Series: Masters of Tabu, book 1
Genres: Erotic Romance
Published on February 14, 2013
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Marcus Knight, entrepreneur and CEO of Knight Enterprises, is a Dom with a darker side. After a nasty divorce, he’s sworn off any emotional involvement with any woman. By accident he meets a woman at a party when he travels to New York City for business. She’s too young and inexperienced with his lifestyle. Or so he thinks.
Khari Bradford, small town girl in search of fame and fortune on the Broadway stage. On a chance meeting, she meets an older man who captivates her. Within a short time, she becomes his newest submissive, but wonders how she ended up with him instead of on Broadway.
Will her new aspiration have her lose both dreams, Broadway and her Knight after discovering he has no intentions of staying in New York or with her? Will Marcus return to Dallas and give Khari her dream, but lose the woman who makes his heart sing?
I couldn’t put this book down. I got it yesterday afternoon and finished it last night. It was steaming hot and full of intensity. I love how Khari overcame her insecurities of being a small town girl and him being an older more sophisticated man. It took her a while, and he finally beat her to the punch, but after six long months she sees Marcus. And her knees tremble and her heart races.
Marcus was hot as hell! I loved that we were introduced to his friends and the co-owners of Club Tabu. I can’t wait to read more about them.
Gray Dixon is a new-to-me author, but she is awesome. I didn’t find the glaring typos and grammatical errors that I’ve been finding in a lot of the books I’ve been reading lately. She did a very good job of drawing you in and feeling the characters emotions. She writes BDSM very well!
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