The Billionaire's Proposition (Come With Me 1) [NOOK Book]

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From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Secret Lavalle, Seasons of Love, The Whispering, and Friend Zone, now brings you Come With Me...

THE PERFECT WOMAN TO PLAY HIS MOST PRIVATE AND PERSONAL FANTASIES
THE PERFECT MAN TO GIVE HER EVERYTHING SHE NEEDS IN A MASTER

Dalton is ...

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Overview

From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Secret Lavalle, Seasons of Love, The Whispering, and Friend Zone, now brings you Come With Me...

THE PERFECT WOMAN TO PLAY HIS MOST PRIVATE AND PERSONAL FANTASIES
THE PERFECT MAN TO GIVE HER EVERYTHING SHE NEEDS IN A MASTER

Dalton is in a predicament. He's single, handsome, rich—and bored out of his wits. Other men envied his life and he could have any woman he wanted. Yet he hasn't met the one that he needed.

Rose is in a predicament. She’s smart, lovely and sexy—and picky in choosing any man to play her most ardent fantasies. Somehow, the few men in her past aren’t right. She needs someone who knows what he’s doing… and can give her what she’s really wanting.

He sees her first… and everything else comes into play under his controlling hands. Suddenly, Rose meets the one man she can only dream of but she can never hope to have. Dalton will want women in his circle, not some lowly employee.

But she is surprised to find out that she’s been picked. All she has to do is to let it happen and she’ll be in his bed.

As his slave.

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***READER ADVISORY: This story contains contents that are for mature readers, including sex and erotic themes.

EXCERPT
Rose had never worn a thong in her life, having thought them a little too slutty and potentially uncomfortable for her liking. But when she looked down at the curves of the dress, she understood the potential of a minimalist piece of underwear like this. After all, the last thing she wanted when she met her new boss was unsightly panty lines across her ass.

If she was going to wear something as beautiful as this, she might as well go all the way towards looking her best.

Dropping the towel to the ground, she stepped into the thong and pulled it up over legs. The thin strip of material nestled between her bum cheeks, and she had to admit to herself that it wasn’t all that uncomfortable. A little strange, yes, but not altogether unpleasant. The underwear had the added effect of making her ass look amazing when she caught her reflection in the mirror.

Twisting to admire what it was doing for the shape of her butt, she smiled and was caught off guard by the sudden urge to have Dalton Sands walk in on her like this.

She pushed the thought from her mind and returned her attention to getting dressed. This was a work assignment, and as strange as it was to have clothing left out for her, she had to assume that her relationship with her new boss was going to be strictly professional.

Still, she thought as she pulled on the dress, a girl could always daydream a little.

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Meet the Author

The moment Sandra Ross held her first romance novel when she was ten, she knew she was going to write romance. At thirty now, a prolific reader and a freelance writer, she's since then expanded her preferences from just romance to romance with a dash of now trending sub-genres—paranormal , fantasy, sci-fi even, and erotica. She loves challenging herself and would write on a dare. On a normal day, she would be found in her herb garden collecting spices for her kitchen or ingredients for her potions; in her huge eclectic Provencal kitchen with the big modern oven cooking pots and pans of food for her family of one husband and three kids (an ardent daughter and two boisterous sons) that'll probably last for weeks; in her library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and an e-reader in her hands as she reads the latest erotic hit; or scribbling pages upon pages of different erotic lifestyles, searching for the one that feels like it was inspired by just the right mix of passion, story line, and sex. Aside from these activities, the rest of the time she'd be found in front of her laptop typing the latest Sandra Ross concoction for her readers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2014

    A teaser. Not really the whole story.

    The summary leads you to believe this is a story instead of the first chapters of a book. I understood it was the first in a series but I am disappointed that the author choose to misrepreasent this fraction of her work. I will not be buying the rest not just because of being misled but because I did not find it that good. Sorry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    Ok

    Not sure i like where this is going.

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  • Posted December 17, 2012

    Come with me is a sexual adventure about a young man named Dalto

    Come with me is a sexual adventure about a young man named Dalton, who is seeking a very special girl to fulfill his fantasies in the indulgence of her absolute submissiveness. Dalton, very sexy and very, very rich, can have any girl he wants but is completely uninterested. That is, until he sees the sweet, innocent Rose for the first time.
    Dalton wants Rose so badly, but he is careful and patient in his planning of winning her over. He had to be certain that his dominance over her was something she wanted just as much as he did. Dalton ached for her to become his sexual servant and for her to be willing to let him do anything he wanted to do to her. He wanted her to be willing to do anything he wanted her to do.
    Would Rose submit to Dalton's every sexual desire and request that he made of her? Sweet Rose may very well turn into the sweetest, tastiest woman Dalton could ever have.

