Stare Him Down (Stare Down)
***This book can be read as a standalone. It contains NO cliffhanger*** When he agreed to walk away from the lifestyle for her, he never expected she'd subversively push him back into it. Until she did... After tragedy stole the only man James Barrington looked up to, his perfect and orderly life... show more
***This book can be read as a standalone. It contains NO cliffhanger*** When he agreed to walk away from the lifestyle for her, he never expected she'd subversively push him back into it. Until she did... After tragedy stole the only man James Barrington looked up to, his perfect and orderly life hit a brick wall. One minute he was the right-hand man to the owner of the company, and in the next he was the boss fighting to stop a hostile takeover the only way he knew how. He needed to marry his late mentor's over-protected daughter, Michaela Donavan, and stay married to her until the threat to the company was averted. Circumstances may have forced them to enter into a marriage of convenience in order to keep her father's legacy alive, but the moment that legacy was secured they'd both be free to go their separate ways. Michaela knew this may be her only opportunity to finally get the one man she has always fantasized about. She's spent years studying him. Idolizing him. Wanting him in a way she wanted no other. And now? Well, her father always told her to seize whatever good came out of the bad, and Michaela was ready to do just that. Heartbroken over what happened, and faced with the task of saving the company, she sees James' sensible offer as the perfect solution. A way to achieve two things she desired most at one time. James may consider this a marriage of convenience, but she's determined to covertly change his mind on the matter. One submissive tease at a time.
Publish date: 2016-05-30
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2010-12-22)
Pages no: 380
Edition language: English
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. This is book three in the Stare Down series, and I have not read the other books. I didn't feel I was missing anything in this book that could have come from the others, so I'm assuming that these can be read as stand al...