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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Review – Management Skills By January Rowe

Management SkillsTitle: Management Skills

Author: January Rowe

Publisher: Carina Press

Buy Link: Buy Management Skills Here!  

Rating: You Could Read

Reviewed by: Gabrielle


When CEO Grant Edmonds meets with his new production manager, he immediately recognizes her as Silver, an exotic dancer who once mesmerized him at an exclusive fetish club. Though he was forbidden from pursuing her back then, there's nothing standing in his way now. He's not looking for an after-hours fling—he wants to own her. In every way.

As much as Allie Fairfax tries to deny her past, and the way her body responds to Grant, she soon finds herself having mind-blowing sex with the boss. Despite her own desire to surrender to Grant's sexual authority, she's not willing to risk her career. After all, she's been owned before, and it ended badly.

It's all or nothing for Grant. If Allie wants more of the fiercest orgasms she's ever experienced, she must consent to his rules...


When Allie arrives at her new job her boss recognizes her from a job he did in the past. Years ago Allie used erotic dancing to help her pay her bills. Now she is becoming a known player in her field of work and worries that her boss thinks she is fast and easy. Instead of firing her Grant surprises Allie by asking to be her Master. Can Allie forget her past and let her heart rule or will she loose her chance at a happy ever after?

This book is a quick read. Allie must deal with her past and decide on her future. She is a smart woman who takes chances with her heart. We get to see a lot from Allie as she makes her mind up. This book is a hot read but I had a hard time connecting with Allie and Grant. I just couldn’t feel the spark between them.  I did enjoy Pilar and the friendship that the two woman share. It was a nice touch to see their friendship and the interaction between the girls.  Although I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I wanted to, I will be looking for more books from this author to find one I enjoy more.

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