$10 GIVEAWAY and a signed copy of Slave to Love by Julie A. Richman

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$10 GIVEAWAY and a signed copy of Slave to Love by Julie A. Richman

$10 GIVEAWAY and a signed copy of Slave to Love by Julie A. Richman

Slave to Love

Julie Richman

Published on 1/14/2016

Genres: Contemporary, Romance
There are risks to mixing business with pleasure...
He was a royal prick.
The night we met, he ignored me.
Then Mr. Big Shot CEO grabbed my ass in a business meeting.
My boss just loaned me out to this guy.
Now, we’re working on a major project together.
And our chemistry is dangerous.
If I allow it to ignite, I’ll risk losing that promotion.
Worse, what if I lose myself in him?
From the moment I saw her I knew she was trouble.
It was the combination of her fresh face, smart mouth and nipples that seemed to know my name.
This woman could satisfy my needs both in the boardroom and the bedroom.
But there was more to it than that.
I wanted her.
Really wanted her.
And I was in the position to change the course of her life.
Slave to Love is a full-length stand-alone contemporary romance by USA Today Bestseller Julie A. Richman.
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Parking the Lotus, I quickly head to her side to help her out. She gives me a look and I laugh, “I’m only trying to be a gentleman.” I feign innocence.
“Mmm-hmm.” Even her mmm-hmm is dripping sarcasm.
Not commando. White lace. Oh God, she’s destroying me. I want to rip them off and lower her onto my lap. Impale her and discover what kissing does to her with my cock inside her.
Damn it. Will I be able to keep the promises I want to make?
Our waiter comes by and I order two Manhattans, smiling at Sierra.
“Craving cherries?” Her eyebrows are raised.
Oh man, she really is going to kill me tonight.
“Only if they are yours.”
“You want mine?” she asks and I can see she feels it. She feels our energy.
“More than you can imagine.”
“I would hate to deny you.”
“Good girl. Then don’t.”
The waiter places the Martini glasses in front of us and I lift mine, “Good to see you again.” And I hope she can see how sincere I am.
“Good to see you.” She takes a sip and her nose scrunches up. “This tastes different.”
“They make theirs with rye whiskey instead of bourbon.”
Another two sips and the cherry is no longer submerged. Sierra reaches into the glass and plucks it out. About ready to pop it into her mouth, she catches my eye and smiles. She’s just messing with me. Reaching out, I grasp her slender wrist and slowly pull it to me. Taking the tips of her thumb and forefinger into my mouth, I suck the cherry out from between her fingers and show it to her on my tongue before slowly chewing it, a smile firmly planted on my face.
I’m still holding her wrist and with my free hand, I signal to the waiter for two more.
“We need to talk, Hale.”
I can see she is struggling. We are in such dangerous territory and we escalate there quickly and too easily. She is clearly unnerved and I’m not sure if it’s by her own behavior, mine or what happens when we’re together. Her eyes search mine as if she is hoping to find some truth. I loosen my hold on her wrist and pick up my drink.
“Let me start by first saying something I have yet to say to you. I’m sorry, Sierra. I’m sorry I disrespected you.”

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About Julie Richman

Julie Richman

I must’ve been 5 or 6 when I started writing “stories”. I would write them and hide them.

Not wanting anyone to see my “secret” thoughts. I needed to write – even back then. Now I’m just not hiding them anymore. Is that a sign of maturity? Nah…

Writer, photographer, insatiable wanderluster, edge-player, foodie, music addict, pop culture fanatic, animal lover, warrior for the rights of people and planet, and avid cusser (am a Native
New Yorker, so very little offends me…and if I am offended, it must be pretty freaking bad..like
bad grammar!)

I am a big believer in signs and if we keep ourselves open, there are guideposts all along the way. Stay humble. Be true. Be you.

Life is not a dress rehearsal…


67 Responses to “$10 GIVEAWAY and a signed copy of Slave to Love by Julie A. Richman”

  1. QuenKne Ma

    In today’s world where it is getting more and more difficult to meet people, I feel that if the right person came along, I’d definitely mix business with pleasure.

  2. Dawn Pearson

    Would completely depend on the other person and the situation. I’ve done it before and it can make business more pleasurable or much harder.

  3. Giulia Mancosu

    Thank you very much for this amazing opportunity!!! Answer your question, I might for the right person! I wish you all the best!! Kisses from Italy!

  4. Jeri Entler

    oooo tough one. probably not, but then you never know, stranger things have happened ☺

  5. Bethany Elaine Macielag

    I have mixed business with pleasure, somewhat, previously, but it was nothing too serious.
    I would do it with someone I really felt was worth it, even if things didnt work out in the end.
    If things didn’t work out, the worst thing would be if the guy found another female coworker to take my place.

  6. Heather Scully

    Mix business with pleasure? Yes. I would. I have. Mixed results. *shrug* Most likely do it again though. Lol *Glutton for Punishment* ??❤

    Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance. ??❤???

  7. MJ Symmonds

    Sure why not. It might end up being something wonderful and if not oh well you’ll never know if you don’t try.

  8. Maria McNamara

    I think if the draw to each other was that strong it would probably happen, but would be scary if working together. If it goes bad it gets real bad!

  9. Trudy Dowling

    I will have to leave my options open. The minute I say never, something/someone will make me want to change my decision.

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