- Loose Id
- Release Date
- July 2015
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Poor little rich girl, Cassandra J Fox, is a tabloid journalist on a mission--to avenge her parents. The man she holds responsible for their deaths, Senator Stringfellow, has thus far escaped her attempts to expose his dirty deeds. Now she has the tip of a lifetime: he keeps a secret office inside The Commanders Club, a Chicago BDSM club and training facility. All she has to do to get the goods on him is to sign up as a submissive. The only problem is she's a virgin.
Undercover FBI Special Agent Ty Dragon is shocked to see the snoopy socialite-turned-tabloid reporter assigned to be his submissive trainee. The only thing saving her neck and his mission is that the mobsters running the club don't recognize her. He plans to keep it that way while setting up the Club's implosion. Cassandra makes a deal: she'll stay and pretend to be the perfect little submissive he wants as long as he helps her get the proof she's looked for half her life. He agrees humoring her and later is surprised to find her suspicions to be well founded. But, will he act in time to save her?
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released by another publisher, but it has been substantially re-edited and revised for this release.
Oct 24, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
76 people found the following review helpful
Some reporters will do anything for a story, but Cassandra J. Fox pulls out all the stops.
In THE COMMANDER'S CLUB, author Honey Jans puts Cassandra on the scent of a story that lands her in a BDSM club. There, she's required to serve as a submissive to a man who has secrets of his own.
One of the key requirements of the BDSM lifestyle is to ensure the play is safe, sane and consensual. While I was initially concerned about Cassandra's motives since she was looking for a story as a form of revenge, it was soon apparent that she was a willing participant in anything Ty Dragon wanted to dish out.
The heat level is nice and steamy, just right for the BDSM elements. While the storyline itself wasn't as exciting as I had hoped, it turned out to be a satisfying book.
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