Big Shot - Carly Phillips & Erika Wilde

Big Shot

By Carly Phillips & Erika Wilde

  • Release Date: 2017-01-17
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 750 Ratings


Wes Sinclair is a notorious heart-breaker, a hot as sin bad boy with a panty-dropping smile no woman can resist. Except for his best friend's little sister and his business adversary, Natalie Prescott, who seems immune to his flirtatious charms. While she's become a permanent fixture in his dirtiest, most scandalous fantasies, she wants nothing to do with him, or his seductive promises. Challenge accepted. His goal? To bring her to her knees, make her beg, and show her just how good being bad can be.


  • Big shot

    By Plj321
    So boring.
  • Big Shot

    By Crazy not lazy
    The book was had its moments. Good characters. I give the book 3 1/2 stars.
  • No

    By Great super duper book!!!
  • Excellent

    By DLarva
    I could not put it down. I wish this had a sequel or was a trilogy!
  • Big Shot

    By G000girl
    This is a brothers best friend and someone stealing business from Premier Realtors. Wes suggests a contest to pump up his sagging ego. And little sister does her best to win.
  • Always a good read

    By Mama's a "MADD"reader
    This book is not only hot, but it definitely will add heat to you day or night. Enjoy,I did,I really DID!
  • Hot Frenemies to Lovers

    By lmpanthermom
    Wes and Natalie were great adversaries to lovers. Wes’s alpha male tendencies were hot. Natalie was a strong heroine. She challenged Wes at every turn, and that excited him like never before. Great characters. Great story.
  • Excellent authors! Sexy, hot & well written story!!

    By Adannao
    From the beginning to the end I couldn't put this book down. Loved the chemistry & steamy scenes between Natalie & Wes, their desire & need for commitment to each other You are both excellent authors, pease keep writing wonderful stories.
  • Big shot

    By Sal5556
    Great story! Hot sex scenes
  • Sweet love story

    By lovely music
    It was great how their love story unfolded. It was ever better because the female lead was strong and fierce. She made decisions and stuck by them. It was a battle of wills. . . . Yet both characters succeeded. Worth reading this book and enjoying the HEA.