Coin Operated [NOOK Book]

Overview


Elijah Elliot and Beatrix London's fledgling ad agency is under siege. Not from outside competition but by Eli and Bea's unspoken lust for each other. As their unsatisfied cravings to dominate and submit bloom into vivid daydreams, the office becomes a minefield of frustrated needs and dangerous desires. Now something's gotta give or their partnership is going to self-destruct.

When Bea unveils a racy new light bondage ad campaign for their key client, she pushes Eli to cross ...

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Coin Operated

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Overview


Elijah Elliot and Beatrix London's fledgling ad agency is under siege. Not from outside competition but by Eli and Bea's unspoken lust for each other. As their unsatisfied cravings to dominate and submit bloom into vivid daydreams, the office becomes a minefield of frustrated needs and dangerous desires. Now something's gotta give or their partnership is going to self-destruct.

When Bea unveils a racy new light bondage ad campaign for their key client, she pushes Eli to cross the line he's drawn between them—the one that keeps him from doing all the hot, sinful things she imagines he's capable of...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426890000
  • Publisher: Carina Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 953,369
  • File size: 345 KB

Meet the Author

Ginny Glass grew up in the rural South thinking that she wanted to be a stage actress. She discovered a love for romance novels early on, and reading romance eventually became a love of writing it (admittedly spiced up a bit from her early childhood collections of soft-focus category novels).

Ginny currently lives in the desert Southwest with her husband and a very spoiled mutt who has an unfortunate taste for upholstery. Her drama is on the page now instead of the stage, but comes with the luxury of being able to always work in her pajamas.

Find Ginny at ginny-glass.com or twitter.com/ginnyglass.


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It was quite possibly the hottest Georgia summer that Elijah Elliot could remember. The air conditioning in his darkened office ran full blast above him, chilling the hairs at the back of his neck, but he was burning up. On fire.

She was kneeling in front of him, nude except for the bright red silk that bound her hands behind her. Looking down through eyes half-lidded with measured restraint, he could see the uneven speckles of nearly matching red that the rough Berber carpet marred into her knees. She didn't seem to mind—her mouth on his cock was steady and skilled. She made small noises of relish as she worked her lips around him. He dropped a hand from the cool plate glass window in front of him to smooth over loose, thick hair.

"Faster," he ordered.

Waves of rippling heat tensed the muscles of his thighs when she hummed deep in her throat, the perfect place to be as far as he was concerned. He growled his approval as she sped up the fierce, wet suction of her mouth. The hand that still braced against the window fisted, and Eli's eyes closed, his hips tilting in consonant rhythm with her new pace. Everything in him tightened, and he leaned into each of her down strokes, silently urging her to take him fully. She pulled back her lips the barest fraction and his next thrust met with the delicate graze of her teeth. The head of his cock brushed the back of her throat.

"Yes," he moaned, his eyes flaring open at the deep, clenching wave of pleasure that slammed into his midsection. He was greeted by two of the most beautiful sights in the world—a breathtaking high-rise view across the glittering nighttime lights of downtown Atlanta, and his business partner, her arms tied behind her back, sucking him off while he made a tight fist in her long auburn hair.

He was so close to coming it set his teeth on edge. His cock throbbed, jerked as she flattened her tongue against the underside of his aching head. She lingered, teasing, lightening the broad, wetly silken strokes of her lips until only the upper curve of her perfect mouth grazed him, butterfly-like. Her breath teased the length of his damp erection. In contrast to the refrigerated air of the room, she nearly scalded him.

He caught her chin, fighting frustration. Not what he wanted. He wanted deeper.

"Open."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2010

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    Hot Erotica read

    Elijah Elliot and Beatrix London are partners in an upstart ad agency. They've been working together for years and avoiding the sexual attraction that pulls at them not, for fear of endangering a great partnership, as well as for fear of revealing the darker desires that they crave.

    As they acquire a new client, a sexxories retailer, the tension ratchets up until they're ready to snap. And when Bea pushes Eli too far, he gives her a taste of the darker passions he harbors -the dominance he aches to give her, and the submissive role he craves her to play. After a little spanking session with Bea across his desk, Eli pushes her away, ashamed of the passions still burning within him and worried that he's frightened Bea with his demands.

    Bea, on the other hand, has been crushing on Eli for years and is far from scared off. In fact, she's ready for more, but with Eli pushing her away she realizes it's all or nothing. So, she hires a lawyer to sell her share of the firm since Eli's not willing to give her what she wants the most. himself.

    This is a wonderfully wrought novellas (about 100 pages according to my Nook progress bar). It's a tasteful exploration of how one man wrestles with his cravings for a D/s relationship with his business partner, but frightened of his impulses and the shame he felt the one time in his life he tried to explore that side of himself. In this story, Eli's at a crossroads -unable to contain his desire for Bea any longer and unwilling to trust her with his secret desires.

    I found the BDSM elements of this story well executed and thoughtfully executed. Even down to Eli desperately trying to do things right, as he caves to his cravings, and makes sure that they've established a 'safe' word before he lets go. I don't read much BDSM, but this story puts me in mind of the well-balanced way that Victoria Dahl handled the same subject in her Western novella, The Wicked West, which I adored.

    Coin Operated was a highly engaging, highly erotic read that I didn't want to end. I will definitely be looking for more of this author's books in the future.

    Assessment: Highly Recommended

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2012

    Jack

    Oh ok. I can get into one book at italy. Its on the fifth page and its called mussolinis italy. C u there.

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    Kk

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