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  • Posted December 11, 2012

    The story spin around the concept of two edges; a physically pow

    The story spin around the concept of two edges; a physically powerful, extroverted character and on the opposite corner the reverse of a shy, diffident, new to the city character and the potential and edibles of a symbiotic relationship. Her stories are mostly about the romantic interactions between two individuals who are in marvellously in love with each other. She writes in great detail that you can clearly movie the scenario in your head.
    Romance always enthral particularly between two totally different characters. The trips to form a relationship have always upset readers. In this book, Ross has formed a relationship where one controls and the other is at ease in being point. Come with Me is a well written deference erotica novel that truly touches the reader and shows offers a very unique analysis of the world of domination and deference. This book is should read for anyone who enjoys this kind or anyone behind closed doors interested in domination and submission.
    In Come with Me Dalton Sands is a rich dominant man who is happy with his life except for the need of companionship. He has everything he ever needs in life besides that special someone. This is testimony for the famous aphorism - which money can't bring happiness for the reason that love is all about happiness. Rose is a beautiful woman who is fairly shy when she meets new people. The two meet and Dalton right away fall in love with her. At first, Rose can't consider that a rich person like Dalton would ever fall for her. She doesn't know what to be expecting at all. However, Dalton will do no matter what it takes to imprison her heart.
    Women always have a knack for perceptive precisely how to act to give pleasure to a man and get him to give them what they wish for, and the submissive Rose wanted the affection of a strong man.
    He is yet to find woman that suit his needs and character. The story opens with Dalton people watching in a full coffee shop. He does the gentlemanly thing and invites Rose to join him when there are no other seats available. Dalton is introduced to us as someone who doesn't want a relationship, for the reason that women never make him happy. He seems to be emotionally and socially distant, but the reader learns otherwise as the story progress. These romances depict the story of shy, silent Rose and her dominant, Dalton. They get together by chance at a coffee shop one day and things progress very quickly from there. Rose works in Human Resources but is also a very naive and shy girl. When she meets Dalton she is perfectly willing to let him be in charge of everything and is perfectly willing to do whatever he says. And of course Dalton has many things that he wants his new small pet to do. I think Dalton just wanted a woman that wanted to be controlled by him alone, and who understood this need. Another thing that I found out of the ordinary was that the author told you that Dalton was a man that liked to be in control.  Sweet Rose may very well turn into the sweet, tasty woman, Dalton could ever have. Every part will take you to new and exciting discovery, lived by Rose and Dalton all the way.
    Their meeting will be yours, making you almost taste the banned and the emotions feel by Rose and Dalton, whose hearts beat as one.
    You might think that this is all just a stroke of luck and that an honest reader would not be going on and on eternally and with a lot passion and determination about the author of a novel he or she has read- cleanly for the reason that it typically isn't done in today's world of quick pace change and update on what is tolerable within the society and what is not really considered right. This book had more of a visual tone even in areas without sexual tones. This made it easier to dream of what was happening to the characters rather than hearing them talk about it. This is one of the greatest romance stories that can be create for anyone who is into or interested in reading more about the world as it pertains to a master and his love slave. On the other hand, though the story is sexual in content, the design and the characters of the story do make it a story that is easy to believe may possibly happen in real life. The real life easiness of this story is why the story is a page-turner all the way through.
    This book makes you feel as if there is really and truly someone out there for each person and that's one of the reasons to read and learn the different approach to the life.

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  • Posted December 6, 2012

    At 30 years of age, Sandra Ross has become a top notch romance w

    At 30 years of age, Sandra Ross has become a top notch romance writer.  Her books mainly specify in a darker aspect of romance.  She has romance novels that pertain to paranormal beings like vampires.  She has a way of making the book so descriptive that it will draw the reader right in to her books.  Come with me is another great piece by her.  The book pertains to a Dalton, whom is looking for a love slave and Rose.  The in depth detail pertaining to their encounters and the character descriptions is magnificent.  It makes the reader be able to have a visual idea of what the book is about instead of just reading the story.
    Unlike most romance novels, this one seems to have a story line that is more about unknown desires than about just the act of having a sexual relationship.  She became his love slave, but it was something that secretly she had wanted to do for quite some time.  The opportunity shows itself with Dalton, and the two of them are able to find out that she is now happy with the situation and that he needs her.  
    The story is one that will capture the reader and will be able to put anyone in the mood by the time they have finished reading it.  Sandra Ross did a wonderful job of creating a must read story when she created “Come with Me”.  This is one of the greatest romance stories that can be found for anyone who is into or interested in reading more about the world as it pertains to a master and his love slave.

