Three passionate novellas from The Secret Library range that offer essential, sensual reading.
The Thousand and One Nights, by Kitti Bernetti: When Breeze Monaghan gets caught red-handed by her millionaire boss she knows she’s in trouble. Big time. Because Breeze needs to keep her job more than anything else in the world. Sebastian Dark is used to getting exactly what he wants and now the he has a hold over Breeze, he makes her an offer she can’t refuse. Like Scheherazade in The 1001 Nights, Seb demands that Breeze entertain him to save her skin. Can she employ all her ingenuity and sensuality in order to satisfy him and stop her world crashing about her? Or, like the ruthless businessman he is, will Seb go back on the deal?
Out of Focus by Primula Bond: Eloise Stokes' first professional photography assignment seems to be a straightforward family portrait. But the rich, colourful Epsom family - father Cedric, step-mother Mimi, twin sons Rick and Jake, and sister Honey - are intrigued by her understated talent and she is soon sucked into their wild world. As the initial portrait sitting becomes an extended photo diary of the family over an intense, hot weekend, Eloise gradually blossoms until she is equally happy in front of the lens.
The Highest Bidder by Sommer Marsden: Recent widow Casey Briggs is all about her upcoming charity bachelor auction. She doesn’t have time for dating. Her heart isn’t strong enough yet. But when one of their bachelors is arrested and she finds herself a hunky guy short, she employs her best friend, Annie, to find her a new guy pronto. Enter Nick Murphy handsome, kind, and not very hard to look at, thank you very much. And he quickly makes her feel things she hasn’t felt in a while. A very long while. Casey's not sure if she’s ready for it the whole moving on thing. But as she prepares to auction Nick off, she’s discovering that her first hunch was correct - he's damn near priceless.
©2012 Kitti Bernetti, Primula Bond, Sommer Marsden (P)2013 Audible Ltd
This is light porn with no plot. Very boring to me. Don't bother if you want a real book.
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