He's hired to protect a Mistress. But how does this former Navy SEAL do that and submit to her desires?
Lawrence Barrera has been a SEAL since his teens. He doesn’t know how to be a civilian. So when being a SEAL is no longer an option, he accepts a bodyguard job in New Orleans. But from the moment he sees CEO Rosalinda Thomas, his deep need to serve gets redefined. He’s never belonged to a Mistress. Ros is about to change that. If he can keep her alive…
The Mistresses of the Board Room: Women who want men strong enough to stand by them in the world, and kneel for them in the bedroom.
“time and again, I fall in love with Hill’s writing even more…”
Best book ever written.
in every way. Truly amazing!! A 10 star review. Can’t wait for the next installment.
D/s story with an actual plot line
Too often D/s stories are thin on plot and heavy on descriptions of the sex — that is not the case in this novel. The main characters are both “alpha” types, but they make it work. The Domme has issues with people who won’t leave a bad situation when given the opportunity, but she’s not “broken”, just opinionated. The sub has to learn to say no to the people who abuse his need to be of service, but is self-aware enough to know he has a problem.
The sole issue I had was with the gang subplot. Maybe if the “bad” guy was further up the leadership chain or was involved in more than just local drug dealing, I’d buy the conclusion of this subplot more.