Casual Fridays by Bridget Midway

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Genre: BDSM Multicultural

Cherish Burke has it all: a large corner office and a very efficient, if not sexy, assistant. As a high-level executive at Stratum Corporation, and one of two African-American directors, she has her sights set on becoming president of the business someday. In the meantime, she harbors fantasies about someone else taking over all of her responsibilities…but not at work. From the BDSM novels she’s read, she's learned to lust for a Dom who can control her. Who knew that that Dom could be her assistant?

Perry Stone fought to be Cherish Burke’s executive assistant. Who wouldn’t want to work for the woman? She’s made huge strides in the business world. Plus she’s not bad on the eyes. When he catches her after work reading some daring books, he discovers a sexy side of her that he never suspected.

When they start a strictly BDSM relationship, Perry wonders if Cherish can see beyond his status and job to want him to be in her life always. Cherish doesn’t know if Perry is using her just like so many before have done. Can they have a relationship that can last, or should they just keep it to casual Fridays?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Domination/submission theme and elements, bondage, wax play.
 

About Bridget Midway

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Don't let the 1940's-sounding name fool you! Though she may sound sweet, Bridget Midway writes what everyone else fantasizes about. An avid writer for all things fun, unusual and passionate, she enjoys making her readers laugh as much as she likes seeing them fan themselves down after reading a hot, sexy scene. She writes long contemporary romance, single-title romance, some light paranormal romances, science fiction, historicals and erotica, all with multi-racial characters and/or with interracial romances (because when you have a box of chocolates, you have to taste each one and enjoy the differences). Some of her short stories have been published by The Sun magazine. She was a finalist for the title of Sexiest Fiction Writer sponsored by BetterSex.com.
 
Published April 27, 2010 by Loose Id LLC. 106 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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