Wyatt is unemployed and available, meaning that with the recent economic downfall, he found his job cut like many others. His current job, after his business degree that truth be told didn’t teach him nothing of useful. Instead his previous career, the one he did to pay his study, taught him a lot: Wyatt was a porn star. Now it was actually easy for Wyatt since he would have sex anyway, he plenty enjoys to have sex whenever and with whoever he fancies at the moment. So when Wyatt lands this new job as special personal assistant of William Bowen, he doesn’t question much why his only apparent job is to be nice to William’s business associates; and if most often than not he ends having sex with them, for which he receives nice money gifts, again, Wyatt’s naiveté makes him things it’s only a fringe benefits of his role.
We follow Wyatt’s adventures with a smile on the face since he is so innocent and yet so scandalous that you can only smile to his antics. One time Wyatt’s conscience makes him try to leave the job, he still hasn’t understood what is actually happening, but he does wonder something strange is going on, but when William doubles the offer of tailor made suits, plus a company card and a no limit credit card, what a boy has to do, if not say thank you and fly to Lady GaGa’s concert in a private jet?
Even if I lost count on how many men Wyatt did sleep during the novel, sex is not actually the main reason for this novel; it’s more a funny tale than an erotic romance, and even if sex happens, it’s not detailed to the reader. And even if Wyatt has a love interest in the story, this novel is pretty much focused on only Wyatt, he is the one and only, and even if he is dumb, you will see that, in the end, he is the smartest of everyone since he will manage to land exactly what he was searching from the beginning, a wealthy husband that will allow him to be the queen of the house, and like Queen Elizabeth (I and II) teaches, with all the power in his hands.
Amazon: Tailor Made
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Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Beau to Beau Books (April 17, 2012)
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