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A Romantic Times Red-Hot Read!
In Revenge (book one in the West Coast Series), Ruby Williams broke a few too many rules. Now she'll get her comeuppance in Submitting to the Boss.
Ruby completely underestimated her live-in lover. She thought she had him wrapped around her little finger, and she could do anything she wanted without any consequences. Now she's just another dumped woman bemoaning her fate.
Then her boss, West Coast Manufacturing's CEO Holt Montgomery, calls her into his office and gives her the punishment she so richly deserves.
Holt is determined to show Ruby the error of her ways with his own special brand of dominance and submission. Her sexuality now belongs to him, and he'll give her permission as to when, where, how, and with whom she'll use it. From voyeurism to exhibitionism to more than one man at a time, with a little tying up and a bit of well-deserved spanking, Ruby discovers she likes following a man's rules, especially those from her sexy boss. But she still won't let a man have the upper hand.
Can their naughty affair move from just sex with the boss to something more lasting? Or will Ruby learn her lessons a little too late?
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This was wonderful. This went right along with the first book. Couldn't help but like Ruby in this one.
- Kindle Customer
I enjoyed this
Would you consider the audio edition of Submitting to the Boss to be better than the print version?
yes & no because i also like to read
What was one of the most memorable moments of Submitting to the Boss?
when the first time he made her strip to her underwear in his office
What does June Wayne bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
she does a pretty good job on both male & female & emotion
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
no not really
Any additional comments?
i enjoyed the first & this one