Kick the New Year off with a bang...
Billionaire Craig Bishop presides over his own software company as a geek in executive’s clothing. Feeling selfish for not sharing his stunning view of midnight fireworks from Seattle’s Space Needle, he hosts an annual event at his mansion for employees and colleagues. He’d rather curl up by the fire with someone special, but no one fits that role, not even his girlfriend—until he experiences love at first sight with a woman who’s a burst of color in his stark white life.
Caroline Holder pays her bills by working as “living art”. With few friends and no support from family, this ballerina-in-training prides herself on her professionalism when it comes to clients. When presented with the opportunity to live out a wild sexual fantasy, she must choose between walking away or breaking her rules―something that could kill her job and force her away from her newfound home. Craig’s hunger for the body-painted ballerina brings forth a Dominant side he never knew he had—but seducing her means he must ask his best friends, Gabe and Tate, to help him achieve his goal.
Will they submit to Craig so he has a chance to win Caroline’s heart? And will she have the courage to indulge in fireworks for four?
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A native of the Deep South, my best friend swears I'm the secret love child of Martha Stewart and punk icon Henry Rollins. I married an Über-Alpha Bad Boy Biker Computer Geek (yes--they do exist!) who is the best husband ever. I got hooked on romance at age 14. My grandmother got in trouble for buying me Belgian Romance by Lucinda Anne Day on our trip to Woolworth. (Yes, I'm dating myself.) I stumbled across Anne (Rice) Rampling's Belinda a few years later--that was an eye opener. When I discovered Nora Roberts' The MacGregor Brides in the Kansas City airport, I was sucked into a romance vortex and became a total junkie. I've lived in some major metropolitan areas, including NYC. That was a bucket list item. I've also lived in a small town in a dry county. I can tell you that freaky stuff goes on there, too.