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Title: Gold Dust Woman (The Club Book 8)


Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥

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Page Length:163


They both joined The Club and made an arrangement. He got money to promote his struggling business and she got access to his body, whenever and however she wanted it…

GOLD DUST WOMAN is a new full-length, stand-alone novel in THE CLUB series.

When world renowned artist Felicity D accepts a guest lectureship at a prestigious art school in Chicago she hopes it will be an opportunity to resume a relationship with Jae Rothko, the only man she’s ever truly loved.

Felicity quickly discovers that Jae is madly in love with someone else, but he suggests that Felicity become a member of The Club, an exclusive dating service for the wealthy and famous.

The Club turns out to be a little more than Felicity bargained for. In exchange for a hefty membership fee she’s assigned a ruggedly handsome male companion, Cole Tuala, and she can have access to his body whenever and however she pleases.

But what happens when Felicity begins to have feelings for the man she’s paying to pleasure her?

Each novel in Ren Monterrey’s The Club series can be read as a stand-alone or as part of the series. The Club series includes:

Black Dog Nights (three-part serial novel)
Sapphire Beautiful (stand-alone full-length novel)
Mad Dog Days (three-part serial novel)
Gold Dust Woman (stand-alone full-length novel)
Yellow Dog Blues (two-part serial novel)
Grey Cloudy Lies (stand-alone full-length novel)



the author has written a wonderful story line of what happens when you feel disappointed in your life and then find an outlet that is more than you bargain for. The characters were written very well and developed that you were able to feel what Felicity was going through with the follow out of her old love Jae moving on. When she joins a club a meets Cole, Felicity starts to see things in a different light. Problem will arise with this arrangement will they be worth continue or stopping? This story will keep intrigue and recommend this book.
How would you describe the plot of this book? some twist

Which of these words best describes the mood? suspenful

How would you describe the pace? steady

How would you describe the characters? developed

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review *







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