(78,000 words, Erotic Contemporary Romance, M/F, HEA, Ages 18+ due to sexual situations and mature content)
Milan's notorious playboy, Massimo Tittoni, seems to have everything--Lamborghinis, exotic women, palaces throughout Europe and business success. Ramping up his fabric company to go global with a new apparel brand, he ruthlessly stops supplying fabrics to the American client who inspired the collection. But once they meet, what's he willing to give to get her in his bed?
Upper East Side designer Lex Easton will be damned if she'll let an Italian stud muffin knock her down. So what if she named her favorite vibrator after him. With Fashion Week approaching, she'll do whatever it takes to secure the fabrics she needs to become the next Diane von Furstenburg-- even sleep with her rival. Lex's Louboutins stilettos are dug in deep to win this war.
Avery Aster's super-glossy debut novel is loaded with passionate escapism, pitting American ambition against Italian tradition. Erotic romance fans who appreciate extended sex scenes, witty banter and glamour mustn't miss Undressed.
Inside Scoop: Though the hero and heroine remain monogamous, their Prada-wearing friends indulge in a ménage a trois and other fashionable sexual fun and games.
The Manhattanites is a series of full length novels focusing on relationships. Each book may be read as a stand alone. If you've enjoyed TV shows like Girls (HBO), Dirty Sexy Money (ABC), and The Bold & the Beautiful (CBS) then you'll love this series. Avery's characters are over the top. They have raunchy sex, speak their minds and the plots are twisted. (In a good way!) Manhattanites celebrate lust, ambition, and true devotion.
25 New Yorker Insights Revealed After Reading Undressed by Avery Aster
§ Your vajayjay can take a guy’s cock 'n' balls…at the same time.
§ Always name your butt plug after Anderson Cooper.
§ Pre-ejaculation while jetting a plane over Italy causes turbulence.
§ Never let a dog sleep in your bed, especially three dogs. It’ll ruin your sex life.
§ If he’s as hung as an Evian bottle, it’s best to look away.
§ Always retain the legal services of female lawyers, particularly ones named; Sarah Goldbaum and Hannah Goldstein.
§ Never allow your mother to spend your line of credit on a psychic from the Caribbean.
§ Sexual frustration leads to good business practices, enough to earn three hundred million dollars.
§ If Bergdorf’s, Barney’s and Saks Fifth Avenue reject your upcoming fashion collections try selling it to JCPenny’s or Kmart.
§ Use your American Express reward points wisely. You never know when you'll need to jet.
§ Bellini cocktail consumption will induce foot fetishes.
§ Swedish Fish, Now & Later, and Gummy Bears from Dylan’s Candy Bar are perfect for your fuck-it bucket.
§ Everyone should be so lucky to have a best friend like Taddy Brill.
§ Never drive a Ford Thunderbird off a cliff thinking you’re Thelma & Louise.
§ Stay away from any woman named Scilla or Ottavia.
§ Wearing Tory Burch ballet flats while racing a sports car may cause ones clitoris to hum.
§ Think twice before sitting Lady Gaga and Madonna next to one another at your fashion show.
§ Prada and a condom, when worn together, are known to make bisexual men go bonkbuster cra-cra.
§ Altering a vintage Valentino dress, formerly worn by socialite Nati Abascal, may land you on the red carpet.
§ We should all get "f'd" in Fendi.
§ When in love, you can have as many orgasms as you like…in one day!
§ Slow dancing to Giuseppe Verdi enhances one’s emotional state.
§ Don't argue with your lover in public, above all—never in front of Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, or Karl Lagerfeld.
§ Playing Simon Says, in bed, may lead one to reveal their true feelings. So will strip dancing in front of him to the song Girls, Girls, Girls by Mötley Crüe.
§ And finally, he must always say, “I love you,” first.
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