Author: Tawny Taylor Genre: Contemporary/Erotica Romance Publication Date: May 27, 2014
I was his.
Any time he wanted.
Abby is ready to agree to anything to stop her brother from going to prison, but Kameron Maldondo, the owner of MalTech Corporation, is asking for the unexpected. Enthralled by his commanding brilliance, she agrees to be his assistant, at his beck and call for whatever he needs–whenever and however he wants. What that means is for him to decide and for her to submit to. Frightened yet fascinated by what he promises, Abby becomes a willing captive to hiscaress, undone by his peerless touch, a quivering submission to an aching need for complete carnal surrender. . .
Abigail is a sweet self sacrificing individual. She’s devoted her life to protecting her brother, trying to keep him out of trouble and bailing him out when he doesn’t listen. Because of his most recent bout with trouble at work, Abigail is faced with a proposition to be personal assistant to Kameron Maldonado, the CEO and owner of MalTech Corporation. To avoid having charges against her brother she accepts the job and hopes that she can remain detached from the desire she instantly feels for Kameron.
Kameron saw Abigail and knew he had to come up with a way to have her near. Her brother’s trouble gave him the perfect opportunity to feed his desires. Neither of them had an idea how this arrangement would affect them but they will never be the same.
I loved the chemistry between Kam and Abby. Their desire for each was instant and their connection undeniable. I could tell Kam tried hard to maintain this rough exterior facade but could see he was immediately open to Abby. Their intimate moments were very HOT and STEAMY from the start. The only BDSM aspect of this story is that Kam wants to maintain constant control as Dominant and wants Abby to be his sub. The suspenseful plot in this story was captivating. I couldn’t put my eReader down as I was so involved in the story. There were plot twists to keep you going it was difficult to guess the “who done it” factor; which was a PLUS for me. I can usually tell you who the guilty party is from the beginning.