Upon the release of her new book The Three Rs, Ashe Barker has rewritten each of the blurb for her books in tweets!
Darkening: A formidable Dom teaches his daughter’s shy music teacher about love, and lust, on The Dark Side
Darker: Eva’s captured his interest, she now has her Dom’s undivided attention. Can she hold his heart?
Darkest: When jealousy and hate shatter their fragile trust, can Eva regain her faith in her Dominant Master?
Unsure: He’s hurt her, terrified her. Now he wants her. Can she find a way to willing submission?
Sure Thing: Desire comes easily, but after he betrayed her faith can she ever trust her Dom/lover with her body as well as her heart?
Surefire: As her violent past catches up with her, can the Dom she’s come to adore to protect her? Will he?
The Three Rs: When an unexpected windfall transforms her life, can she guard her shameful secret from her Dominant new business partner?
Second chances don’t come along that often. But when they do, you grab them with both hands—and hold on tight.
Perfect strangers don’t just leave you a share in their business. Do they? And even if they do, surely the rightful owner won’t just take it lying down…?
Abigail Fischer is about to find out. When a mysterious letter arrives informing her that she’s inherited a controlling interest in a thriving construction firm Abigail thinks it must be a mistake. Or a sick joke. That is until she’s confronted by her new, very angry and very reluctant business partner. Handsome as sin but determined to be rid of her, Cain Parrish is everything Abigail desires—and most fears. Forced to uproot from her safe but dead-end job to help run the firm, Abigail is quickly drawn to her dominant partner. Attuned to her most secret desires, and able to meet them effortlessly, he quickly finds his way past her defences.
But Abigail is not what she seems. Astute in business and a skilled Dom, Cain can easily demand her submission, but can he find his way past Abigail’s carefully constructed façade to discover the shameful secret she’s managed to conceal all her life? And despite her growing enthusiasm for the new opportunities now facing her, Abigail can’t become something she’s not. Or can she? Is it possible to leave the past behind and start over?
When things start to go wrong in their business, and as Abigail’s blunders threaten to sink their small but up to now profitable enterprise, will their delicate personal relationship survive?
Will Cain forgive Abigail’s mistakes or is there a deeper significance to her apparent ineptitude?