Beautiful Bitch Review

Beautiful Bitch
By Christina Lauren
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Australia
A Combative Relationship.
A red-hot attraction.
And no time to be alone together.

Just when Chloe’s career starts to take off, Bennett wishes it would all slow down long enough to spend a wild night alone with his inter-cum-girlfriend. Preferably one in which he can show her he’s still the boss.

After her continued refusals to take time off with him, Bennett can finally no longer take no for an answer. And so the couple find themselves with two plane tickets, one French Villa, and a surprising conversation that, predictably, leaves them wrestling under the covers.

My review
Beautiful Bitch takes place between Beautiful Bastard and Beautiful Stranger. Chloe and Bennett are more in love than ever but are struggling to find time to spend alone together besides in the bedroom at night after a long, hard day at work. Since completing her degree, Chloe now has her own office and work team, so is no longer working for Bennett, but it’s on the other side of the building. Finally Bennett decides to take matters in to his own hands when he decides he wants more one on one time with Chloe and books two tickets to Paris and rings his old college buddy, Max and asks to go to his Villa there.

I loved Beautiful Bitch, which is once again told by Chloe and Bennett. The fact that it was only a short story (only a short 132 pages) meant that it was the perfect little book to read before starting Beautiful Stranger. It certainly ties in well between the two so that we know what is happening.

I really love the chemistry between Bennett and Chloe. I think everyone secretly thinks that they would love to have some of the steamy hook ups that they seem to work into their everyday life without being caught. But besides that the love that they have for each other is so strong that it doesn’t seem like much will break it now.

People who loved Fifty Shades of Grey and love hot, steamy sex scenes will love the Beautiful Bitch series as well as the Beautiful Bastard series.