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on 5 Mar 2015
Step into the world of timid Jess Lockhart as she flirts with danger in the form of billionaire Ellis McKenna, her handsome but troubled boss in How to Seduce A Billionaire by Portia Da Costa.
Written by the New York Times best-selling author of The Accidental Call Girl and In Too Deep, this erotic novel explores the relationship between Jess and Ellis as they struggle with his tragic past and their forbidden pleasure.
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Read on below for a sexy extract from the novel…
A Sneak Preview of How to Seduce a Billionaire:
She walked toward him like a goddess, her head held high, her eyes clear and confident. If he'd been a real Dom, he'd have reprimanded her, but he was just a man playing an erotic game, for diversion, with a beautiful and exceptional woman.
"Stand very still," he instructed her when she reached him. He could smell a faint whiff of her light and delectable floral toilette water, and it almost made him sway with desire. Almost made him grab her and hug her and kiss her and sweep her up in his arms, to carry her to bed and simply and delightfully make love to her.
But, he'd promised her an experience. Something to add to her repertoire, so he'd better deliver on his promised 'masterful' act.
He looked down into her eyes, and for a moment, she looked back, unfazed. But then, like the good submissive of fiction, she lowered her gaze. Respectfully? Well, a good approximation of it. She was a damn good actress when she wanted to be. But he'd seem the ghost of a grin she'd let slip before she'd looked down.
"You're a very wayward submissive, Ms Lockhart. You don't seem to have any respect for authority at all. I was going to allow you a glass of champagne before we started… to calm your nerves… but I'm not sure now that you deserve it."
Goddamn, the bubbly wasn't for her, it was for him!
She didn't respond, or even move a muscle, but he knew somehow that she would love a glass of champagne. In the brief time they'd been together, she'd taken quite a liking to it, and in a cool, detached, almost melancholy moment, he resolved that when they parted, he would send her a case of whatever marque she preferred, on a regular basis.
Enough of that. The moment is now. There's no future… and no past. Just us. Playing.
"However, I'm feeling magnanimous, so I think we will have a little champagne, first, before I start touching you."
See more novels by Portia Da Costa here.
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