When CEO Grant Edmonds meets with his new production manager, he immediately recognizes her as Silver, an exotic dancer who once mesmerized him at an exclusive fetish club. Though he was forbidden from pursuing her back then, there's nothing standing in his way now. He's not looking for an after-hours fling—he wants to own her. In every way.
As much as Allie Fairfax tries to deny her past, she can't - and with the way her body responds to Grant, she soon finds herself having mind-blowing sex with the boss. But despite her desire to surrender to Grant's sexual authority, she's not willing to risk her career. After all, she's been owned before, and it ended badly.
It's all or nothing for Grant. If Allie wants more of the fiercest orgasms she's ever experienced, she must consent to his rules....
when you think of bdsm you think very hot and steamy. this is vanilla. book spent more time talking about the lighting for the clients then it did about them. too much filler and not enough steam.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Some of the scenes were not believable to me, although it still kept my interest. I have not read a book of this nature before but am glad that I did. An eye opener for me.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I wasn't impressed. I had hopes based on the blurb about the book but it just didn't do it for me. The story was so broken up, I never connected with the characters. Maybe if it'd been longer I could have seen how thier relationship actually developed. As it was, I just got to see snapshots and it wasn't enough.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Save your money and time. The story line was borring. It was lacking everything, plot, spice, essence. It is a cheap x rated story. Good for a restroom in a sperm bank, maybe...
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
it was a good book. a good read. would recommend. depends on personal preference. X
Would you try another book from January Rowe and/or Montana Chase?
the story was boring because the guy into giving into the sub domains, and then love scenes were little too vanilla for my taste.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This was a very good book. I liked the story line and the narrator. I like that the boss has the money and power to do just about anything he wants to do. It was similar to the rescue for the damsel in distress story line.
Who was your favorite character and why?
My favorite character was Silver. I liked how smart she was and that she was excellent at her job too, which left the door open in case things didn't work out where she was at.
Any additional comments?
The only negative thing I can say about this book is the ending. Just when you get to the good part the story it ends, leaving you hanging on for the next book to see what happens. Other than that it was a very good book and worth the money.
What did you like best about Management Skills? What did you like least?
The interaction between the characters and the narrator is the only thing that kept me listening to this story.I disliked the ending. I was left feeling with a large case of, what was the point of that.
Would you recommend Management Skills to your friends? Why or why not?
Depends on the mood wanted from the book. .Explict sex scenes and great chemistry between characters so the storyline doesn't really matter. Then yes I would. But if they want all that and a storyline that they can get into and a satisfactory ending... then no way.
Could you see Management Skills being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?
If this was ever made into a movie... err not likely as it would need a much better subplot to pull that off<br/><br/>It should be a cast of unknowns, but I could see the female lead as A.J. Cook (JJ from criminal minds slightly younger<br/>Male lead as Steven Strait... (Caleb from the Covenant or Stevie from Magic City, slightly older ... maybe)<br/><br/>If they made the TV Series with reallt well known actors, it would be cut to shreds to turn it into a 12 rated movie.