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Publisher's Summary

This is the first audiobook in the Billionaire's Ultimatum series.

When Jessika Fevrier gets a well-paying temp job cleaning one man's office, she's elated.

Little does she know, it's the office of young, eccentric, and reclusive billionaire Asher Landseer. When he returns early from a meeting and catches her shirking her responsibilities by browsing through his personal bookcase, she panics.

The next thing she knows, she's destroyed one of his favorite books, and there's no time for explanations. What does he mean when he says she deserves punishment, and why is he pulling her into his private conference room?

No one's ever treated her this way, but....

There's something about Asher, something different and strange, that Jessika desperately wants to figure out. Is her idea that he has a rough, possibly loveless, marriage all in her head? Can she hope to understand him without scaring him away? Does she even have a chance, or will this all end in heartbreak?

There's so much more to this than Jessika could possibly know....

NOTE: This scintillating contemporary erotic romance contains themes of domination and submission.

©2012 Cerys du Lys (P)2013 Cerys du Lys

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What was most disappointing about Cerys du Lys’s story?

The most disappointing about this book was the narrator, she sounded like a 12 year old. The story was unbelievable. I thought that the silly girl was dreaming.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Total disappointment.

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