Licorice Whipsby Bridget Midway
After releasing his last submissive, Sweet decides to dive in head first into business and forget about love and disciplining. He wants to open
"Sweet" Hawkes is a BDSM dominant who has lost his smile. Although he loves the candy store called Decadent Treats that he co-owns with his brother, Masaun, he's lost the passion he had for making treats for his customers.
After releasing his last submissive, Sweet decides to dive in head first into business and forget about love and disciplining. He wants to open up a second Decadent Treats and a store that would sell quality BDSM toys and apparel. Sweet never expects to find an obstacle outside his door.
Nikla Dearwood has made it her mission to picket outside of the Decadent Treats store to warn customers about eating too much sugar. Although as a Pilates and yoga instructor, it would seem as though her protests have to do with leading a healthy lifestyle, Nikla has other motives. Besides this protest, she wants to open up her own exercise studio in downtown Virginia Beach.
Nikla isn't scared away from her picketing mission when a tall and sexy man from Decadent Treats tries to get her to stop. When she finds that same guy checking out an open storefront in downtown Virginia Beach that she also wants, she's now interested in him.
The two check out each other's businesses. Sweet subjects himself to a yoga class. When Nikla goes to Sweet's candy store, she finds that the man has a different way of tempting her with candy.
When things get out of hand in the store, the two make a deal with each other: they'll agree to play and have sex until a decision on the suites is made. After that, they agree to go their separate ways.
When Nikla starts to have feelings for Sweet, can she give up the fight for this man? Can Sweet open his heart enough to let the right woman in?
- Mundania Press
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
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I loved the chemistry between Sweet and Nikla, much in the same way that I loved Masaun and Kindle from Red Hots. This story had a very light and humorous feel to it, which made it engaging and quick to read. I would love to see their story continued as well. It was a great idea for Bridway Midway and Yvette Hines to write companion novels featuring 2 brothers. I hope to read more from the both of these talented writers.