Wednesday, June 19, 2013


The Arrangement  1-7 by H.M. Ward

 The Arrangement (The Arrangement, #1)     The Arrangement 2 (The Arrangement, #2)    The Arrangement 3 (The Arrangement, #3)

  The Arrangement 4 (The Arrangement, #4)   The Arrangement 5 (The Arrangement, #5)    The Arrangement 6 (The Arrangement, #6)     

                                   The Arrangement 7 (The Arrangement #7)

From book one:

FML is becoming Avery's motto. Just when she doesn't think things could get any worse, they do. When her car stalls out at a busy intersection and she gets out to check under the hood, a guy steals her car. Armed with a dress and a pair of Chucks, Avery runs after the thief. When a hot stranger offers to help, she can't say no. That's how Avery meets Sean Ferro, the totally sexy, totally damaged guy with more secrets than she has time for.

Avery doesn't have time for anything anymore. Her is life falling apart and it's not just the car. It's everything, and it doesn't matter how tightly she tries to hold on, there's nothing left to hold on to. With the sudden death of her parents, it's only a matter of months until Avery's shot at college is gone, and she's living in a cardboard box. Other students have their families to rely on when things get bad. Avery has no one.

But there's one option, one incredibly sexy, morally devoid, option. If Avery takes a job as a call girl, one guy could save her. One client. One time. She just has to say yes.

Rate & take


Heat Index  3  ☼☼☼

I am rating all of these novella length books together since I read them all over a 24 hour period. It was like eating a favorite candy - impossible to have just one. At the end of book seven we were introduced to a character from this book - and I should not have been surprised as the books share the same author. I will happily continue with this series as more books are released because I just can't let this story roll around in my head unfinished. If I had one complaint it's not about the story but about the cost...each download was the cost of a full length book, but I felt my enjoyment outweighed the expense in this case.

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