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The Backdoor Billionaire's Bride (Billionaire Brides) (Volume 1)
Roz Lee
State of Mind
Trade Paperback
978 0986399992
****1/2


     After Ford Adams' father passed away, Ford inherited the family business. Looking into the financials, he soon realizes that the business is in deep trouble. The situation wouldn't have hurt him or his income, but it would devastate his mother's living situation and the small town.
     Betty Jean Parker was his father's right hand, helping to run the business as best as she could. Surprised that she inherited a portion of the business, she was even more shaken when she found that they were about to close the doors. When Ford came up with an idea on how to save the business and the town, Betty Jean reluctantly agreed. The only problem was, she had no idea what she was getting herself into.
     The Backdoor Billionaire's Bride is an excellent story with an exceptional twist. Roz Lee pens a sexy, steamy, alluring tale that is sure to please while taking her readers on an exhilarating ride.
Kitty Lane

 

Spring Training 
Roz Lee
State of Mind Publishing
E-book
978 0991168712
****


     Todd is a baseball player going to spring training camp and has to leave his sub Brooke while he does this. While he is away, he has his fellow Dom, Frank, stay at his house to take care of his place and Brooke. The couple had met Frank at their favorite club called "The Dungeon." This move could be the downfall for Todd and Brooke, as Frank has his own plans for what is to go on while Todd is away. Can the couple survive the separation and the addition of a new Dom?
     This was an overall good book. The characters are well written, and the plot was very convincing. It was shocking to read such a realistic portrayal of the BDSM lifestyle in a book that is probably being marketed as general fiction with an erotic twist. For me, the only drawback was that Frank's character might have been written too over-the-top mean.
Lenore Lovecraft