’s wedding. But he is a notorious lover boy. Definitely not for her.

But soon she realizes that to get over her “problem” she may need a ladies man to make her feel all woman.

I liked this book. There was a lot of will they/won’t they? There were a lot of emotions and pushing feelings to the side. It was all super sweet, lovable and awesome. Loved it! Just what I needed to get out of my bad book reading slump.


I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) in return for an honest review. I thank NetGalley, the publisher and the author for allowing me to read this title.

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