(Author's note: ALL THREE BOOKS in the trilogy are published: get Suspiciously Obedient and Deliciously Obedient as well!)
From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Julia Kent:
USA Today Bestseller! TOP 10 BOOK ON BARNES & NOBLE for MARCH 2013! All Romance eBooks Bestseller for July 2013! Top 100 AMAZON BESTSELLER! One playboy CEO. One curvy, determined administrative assistant. One hidden camera.What could go wrong?
Lydia Charles is determined to show her boss that getting caught reading Fifty Shades of Grey
in the parking lot can help the company bottom line. Preparing for the biggest work project of her life, a romance book marketing campaign, she never expected that an actual
romance would interfere with the business
of romance. Tough and cynical, her last office relationship exploded in her face. No man was worth it.
Until Matt Jones, a boss she didn't know she had - a boss who took the Director of Social Media job she was gunning for - swept her out of a promotion and off her feet. Lydia didn't want to respect him, much less like him - but her body had a mind of its own, turning traitor in chance encounters. After a steamy elevator episode that left her missing her panties - and most of her resolve - she decided that maybe it was time to let him get inside her - in more ways than one.
When he closed off to her unexpectedly, hurt feelings unleash a torrent of tension, with his order to follow his command triggering malicious obedience - following the exact letter of the law - in her. Interest from Matt's eccentric millionaire friend Jeremy left her hot and bothered, with threesome dreams that made her want to obey - but in the bedroom. Not the boardroom.
What Lydia didn't know was that "Matt" was really Michael Bournham, the CEO of the company, part of an undercover reality television stunt. Keeping his hands off Lydia's luscious curves was becoming an exercise in restraint, but what was harder? Keeping his heart from her. For Michael, Lydia's malicious obedience ignited a night of unbridled passion in the office that made him forget everything - including the rolling cameras - until it was too late.Sometimes the best way to break the rules is to follow them...