The Arrogant Author

The Arrogant Author

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by Amanda Dashwood
     
 
Alexandra Fletcher loves her job as a junior editor in a team at a prestigious publishing house. At a fancy launch party, she bumps into John Burden, an author. She finds him unbearably arrogant and lets him know it. His response is unexpected and shocking. In the back alley of the hotel, where the party is held, John Burden shows her what he feels about being snubbed

Overview

Alexandra Fletcher loves her job as a junior editor in a team at a prestigious publishing house. At a fancy launch party, she bumps into John Burden, an author. She finds him unbearably arrogant and lets him know it. His response is unexpected and shocking. In the back alley of the hotel, where the party is held, John Burden shows her what he feels about being snubbed by her. The showing includes some removal of her knickers and some rather painful contact with the palm of his hand.

Alexandra wishes she had never met this brute of a man. Fate wishes differently and she is forced to work closely with him and his upcoming novel, too close for Alexandra's comfort.

To add to the complications, John Burden is a man Alexandra finds irresistible, at least when she isn't reminded of his arrogance and his harsh treatment of her. It would be so much easier if he didn't insist on expressing his displeasure in such a hands on way.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014485920
Publisher:
Blushing Books Publications
Publication date:
04/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
686,108
File size:
1 MB

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The Arrogant Author 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
_SH More than 1 year ago
This was a good story with a lot of detail and good chemistry between Alexandra and John. At times it felt a little long winded but it did have a great ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I haven't finished reading this book yet but I am nearly bored to tears. It would be a wonderful plot except it is longwinded and the aurhor really didn't describe what the issue the woman had with the man in the first place. I will try to finish it but I am not sure that I can.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
Sparks fly when Alexandra meets John for the first time and she's glad she'll never have to see him again. Of course she ends up not only seeing him but having to work with him as well. This story really had more layers than the typical spanking story. It explored the difference between pleasure and punishment spankings, the different levels of trust involved, whether a relationship is necessary, and even does sex a given. As Alexandra explores her feelings for John, she is also forced to explore her feelings and understanding of spankings and they role they play in her life. Some very interesting ideas explored in this story.