Carrie's Answer

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Corporate Affairs, Book One

One weekend. That's all Marcus Worthington asks of his assistant Carrie Anderson when she resigns. One weekend to teach her the pleasures of dominance and submission, to satisfy his never-ending craving for her and to get her out of his system. Then he'll let her go.

Two days. That's all Marcus has promised Carrie. But as he pushes her past the limits of pleasure and satisfies her ...

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Overview

Corporate Affairs, Book One

One weekend. That's all Marcus Worthington asks of his assistant Carrie Anderson when she resigns. One weekend to teach her the pleasures of dominance and submission, to satisfy his never-ending craving for her and to get her out of his system. Then he'll let her go.

Two days. That's all Marcus has promised Carrie. But as he pushes her past the limits of pleasure and satisfies her darkest desires, she knows two days will never be enough.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419966163
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/27/2012
  • Pages: 178
  • Sales rank: 1,254,514
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2010

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    surprise surprise

    i enjoyed it, i thought i was going to be disapointed in the book but i was not.i am glad i am trying out new authors.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 22, 2014

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    I was completely blown away! I loved this book. I was just so amazed and impressed with how much of a connection I had to the characters in this book. I will admit it did start when the hero mentioned looking across at Windsor, ON from the Detroit river front. I’m from Windsor, ON so I felt an instant connection to the characters but also the authors. I have been to most of the locations they talked about in the book.

    Marcus, as the hero, was everything you want in a dom. He was strong but yet soft at the same. He just needed Carried to figure out what he really needed in life. Carrie may look innocent but she really is not. They were the right mix of spicy and sweet. I was enchanted by their love story. It made me enjoy their uber hot sex scenes even more.

    Often when I’m reading books about the BDSM world I find the plot to be unbelievable because the characters do not seem to be real and more plastic than anything. It is very hard to have a good story line where the sex scenes come at the right times rather than the story being secondary to the sex scenes. When the story line is secondary the story doesn’t seem real. In Carrie’s Answer we have Carrie who has been in love with her boss for years and she gets the chance to spend the weekend with him in his world of BDSM. She has to make a choice of being with him totally or not at all.

    The author does an excellent job at making this reader feel the emotions of Carrie. Carrie has loved Marcus for so long and she is scared of all the ramifications of starting a relationship with him. The story line has both characters going through real emotions in regards to starting a relationship and whether or not they should continue this relationship.

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  • Posted November 7, 2013

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    Good

    I enjoyed it I'll be looking for other works from Sierra

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2013

    I liked Carrie but Marcus is very hard to like. I don't see him

    I liked Carrie but Marcus is very hard to like. I don't see him as a Dom, too insecure and flaky. 

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  • Posted February 12, 2011

    Recommended by The Romance Reviews

    This is what they meant by erotic romance.

    Carrie's Answer has all the elements of the traditional romance genre (tender, sweet, compelling characters struggling through some sort of hurdle to be together) but it has the BDSM and brief ménage (m/f/m) twist to add the erotic spice readers are looking for. Not the raw, edgy somewhat dark BDSM story I am used to, this one is loving and endearing.

    Carrie Worthington has held a torch for her boss, Marcus Worthington, since going to work for him. For the past ten years, she stood by him through the highs and lows, especially the low point of his divorce when his ex-wife publicized his lifestyle as a Dom. Still, Marcus never sees her as anything other than his secretary. That is, until he spots her at the local BDSM-themed club. Unable to deal with his newfound lust he terminates her employment.

    But Carrie fights back. She has a contract and if he wants out, he has to give her one weekend to be trained by him to be a submissive. And that's when the sparks turn into a roaring blaze.

    Marcus has been hurt before, and I could relate to his desire to protect his heart and keep a barrier up. He's been the clueless fool one too many times and he keeps expecting Carrie to be the same. Poor Carrie has waited long enough and I love how she took the reins to claim her man. She wasn't going to let him chase her away. Whatever he wanted, she was there, submitting to all his needs and desires.

    I think my favorite part was when he gave her a simple velvet collar to wear for the weekend and she just about melted. Me, too.

    This story is the first in the series The Worthington Group. We did meet some other characters, but for the most part Carrie and Marcus dominated the action. The pacing was quick. The sex was written incredibly well. And the characters had undeniable chemistry. I've already bought books two and three, so clearly I'm sold on the series.

    I enjoyed having a sweeter side to a BDSM story. I love my raw, dark, edgy characters, but this was a fun excursion. It's pretty much loving, sensual BDSM that would be easy tolerated by those unfamiliar with the genre. Enjoy!

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