by Carolyn Faulkner
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Who said being a dominant Sugar Daddy was going to be easy?
Self-made millionaire Reed Douglas wanted a woman in his life, but he didn't have the time for even the barest of social rituals. Tricia Barton flew down to spend some time with her cousins after the death of her mother, hoping a change of scenery would help her slough off the remnants of depression.
She never expected to have her life turned upside down by her cousin's undeniably hot and very dominant boss who didn't hesitate to suggest that she let him keep her in a style to which she definitely didn't want to become accustomed. But one of the few things left out of their very special arrangement was that she ended up finding herself over his lap more often than not!
- Apt but unnecessarily crude for the classy tone of the story
- Switch foreground and background pictures
- Sexual Mistress
- Sexually charged
- Emotionally demanding
- Walks a blurring line between sexual mistress and D/s relationship
- Due to the above, I was kinda confused throughout the story
- Very odd that prostitution is never address vs. the binding legal contract for sex
- Strong attention to detail and development, and therefore does not feel like a short story (57 pgs) until it abruptly ends in HEA.