Careful What You Click For by Mary B.
c.2020 Kensington Dafina
$26.00 / $35.00 Canada 304 pages
By Terri SchlichenmeyerThe Truth
Left, left, right, left
You’d never date that
one. Or that one. Yes to him, no, no, yes, and WOW yes.
Meeting folks on a phone isn’t something Great-Grandma ever
did, and in the new novel
Careful What You
Click For by Mary B. Morrison,
never dated like this, either.
Not many people could
afford to retain the services of Jordan Jackson.
The lovely Ms. Jackson
was a lawyer who commanded big money to
get her clients
out of trouble, but power and influence didn’t love her. She
hadn’t had a man in her bed in many months. It was time to
do something about that.
Jordan knew Victoria,
Chancellor, and Kingston from Hope for All Church; they were
the usher team. Victoria, 60-something but looking far
younger, was the mistress of a much older man. Chancellor
was in love with a woman who only paid her bills with sugar
daddies. Kingston was a rich and famous former athlete who
was cheating on his wife, and
Jordan was tired
of all their complaints. She challenged them to go online to
find the love they claimed they really wanted.
pleasure from a younger man was an excellent idea; her
long-time lover, Willy Copeland, didn’t even know what he
adored Willy, but her body needed what he couldn’t give
Though he hated Tracy, Chancellor hated
seeing her flirt with other men more. Didn’t he give her
thousands of dollars in their first weeks together,
supposedly for a funeral for her mother? Yeah, and Mom was
alive and well.
Chancellor couldn’t decide if he wanted to kill Tracy or
love her. Maybe a new woman was a good idea.
As for Kingston, he lied to his friends. He
told them he wasn’t married to his baby-mama, Monet (he
was). He said he might be interested in dating a woman from
the ATL (he wasn’t).
No, what he really wanted was an ATL man.
Picture this: if you were to take your
average decently-plotted thriller-mystery, plus one
romp-com, and smush them into a hard-core porn film until
they mixed well, Careful What You Click For is pretty much
what you’d get.
Author Mary B. Morrison starts out with more
mating than murder, and it’s laid on so thick that there’s
your romp, complete with humor, drama, and characters that
are rich, gorgeous, and never time-constrained. Beware that
these parts of this book are explicit.
Say it again: explicit.
But just before a reader gets tired of so
many bedrooms, Morrison sneaks in the thriller parts. Things
take big turns for the worst. Folks get comeuppances.
There’s a hidden real-life warning here that is
put-on-a-sweater chilling. And, of course, there’s more
spice and more sex with – believe it or not – a heroine
inside this story.
Start this book and be willing to laugh with
it. Be willing to go along with its outrageousness. Beware:
explicit. Race to the end, and you might find Careful What
You Click For to be just right
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