Giving it Up by Audra North

Giving it Up

byAudra North

Kobo ebook | March 24, 2017

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She dominates his body and his mind…but can he give up control without handing over
his heart?

If Beatrice Lawrence didn’t know better, she’d swear the universe is out to make sure she is totally, completely screwed. It’s not enough her family’s restrictive rules drove her away from home at a young age. She had to go and fall for a guy whose mere presence heats her body like Death Valley.

Except he seems to harbor a special brand of dislike, just for her. He even seems intent on ruining one of her biggest wedding photography gigs by dodging every key shot to make a phone call.

It’s not that SWAT officer Warren Davis isn’t attracted to Beatrice. He is. God, he is. But between supporting his parents and helping raise his single-mom sister’s kid, there’s no time to build a relationship.

Besides, Beatrice is too innocent for some of his darker…appetites. Until she catches him on the phone with a professional Domme. He must be crazy to let her talk him into hiring her instead. Even crazier to risk letting their professional relationship get personal…

Warning: Contains an out-of-her-element, wannabe Domme who has no idea the power she wields, and a SWAT officer who can’t wait to show her just how deeply he needs her command. Buckle up and keep your safeword handy.

Title:Giving it UpFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 24, 2017Publisher:Pink Kayak PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194136120X

ISBN - 13:9781941361207

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wowzer! She’s a shy photographer trying to take charge of her own life, ‘stumbling’ into being a Mistress Domme (yep !) for him, a stressed and grumpy SWAT police officer. It’s hot. Both of them had obviously been interested in each other for a while but always thought the other one wasn’t interested/for them.
Date published: 2018-05-31