Overview

All work and no play makes life boring…unless there's a dollop of whipped cream and a studded paddle involved. Then it's all fun.

Roxy loves her job at the Delight Tonight restaurant, but she longs for more. She'd rather find employment using her accounting skills. Her boss, Sean, has mentioned he's interested in bringing her on as an accountant. Can she keep her wits about ...
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Honey and Decadence

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Overview

All work and no play makes life boring…unless there's a dollop of whipped cream and a studded paddle involved. Then it's all fun.

Roxy loves her job at the Delight Tonight restaurant, but she longs for more. She'd rather find employment using her accounting skills. Her boss, Sean, has mentioned he's interested in bringing her on as an accountant. Can she keep her wits about her or will she cave in to the blossoming feelings she has for him?

Sean doesn't date his staff…ever. Except, Roxy makes him rethink his rules. She's curvy, sexy and one of the few people he trusts. When he's given the birthday surprise of his life, he knows he wants Roxy in every way.

Will getting her into his bed translate into a love to last forever, or a lust and chocolate-filled disaster?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781781848173
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 40
  • File size: 182 KB

Meet the Author

I always dreamed of writing the stories in my head. Tall, dark, and handsome heroes are my favourites, as long as he has an independent woman keeping him in line.

I earned a BA in education at Kent State University and currently hold a Masters in Education with Nova Southeastern University.

I love NASCAR, romance, books in general, Ohio farmland, dirt racing, and my menagerie of animals.
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"A hot fuck with whipped cream." Roxy cocked her hip, then stared at her co-worker, Gina. "You asked."

Gina fumbled with her tray, then placed it on the bar top. "I didn t think you d answer me quite so honestly, or so loudly."

Roxy grinned and picked up her margarita order. "You asked, I answered." Served Gina right. Gina lived to drive her crazy. Tonight, she wasn t going to win. Roxy wound her way across the restaurant and delivered the drink orders. She checked her tables, then headed back to the registers to print up the bills.

"Hey, Roxy, do you have a moment?" Her boss, Elias McDowell, touched her arm. "I need to talk to you."

Roxy grabbed the string of receipts then followed Elias to the kitchen. "I have to deliver these." She shoved each piece of paper into the proper bill folder. "Elias?"

Of the two men who ran Delight Tonight, she liked Elias a lot. He always smiled, treated her with dignity and jumped in to help during the supper rush. She liked him, but not like Sean. Sean Malkin, Elias partner in the restaurant, made her skin tingle. He rarely spoke and hardly visited the restaurant. When he did show up, he spent all of his time in the office. Most of the servers avoided him. Maybe it was his height or his piercing green eyes. He walked with a swagger and demanded respect wherever he went. Her pussy quivered. Thinking about the cover-model-sexy man ratcheted her heat level up so many notches.

Elias opened the door to the office, then waved his hand. "Have a seat." He took the bill folders from her hands. "Monique? Take these to her tables."

The newer server nodded to Elias. "I ll bring them back to you." She disappeared into the main banquet room, leaving Roxy alone with Elias.

"With the tips," he called after Monique, then groaned. "New servers. Got to tell them everything. Okay." Elias ushered her to the leather chairs opposite the desk. "I need you."

"Excuse me?" Roxy refused to sit. Elias could come on to the other girls, not her. She wasn t there to find a date. Hell no. She d earned her BA in accounting and wanted to do the books for the restaurant instead of being a part of the wait staff. Unfortunately, Elias claimed to have misplaced her application for a promotion.

"I need you for a party. Sean s turning thirty-six and I want to do something nice for him." He opened a bill folder. "This is what I want to do and you re the perfect server for the job."

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