Book Review: What a Girl Needs (Indecent Proposals, #2) by Aimee Duffy
As with the first of Aimee Duffy’s Indecent Proposals (What’s a Girl To Do?), I devoured most of the author’s second offering – What a Girl Needs – in one go. I loved the opening, which hooked me in straight away. Our heroine, Georgia, has an embarrassing secret which warms you to her immediately, regardless of whether you’ve ever shared her plight. But although she has her fair share of problems, she also has a sharp tongue – her trademark defence mechanism. So when her hot new boss Max discovers her secret and hits her with a shocking proposal, he’s not prepared for the tongue lashing she gives him – in more ways than one. Both characters are in denial, and believe they can both have some no-strings fun, which quickly spirals out of control. It’s a novella, so this fast-moving romance is short, but Ms. Duffy still manages to deliver real-life characters with depth, plenty of conflict and a wonderful dollop of HEAT – it is, after all, indecent.
I can’t wait to read Eloisa’s story – the last in the trilogy of these Indecent Proposals. Thank you once again Ms. Duffy!