Corporate Seduction is, as the title suggests, an office romance. But this one has a few twists along the way. More than a few twists, actually.
Here's the blurb:
Maybelline "May" Davenport wants a few things in her life: to move up at work after she obtained her college degree, and to find a man who could sweep her off of her feet like the heroes in her erotic romance novels. She's sure she won't find that while working for a man she calls "the totem pole with style" even though she finds him attractive. Winston Biggers thinks he wants a dominant type of woman in his life. And although she doesn't seem the type, Win can't stop thinking about May, his administrative assistant. But he can't let her go. Not just yet. So he hides her newly-acquired degree to keep her as his assistant. But there are other important aspects about his life that he's hiding. When the truth comes out, will it be too much for May to take? Or will staying with this man make her Win Bigg?
The BDSM in Corporate Seduction is pretty tame, so if you don't like pain in your BDSM, this may be a good book for you. The BDSM action is mostly D/s with no S&M between our main couple.
- Bondage and Discipline:A very very very small amount. 1 of 3
- Dominance and Submission: Some. 1 of 3
- Sadism and Masochism: None. 0 of 3
- Extra Point: No.
And the character development is probably what carried the story for me. I've said it before, but good characters can overcome a lot of other problems with a story. There are two other books in this series and I am very interested in reading them.
- Book Rating: Corporate Seduction: 8 of 10
- BDSM Intensity Level: 2 of 10
- Heat Level: 2 of 10
The blurbs for the next two books give the appearance that there will be more S&M involved in future stories. We've met both female characters in Corporate Seduction, I look forward to reading their stories.
2. Corporate Desires
3. Corporate Needs