Maya Scotton, a young artist with a severe case of painter’s block, is in need of money. When she takes on an office job at a construction company, she finds herself firmly in the sights of the owner, Daniel Foster - a dangerously attractive man with a dark past and particular tastes in bed.
Although she tries to resist him, Maya soon finds herself embroiled in a steamy relationship with Dan. And while he slowly encourages her to paint again, she begins to peel back his layers. At last, when she believes that she's finally come to understand his ways, he has one final secret to reveal … and it's a secret that threatens to blow them apart.
You Don’t Know Me, an erotic romance, is the first book in a trilogy.
About the Author
Hi, and thanks for visiting my author page.
I live in Leicester, in the UK. I have a part-time job, but use every spare moment to indulge in my favourite activity: writing erotic romance. I finished the You Don't Know Me trilogy in February 2017: You Don't Know Me, True Colours and Shut Your Eyes. I'm now working on my next project, an erotic romance novella.
I've been writing since I was about thirteen, trying out different genres for size. In 2014, after reading a few more of my favourite genre, erotic romance, I came up with the idea for You Don't Know Me. I hope you enjoy reading the trilogy as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
During my reading of this book I felt that the drama was a little too much, even now that I know how this book ends. As a slice of life in England I enjoyed the settings, and also the quirky people that populated it.
I liked YDKM. I felt that Maya and Dan were both hiding things from each other for most of the book and I found myself screaming a few times at them both. Maya lands a new job and the owner Dan Foster is hot AF. He definitely runs hot and cold and that was quite frustrating throughout. To me some of the BDSM book type references were tongue in cheek and made me chuckle while I don't think other reviewers took it that way. Maya does get to see a side of Dan nobody else does but that feeling of him holding on to a secret is always there. When it's revealed I thought it was unique and hadn't been done in any other book I've read. I am interested to see where things go in book two.