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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    Rose is looking for love and she accidentally meets Dalton, a r


    Rose is looking for love and she accidentally meets Dalton, a rich man bored by his life.
    The flower of desire and overwhelming passion is going to bloom in a café, which seems to be the perfect setting for a new-born love.
    If you like love stories, "Come With Me" is the perfect choice for you!
    Every chapter will take you to new and exciting discoveries, lived by Rose and Dalton all the way.
    Their meeting will be yours, making you almost taste the forbidden and the emotions felt by Rose and Dalton, whose hearts beat as one.

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  • Posted November 25, 2012

    This romance depicts the story of shy, quiet Rose and her domin

    This romance depicts the story of shy, quiet Rose and her dominant, Dalton. They meet by chance at a coffee shop one day and things progress very quickly from there. Rose works in Human Resources but is also a very innocent and timid girl. When she meets Dalton she is perfectly willing to let him be in charge of everything and is perfectly willing to do whatever he says. And of course Dalton has many things that he wants his new little pet to do.
    Dalton's history is relatively unknown. He doesn't feel inclined to have a relationship with any woman though he's had enough sexual partners to keep him satisfied. That doesn't stop him from wanting Rose when she stumbles into his life however. Instead, he wants Rose to fulfill a fantasy that he has had for some time. This fantasy involves taking her to his country mansion where he plans to keep her. Their romance develops quickly with elements of both romance itself and sexual encounters.
    Both Dalton and Rose are very interested in furthering this relationship and both are very willing. In fact, Rose seems more than willing to allow herself to be completely dominated and is perfectly happy with the way that everything progresses. Whatever Dalton tells her to do she is immediately ready to do it and Dalton is more than happy with the little submissive he has picked out for himself. Even being locked in the bedroom of a man she has only just met that morning does not bother submissive little Rose.
    Their relationship is one of master and slave where Rose replies to everything that is said with the word 'sir'. She initiates this type of behavior, as he never requests her to say it however it is obvious that he is pleased with this manner of her speech. He is also highly pleased with the way in which she learns quickly.
    If you have ever been interested in the role of submission and dominance this book will show you what it's all about. Rose is the shy young woman that many will be able to easily relate to. She has her life but she's never felt a true purpose and she's never been strong enough to fight for the things she really wants. Dalton is the sturdy rock that she latches on to. He's dominant without being overbearing or cruel to her. He's actually very kind. I thought it was odd that the two didn't speak very much throughout this book however their speech wasn't really needed. This book had more of a visual tone even in areas without sexual tones. This made it easier to visualize what was happening to the characters rather than hearing them talk about it.

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  • Posted November 23, 2012

    What I've always enjoyed about Sandra Ross's books is her explor

    What I've always enjoyed about Sandra Ross's books is her exploration of her characters and their relationships. She's covered a wide variety of subjects while doing so, but I'll admit any of her books that even hint at BDSM or dominance and submission in general always seem to be the ones I like best.

    In Come With Me Dalton Sands is a rich powerful man who is happy with his life except for the lack of companionship. He is yet to find a woman that suits his needs and personality. The story opens with Dalton people watching in a crowded coffee shop. He does the gentlemanly thing and invites Rose to join him when there are no other seats available. Dalton is introduced to us as someone who doesn't want a relationship, because women never make him happy. He seems to be emotionally and socially aloof, but the reader learns otherwise as the story progresses.

    Dalton patiently lets their relationship progress at a natural pace. He desires Rose and wants her for his own, be he wants her to want it. More than that, Dalton wants Rose to feel a need to submit to him and the pleasures of the flesh. He guides her through twists and turns through the book, leaving the reader as ready for it as Rose it when she finally has the experience of a life time. That she nor the reader will soon forget.

    Sandra Ross doesn't an excellent job at exploring the development of their relationship, paying attention to the details. She really knows how to get inside the heads of her characters, and is an expert at writing about relationships were dominance and submission come in to play.

