Burgeoning photographer Olivia Bell is a normal twenty-four-year-old, working diligently to hone her craft with the help of her idol and mentor, Everett Shaw. But she quickly falls for the much older, irresistible Lothario, and the two embark on a passionate, forbidden romance.
When their relationship is revealed, the fallout has dire consequences. Everett isn’t just Liv’s mentor—he’s also a well-traveled, nefarious lady’s man responsible for countless broken hearts across the globe. Not to mention, her sister despises Everett to the deepest recesses of her soul. The odds are stacked against the star-crossed lovers, but they can’t deny what their hearts want.
Determined to be together, they forge full steam ahead despite all that stands in their way. But what happens when Liv and Everett realize they are in different places in their lives… with conflicting hopes and dreams? Liv has to decide if she’s willing to fight to hold on to the love of her life, even if it means altering the plans she has for her future.
But what will she do when the skeletons in Everett’s closet are brought out into the light?
When he scores the lead role in a feature film, millionaire model-turned-actor Max Oberon won’t let anything mess up his big break. But there’s a problem. His character’s submissive relationship is a big part of the movie, and Max can’t seem to make it convincing. Solution? Five days with a dominatrix should help him overcome his need for total control.
Ally’s life is one hot mess. A broke blogger, this story could be her chance to get back on her feet. If Ally can pass herself off as a dominatrix, she can publish a tell-all article and get the money she needs to keep from losing everything. So what if she’s clueless about anything kinky, and her abusive ex left her with a self-confidence problem?
Although Ally can’t give orders and Max hates taking them, together they discover new ways of commanding pleasure. But will Ally’s deception destroy their one chance at love?
*** “A Very Sexy, Clever and Fun Twist on Alpha Males!” – Fresh Fiction Review ***