What's your price? If someone offered you an opportunity to never worry about finances, and have everything in this life that had been denied before, would you still hold on to your morals and refuse? I always thought I would. But two million dollars is a hell of a big incentive! I considered myself a strong, independent woman, until the recession slammed me down face first. Had my situation been different I never would have considered taking his offer!
Cade Stellan. Billionaire, and closet pervert. He liked to watch. And I'm not referring to sporting events! He wanted a woman that he could control and unfortunately, I'd caught his attention. I say unfortunately because as much as I wanted to deny him, the price he offered proved that I could be bought. Why a man like him had to pay for anything would never make sense, nor would why he had chosen a person like me to fulfill those needs. As much as I wanted o turn him down, and prove to myself that my standards were higher, I knew I wouldn't.
A world of passion awaits you on Fantasy Isle, the pleasure resort for adults. The Fantasy Isle book series, offer readers a stand-alone novel for each fantasy revealed. Playing off the Fantasy Bar & Grill Trilogy, Michelle Hughes welcomes you to a world of sensual temptations. Through His Eyes, is the debut book for Fantasy Isle and introduces readers into a voyeuristic mind set, with ménage undertones.
|Publisher:||Tears of Crimson Publishing|
|Series:||Fantasy's Bar & Grill , #4|
|File size:||316 KB|
About the Author
Michelle Hughes is a bestselling contemporary romance author. She loves writing books that deal with alpha males and virgins and you'll find that theme throughout most of her titles. She lives in Alabama with her husband and four of her five children. Her oldest son is now on his own and has given her the first of what she hopes are many grandchildren.
Prior to a career in writing, Michelle was country singer/songwriter that appeared on the Midnight Jamobreee with such legends as Skeeter Davis and Justin Tubbs. After a fruitful career on the road in music she found writing to be a wonderful way of entertaining the public while staying home with her family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It was a little rushed in the end. It was a good story and i look forward tp more. I only wish it were more pages, only127.