"After reading just one of her stories, you'll find yourself wondering where Alexx Andria has been all your life." --Kelly Haven, best-selling author of the Diary of a Nympho and Barely Legal Babysitters series
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An erotic romance told in six short story installments between a curvaceous accountant who is caught between three distinctly Alpha brothers in a dangerous game set against the backdrop of the ultra-rich.
THREE RICH AND POWERFUL MEN, ONE BEAUTIFUL, CURVY WOMAN
THE CUT OF DECEPTION GOES STRAIGHT TO THE HEART…
Penny McDaniel had no idea that when she took the job as an accountant with the Buchanan brothers that the sexy billionaire entrepreneurs had a thing for curvy girls but when they make her an offer she can’t possibly refuse, she learns just how hot they are for her soft, sweet body. Just when Penny starts to believe she’s living in a dream, Dillon Buchanan, the black sheep of the family, shows up, ready to make trouble. Penny finds herself falling for the Buchanan she can’t have — and definitely can’t trust — but the heart wants what the heart wants…until it’s broken.
Dillon shed his robe, his glorious body causing her to heat with desire, and joined her in the bed. Penny realized there would never come a moment that she wouldn’t savor the sight of Dillon staring at her with open hunger. He didn’t see her plump body as something that needed fixing but rather as sexiness in its purest form. In Dillon’s eyes she felt like a goddess. “Why couldn’t I have met you first?” she whispered as Dillon’s mouth descended on hers. He saved them both by not answering because the answer didn’t matter.
Penny lost herself in the sensation of being Dillon’s girl. The fact that he didn’t want to share — that he wanted her all to himself — made Penny mad with need. Although the twins made her feel desired, at times, she also felt used, which always crashed the good feelings. But with Dillon, all she felt was wonderful goodness. When she was in his arms, the world — and all of its ugliness — disappeared.
Was this what love was supposed to feel like? She didn’t know but she wanted to think that love felt as wondrous as this.
Was it more naïve silliness on her part to even consider the possibility that she was falling head over heels in love with Dillon? Likely. But she didn’t care. It didn’t matter that she’d only known him a very short time. Everything about him felt right. Particularly when he made love to her.
Yes. Made love. She’d said it. Vince and Nolan liked to fuck. But Dillon made love to her, she was sure of it.