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Contractual Obligation (Siren Publishing Menage Amour)
     

Contractual Obligation (Siren Publishing Menage Amour)

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by Tymber Dalton
 

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[Menage Amour: Erotic Menage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M, light BDSM, spanking, sex toys] Harper's father has issued her an ultimatum-quit working herself to death and have fun, or he'll oust her as CEO of their company. She thinks hiring Doug to be her assistant and play her boyfriend is the answer to all her problems, until she finds out about his secret. Deep

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[Menage Amour: Erotic Menage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M, light BDSM, spanking, sex toys] Harper's father has issued her an ultimatum-quit working herself to death and have fun, or he'll oust her as CEO of their company. She thinks hiring Doug to be her assistant and play her boyfriend is the answer to all her problems, until she finds out about his secret. Deep in debt from medical bills, Doug's parents are losing their home. Going to work for Harper is the answer to Doug's prayers. Yes, it means pretending to be Harper's boyfriend. That's a small price to pay. Unfortunately, it also means he has to say good-bye to Tate, his boyfriend and the man he loves. Tate doesn't hate Harper when he finds out why Doug went to work for her-and broke up with him. Can he gain Harper's trust and convince her Doug had good intentions . . . and that Doug's contractual obligation can easily become a two-hunk deal? ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13:
9781619262324
Publisher:
Siren-BookStrand
Publication date:
01/31/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
293,117
File size:
838 KB

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Contractual Obligation 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Pam519 5 months ago
Harper Wells is the driven young CEO of Wells Technology International, one of the biggest aeronautics firms in the country. She also has no personal life and a potentially life-threatening secret she guards jealously. Her father, the founder/owner of the company, has given her an ultimatum. Slow down, relax, find a personal life or he'll replace her as CEO. With her long-time assistant, Gorden Smith, due to retire soon and the need to hire/train his replacement, Harper doesn't have time for this foolishness. Then an idea out of the blue comes to her, a job fair to be held the next day. She can kill two birds with one stone, or so she thinks. Douglas Holt's in trouble. He's moved back home because his mother's ill and has huge medical bills. His father's missed mortgage payments and is in danger of losing the family home. His sisters can't help. Although he holds an MBA, he's unable to find work other than as a line cook at a local restaurant. He needs to help his family and he's desperate. While watching TV at home on a Friday night, he sees a local news segment about a job fair the next day. Determined to find a job that will help his family, Doug fires up his computer, polishes his résumé, and prepares for a Saturday of job prospects. When he lands an interview with the CEO of Wells Technology International, he's thrilled. Thrilled, that is, until he learns what the job entails, including pretending to be Harper's boyfriend and a confidentiality agreement that keeps him from saying anything to anyone about the job details for a full year. Tate Gillis is Doug's roommate and lover. Doug had to leave Tate behind when he moved home to help his parents. Tate at least has a job that pays the bills. It certainly doesn't utilize his MBA skills but it's a decent job with good benefits. Doug calls Tate on Friday night to tell him about the job fair. If Doug can find a good job, he and Tate can move in with his parents, pay rent and both help with his parents' situation. Tate gladly agrees. But soon after, Tate is promoted, his salary doubled, with the possibility of going further in the company. It's still not the job of his dreams but can he refuse the promotion? Doug loves Tate more than he's ever loved anyone in his life. But he can't afford to not accept Harper's job offer. He's torn in two because, in order to take the job, he'll have to leave Tate behind, and he doesn't know if he can do that. Despairing, Doug makes the hardest decision he's ever made. He accepts Harper's offer, knowing that it will end his relationship with Tate. Things get very complicated. Doug and Tate break up. Doug and Harper become an item. Later, Harper learns of Tate's existence and his former role in Doug's life, and has to get to the bottom of the mystery about the two men. She comes up with a plan to meet Tate while keeping Doug away. But then a threat to her company arises that will take all Harper's strength and resources, including both Doug and Tate, to try to overcome it. Tymber Dalton is a master storyteller. I'm constantly amazed at her versatility. Contractual Obligation is another erotic ménage a trois that will keep you entranced from beginning to end. Tymber Dalton is an automatic buy for me whenever a new book is released. This is an ADULT book containing explicit language and sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this type of book, then PLEASE carefully consider your purchase before buying it. Thanks for reading my review! Happy reading!
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700 pages, really enjoyed this story. The transition to a menage relationship was a little weird but it is defenitly a good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Other than extremely, overly understanding parents it was good read.
LucyReads More than 1 year ago
I love Tymber Dalton and her erotic ménage writing.  This book follows Harper who is a CEO alpha by day but submissive wanna be at night.  She hires a financially desperate bisexual man (Doug) as her assistant under the guise of foiling her father’s attempts to fix her up.  The game takes a right turn when Doug’s boyfriend shows up unexpectedly and sparks fly between all three.  And I’m talking sexual sparks.  While I loved the story overall, I had a hard time believing the pace at which Harper falls into bed with both of the guys.  That's the reason for the lower than usual rating for a wonderful author.  Other than that, it was an enjoyable read.
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This should get 4 1/2 stars! I love her books!