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FOK (noun) /fok/: abbreviation for fill-or-kill, a term used in securities trading. To fulfill an order completely and immediately, or to not do it at all.

For Lance Braxton, it's more than a trading term, it's his motto. Do it. Do it now and do it completely or don't do it at all. Some might see it as reckless or foolhardy, but Lance doesn't care. It's worked for him so far. Why change a good thing?

As a favor for his sick grandmother, Lance sits in on auditions for the Juilliard scholarship named after his late mother. He expects to be bored out of his mind. He expects it to be a waste of a Saturday he could spend working. What he does not expect is Celeste Walsh.

She has the body of a super model, the looks of a storybook princess, and plays the violin with the passion of a zealous lover. The moment he sees her, he has to have her. Wants to control her. Needs to master her.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Tara Sue Me (P)2019 Tantor

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Disappointed.

I did not enjoy this audiobook. I almost stopped listening many times, continuing only because I have enjoyed many Tara Sue Me novels in the past. But I remained disappointed. The writing felt rushed, or as if someone elso wrote FOK. There was a lot of TELL not SHOW, and the build-up to this couple becoming intimate was just not there for me. The hero sounded very entitled and immature and I could not like him. When he called the heroine “Little Girl” in their erotic banter it sounded wrong as acted out by this narrator (I feel awful saying so but it’s true). I feel she was the wrong narrating choice. My advice: listen to the audio sample and decide for yourself. Also, if you pop over to Amazon, the Kindle sample is longer than the Audible sample and you can get a better taste for the writing (I failed to do that). You get a good idea of the hero's character in the sample, and if you like him there, you may love the book. Also, the male models on the present covers of both the Audible version and the Kindle (they are different covers), are not indicative of the hero's age, just saying. This is a significant "age gap" novel, which I don't usually mind, but I like to know in advance. Usually the cover gives the first clue. For compelling Tara Sue Me novels in the BDSM genre, I suggest the Audible versions of THE EXPOSURE, SEDUCED BY FIRE, THE FLIRTATION, THE SUBMISSIVE (book 1); and on Kindle I suggest THE MASTER (which in my opinion is better on Kindle rather than Audible). I am still working on reading more of Ms. Sue Me’s past novels because there is really good talent in this author. I just didn't personally like THIS book.