Nine Kinds of Naughty
"Forget Fifty Shades; this is the only Grey romance readers need."--Publishers Weekly
Lexie Bellamy can handle a boardroom. Relationships, however, are a minefield that always blow up. When a business trip takes her to Spain, Lexie knows she'll have no problem closing the deal. But spending uninterrupted one-on-one time with her crazy-hot coworker might be more than she can take.
At the office, Lexie gets to call the shots. But this trip is the perfect opportunity for Dane Huntley to show his gorgeous boss how good it can feel when someone else takes charge...
Miles away from home, giving in to Dane's naughty commands feels so easy. But when the trip is over, Lexie's determined to go back to their professional relationship. Dane, though, has other ideas. He'll have to prove that what they've found together is real... and he has no intention of letting go.
"A must-read... lyrical, stunningly sexy, and brings swoons for days."-- Christina Lauren on Seven Nights to Surrender
Grey weaves a stunning erotic tale with the third in her Art of Passion contemporary series (after Seven Nights to Surrender and Eight Ways to Ecstasy). Lexie Bellamy is the consummate type A workaholic, determined to prove herself in her family's business. Dane Huntley, her hotter-than-hell assistant, wants to be a firefighter, but after his brother died in the same line of work, he's not willing to risk himself and make his mother fear losing her other son. When Lexie decides to acquire a Spanish business for her family's empire, she and Dane go on an extended business trip to Europe, where Dane begins to teach Lexie the art of submission. In giving away her power, she starts to find a deeper meaning in her life but then Dane faces a life-changing decision, and suddenly Lexie isn't sure her bravery will be enough to keep them together. Grey's snappy prose, deft plotting, and talent for creating powerfully real characters will have readers begging for more. Forget Fifty Shades; this is the only Grey romance readers need this winter.
Just too long and very slow moving. Skipped to the end and was even bored with that. Sorry.