Three determined bosses…
Tate Baxter, Eric Cohen, and Kellan Kent are partners for one of the most respected law practices in Chicago. But these three masters of the courtroom also share a partnership in the bedroom, fulfilling the darkest needs of their female submissives night after night. Everything was fine—until they hired Annabelle Wright as their administrative assistant.
One beautiful secretary…
Belle felt sure she’d hit the jackpot with her job, but in the last year, the three gorgeous attorneys have become far more than her bosses. They’re her friends, her protectors, and in Belle’s dreams, they’re her lovers, too. But she’s given her heart to them all, so how can she choose just one?
An unforgettable night…
When her bosses escort her to a wedding, drinks and dancing turn into foreplay and fantasy. Between heated kisses, Belle admits her innocence. Surprise becomes contention and tempers flare. Heartbroken and unwilling to drive them apart, Belle leaves the firm and flees to New Orleans.
That leads to danger.
Resolved to restore her late grandmother’s home, she hopes she can move on without the men. Then Kellan, Tate, and Eric show up at her doorstep, seeking another chance. But something sinister is at work in the Crescent City and its sights are set on her. Before the trio can claim Annabelle for good, they just might have to save her life.
LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!!!
In this series I've read book 1 and 6. The reason I skipped was because, Belle is an Afro American woman and I was curious and I wanted to see how the relationship with her 3 lovers were written. I love Tate the most an the other two followed in my affections as I continued reading.
This book is funny, sexy, heart felt, and considerate. Right off I loved it because the guys didn't just start having sex on their their terms it was at her choice. The story didn't revolve around the main female character having struggle being a brown woman, with 3 white men. It was a love story with suspense. The sex scenes didn't take over the book.
As an Afro American woman I enjoyed this book.
The Virgin Secretary, Masters of Ménage, Book 6
What can I say I really and truly love the connection between all the books I have read thus far. This is the true definition of what a series is all about. They have to connect and take you from A to Z. They take ménage to another level, not to mention virginity. These women are treasured and cherished for their virginity. These days it's very rear that a woman last till her twenties to find a good math to give herself too. This is just one of the reasons I love this series. It makes you think about real life and the what ifs.