Her name was Mia. Rich girl, law school drop-out, smart, crazy sexy, and in over her head with me from the moment I rescued her on the side of a South Florida road.
She's going to require some delicate handling on my part. Maybe that's what challenges me about her. Her innocence.
She'll play my games. They all do. I train them, and they love what I give back. I need them, too, but only the sex; it keeps the nightmares away. I'm addicted to the game, to the action, to the control.
I'm good at what I do. I own a piece of Command Performance, one of South Beach's hottest sex clubs.
But no one owns a piece of me. Not the army. Not anymore.
Not even Mia. Not yet.
Jenna Elliot has been writing since she was a baby gator at the University of Florida. What started as sweet romances soon turned into steamy new adult novels. When she's not writing - or researching (wink!) - Jenna enjoys spending time with her adopted Basset Hound and cat, Sherlock and Watson, cooking new recipes from Pinterest, and binge watching Netflix. Her life goals include being a contestant on a game show, writing a book (check!), and conquering her resting bitch face. Jenna is a lover, not a fighter.
©2015 Jenna Elliot (P)2015 ImaJinn Books
Wow the banter and writing is amazing. The end was a surprise and happily so. Wow just wow
None really it was original. I loved that I had so many emotions that the story brought into it
This was a new author to me so I wasn't sure what to expect. When I was listening to the book, I went through a range of emotions surprisingly at one point I was thinking Ethan was a real jerk and Mia needed to say that not let him have his way. By the end of the book I loved that Ethan wasn't one of those dumb male characters that convinces himself submitting to real feelings is a bad thing. I loved the ending by the way and the fact that Mia wasn't a weak female character. She was intelligent and realistic.
He has the perfect narrative voice for the book and does the acting well. He was one of the best narrators I have heard yet.
I did and I was glad I did. It was
This is a go to book that I will listen to over and over again because I loved it that much. Now I am on to the story of Ace.
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