Sexsomnia: Sleepless in Manhattan
by Anya Omah
Jayden King is successful, charismatic, attractive—and bored to death. Especially of women, who fall at his feet by the dozens… eventually leaving him so indifferent to sex that he decides to say goodbye to the singles scene and focus all his energy on expanding his hotel empire. He’ll need a good assistant to help him, and Abigail Davis, fresh out of grad school, seems like the perfect fit for one of Manhattan’s most sought-after jobs. Until she suddenly withdraws her application.
When Jayden hears why, he can hardly believe his ears. No woman’s ever dared tell the millionaire bachelor what she really thinks of him… and Abigail isn’t one to mince words. Jayden’s not about to take no for an answer, and changing her mind is a challenge he can’t pass up.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I first started reading this one. First of all, I had no idea what sexsomnia even was soooo it sounded very much like this book was erotica. But it's not! In fact, I really enjoyed reading about Jayden and Abigail. Their relationship is just full of issues stemming from their pasts. Abigail is absolutely unpredictable and seems very stubborn until you learn about her problems. Then you can understand more about why she acts as she does. Jayden is somewhat the same in that respect, but he's still bordering on too much alpha male for me personally. The lengths he goes through to obtain her as his assistant and much more, are a bit insane at times. But this "obsession" he has with her turns into something much more. Something that changes them both. That was what really clenched it for me. It made me like the book even more!
4 out of 5 stars!