    Come With Me is a well written submission erotica novel that really touches the reader and shows offers a very unique view of the world of dominance and submission. This book is a must read for anyone who enjoys this genre or anyone secretly interested in dominance and submission.

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  • Posted November 20, 2012

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    Romanicng of the opposites Sandra Ross¿s books has the most begu

    Romanicng of the opposites
    Sandra Ross’s books has the most beguiling of titles and this is no exception. The title of the book exudes a combination of naivety and aggressiveness all thrown into a steamy cauldron of exotic eroticism. The storyline revolves around the concept of two extremes; a strong, extroverted character and on the opposite corner the antithesis of a shy, demure, new to the city character and the possibilities and sustenance of a symbiotic relationship.
    Yin and Yang. Except in this case, it is shrouded in an erotic romance that keeps the reader’s interest in wanting to read more of the antics in such a relationship. The story revolves around Dalton Sands and Ms.Rose Addison. Dalton, characterised as the jaded, spent Fortune 500 magnate who had given up all hope of meeting the woman of his life. That is until one day, Rose Addison, comes into his life while sipping his coffee. They meet and he decides not to let her go out of his life, albeit strange as she had just mentioned that she worked in such and such a department in the very building he worked. Desperate times calls for desperate measures. He invites her for dinner and she accepts. And the beginning of a relationship which brings happiness to both. Eliza Doolittle has met her man.
    Romance always enthrals especially between two entirely different characters. The journey to forming a relationship has always piqued readers. In this book, Ross has formed a relationship where one controls and the other is comfortable in being guided. An interesting casual story.

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  • Posted November 17, 2012

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    Yes, Master, Yes!

    Several years ago, I was having a nice quiet dinner with a mutual friend at a local restaurant. The place was about half-full; the ambiance was casual; and there was nothing in the general vicinity to indicate that anything unusual or out of place was apparent.

    Eventually, I became aware of a couple dining about twenty feet away from us. He was in his mid- to late-thirites, dark-haired, clean-shaven. She was roughly the same age, ash-blonde hair, apparently quiet and introverted. While their low-key conversation was loud enough to hear the tone of their voices, the entire dialogue was obscured by the surrounding din made by the nearby patrons.

    Nevertheless, what caught my attention was the manner in which they spoke to one another. They sat in close proximity to one another, and he was initiating most of the eye contact and conversation, whereas she would seemingly respond when he wanted her to do so. Yet he was never brusque or overtly obnoxious; rather, he was almost soothing in his manner to the point of being patronizing. I also observed her responding with many "yessir"s and "nosir"s. When I happened to hear her say to him, "Whatever pleases you, master," I almost spat out my fish fry in response.

    Holy cripes, I immediately thought: a master-and-slave relationship! (For the record, my dinner partner was rather blase about the entire incident.)

    Such paraphilia between partners apparently is nothing unique or unusual. In Sandra Ross's "Come With Me," the master-slave angle within an intimate relationship is explored to the fullest between Dalton Sands and Rose Addison. Dalton is the dominant one; he is wealthy beyond measure and is not wanting for anything in life---except in the area of sex and the need to be in control of another person in this regard. This is revealed when Ross writes that "Dalton was a man that liked to be in control and he had a feeling that Rose was in need of a man to 'guide' her" (ch. 1).

    What was interesting about the opening chapter in "Come With Me" was how Ross describes Dalton's persona to the reader. He comes across as someone who seems to lack the ability to emotionally connect with another person on an intimate level. As more of Dalton's character emerges to the reader, his socio-economic position in society is indicative of someone who deals with the inevitable pressures and vicissitudes of life by impulsively following his instinct to self-preserve. Dalton is a guy who needs to not just survive, but thrive---regardless of the situation.

    Rose, on the other hand, is the quintessential "submissive"---she is willing to do whatever she is told to do, almost to the point of being obsequious and fawning. Yet the author does not ultimately portray her as helpless or floundering: once her relationship with Dalton begins and develops, she almost relishes her status within the relationship; she willingly chooses to submit to Dalton's every whim and desire.

    For those who are familiar with Ross's writings, she covers many aspects of sexual relationships; nevertheless, the entire concept of dominance/submission might seem a bit jarring, especially for those who prefer the familiar intimacy of mutual give-and-take with their partner. As off-putting as it may seem to some, any sense of abuse or mistreatment between Dalton and Rose is non-existent. Instead, both partners seem to enjoy and revel in the arrangement. They ta

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