From Amazon: Lawyer Megan Connors wants a man, one that will wine her, dine her, and help her to forget the pain of a date rape she experienced as a teen. Her boss, Adam Wentworth, is just the man--tall, dark-haired, blue-eyed, and a confirmed player. He's perfect for a weekend of non-committal sex that will entice her inner woman out to play for good. So Megan devises a plan for seduction, one that will lure Adam into her arms.
Adam has been attracted to Megan since day one, but his preference for dominance and her fragile air kept him at bay. Megan's kiss under forgotten mistletoe is just the fuel his lust needs to exceed the boundaries she once put in place. He's game, but he wants more than a weekend with the vulnerable yet sexy Megan.
When the weekend is over, will Megan allow the past to keep her bound or can Adam convince her she's strong enough to submit?
This book is an erotic romance. It contains graphic language, lots of juicy, explicit sex, a rich, dominant boss and a feisty heroine with a dark, conflicted past. There's also a plot. Imagine that.
What I Thought: Ladies make sure you have someone to help you out with things if you pull this one out to read okay?This is erotica with some BDSM thrown in for good measure and it is really hot! Yes, it's a familiar story like some reviewers said, but isn't all romance really? We read it for the escape not because we want to write a master's thesis.
Megan is a strong heroine- a lawyer who decides to take matters into her own hands to help her get over her trust issues with men due to an incident in her past. Adam is her target. Adam is also her boss and has been attracted to Megan from day one but hasn't acted on it because he's a Dom and can sense a vulnerability with her.
Megan comes up with a plan for seduction but thinks she's just getting a one night stand. Adam won't have it, he wants Megan for the long haul.
Yes, there's a lot of really hot sex-these scenes are spot on. BUT- there's also a great story here. I need both to keep me turning pages and Mia Downing doesn't disappoint.
A great read!!