A powerful Contemporary Romance. Here is the first book in the ‘Blush’ Series by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion and emotion.
“A woman may tempt the eye in public, but a man tames a women’s fierce beauty in private…”
Samantha Kegan dreams of someday being a fashion designer, but for now she has her hands full working as a secretary for Claire Mangel, the tough headed senior editor of NuTrend magazine. So when one of the models gets sick and is unable to attend the season’s biggest fashion show, her demanding boss orders Samantha to replace her and walk the runway as "Blaze", an order Samantha dares not refuse. She manages to pull off the masquerade by putting on a naughty, sexy persona as Blaze, catching the eye of famous French Designer – Jean-Pierre Chasseur.
For nearly a year Jean-Pierre Chasseur has been looking for the right model to serve as the muse and public face of his "Fierce Beauty" bondage-themed fashion line. When he sees the glorious Blaze walk down the runway, her ripe curves and saucy moves convinces him she's the one. But unbeknownst to Samantha, modelling isn’t the only thing the designer wants from her. What happens when she discovers his hidden desires lurking under the surface? Will she submit to the demands of her new boss in every way he requires?
Only mature readers should download this book.
The first book in this series is overall very good. I kind of wish I could’ve been there to slap Samantha’s boss for all the nasty things she said. Wish that bosses weren’t all that awful. Can’t wait to see what happens when Claire finds out!
What’s next? :)
Blush, Book 1
The emotion and suspense is very intriguing. I can wait to read mor!
Blush book 1
The chemistry of the characters seemed to be at a very fast pace, the plot of the story reminded me of a Modern Cinderella story of the plot. I really love the interactions of characters and the detailed descriptions of the backstage behind the fashion industry. One major difference in this book compared to others was having a more voluptuous women as the leading lady of the novel, it was very refreshing