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  1. I thought long and hard before posting this rather extensive review, mainly because the genre of book isn't universally well liked on the site, and I personally have contributed to less than favourable reviews on similar books in this genre. But something about these attracted me. I was practically forced to read FSOG and the first three Crossfire books by a well meaning friend who thought I would really like them and generally speaking I didn’t so right back when these first appeared I didn’t bother with them, initially dismissing them as just more cringeworthy drivel and not worth bothering
  2. Here we go again. Another erotic romance trilogy about a gorgeous too hot for his own good billionaire businessman and the girl he sets his sights on. I picked these up of my own free will partly because I was curious to see how many variations of rip off could be achieved but partly because they had attracted some decent reviews with favourable comments. This time the story is set in Los Angeles and the surrounding area and the obscenely rich entrepreneur is Damien Stark, a former top of his game tennis star and now wealthy business man. Damien is handsome, magnificent you know the usual
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