FOUR ALPHAS IN ONE BUNDLE
Jonathan Drazen. Antonio Spinelli. Deacon Bruce. Dash Wallace.
Meet these powerful, passionate, possessive men in this exclusive, limited time bundle from NY Times bestselling author, CD Reiss.
Four full length novels will have you begging for more.
This bundle includes -
Submission - Will Monica be able to resist sexy billionaire, Jonathan Drazen? Or will she submit to her desire and kneel for him? (first in series)
Spin - Theresa and mob capo Antonio fall hard the minute they meet, but will their white hot love get them killed? (first in series)
Kick - Fiona is a celebutante with a sex addiction. Can she prove to her therapist she'll kick the habit? Or will he make her indulge. (first in series)
Hardball - Dash Wallace is the sexiest player on the field and the hardest player off it...until he meets Vivian, a simple school librarian and all bets are off. (standalone)
With a special BONUS from the NY Times bestselling Marriage Games.
Thirty Days. That's all Adam Steinbeck demands of his wife. Thirty days in a remote cottage doing everything he commands. Then he'll sign her divorce papers and give her their company.
She thinks this is his pathetic attempt to save their marriage.
|Publisher:||Flip City Media Inc|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
And quit reading. I am so tired of authors writing in 1st person. That 50 Shades point of view is driving me crazy. Up until that book came out, hardly anyone wrote in 1st peerson. Now more and more are published. ALL OF THEM SEEM TO BE FREE. I've learned my lesson. Books are free for a reason. Either they suck or are from a new author trying to gain footing. Quit trying to emulate 50 Shades...that book was horrible and way off the mark from any D/S relationship I have ever known.
I confess to reading only the first story and skimming. Some details were confusing. Did Monica and Gabby share a house or did they have a studio apartment with Gabby's brother? Someone dies and "it was terrific for everyone". I'm sure it was meant to be "terrible". As the female protagonist I wanted to like Monica, but she whines about life. She tells about only being able to afford hot dogs then whines about giving up Starbucks every day. They have little money, but she takes Gabby out for "artisianal" ice cream. She complains about the house her parents gave her. There's a crack in the foundation, a drip in the sink and a dirty kitchen floor. You may not be able to fix the foundation but you can mop the floor and find out how to fix the drip. The rest of us did. She wants to be a famous singer, but only by singing her own songs. She refers to Gershwin, Porter and Cahn as "dumb standards". After their agent has disappeared for months and gigs he planned fell through, Gabby has found them a job that pays without agent fees and Monica says, "I only want to sing my own songs." She thinks she has to sound like Sinatra which is so wrong. Each singer is to put their own voice to the song. The author doesn't seem to know much about the world of real musicians. To be employable you must be flexible about the music you sing and play. The man Monica meets is into light dominance, no pain. He's emotionally still married to his ex-wife and uses Monica only for sex while she finds herself falling in love.
I did not finish reading it. Just not into that kind of book. I guess i didnt read the discription well enough.I thought they were love stories,not just Submissive and Domonation books. If I could delete this from my library I would. Its nothing I want to keep. L.M.A.