Author: Jani Kay
Release Date: April 25, 2016
Genre: Erotic Romance
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Forbidden Never Tasted So Sweet.
I’m a lucky girl.
Levi Sinclair Barrington the third and I have an exclusive agreement. Three nights a week. No more, no less.
It’s uncomplicated with no strings attached. Exactly what I need because my career comes first. I’ve worked my ass off to get to the top, and my five year plan is well on track.
I’ve vowed never to get emotionally attached to a man. It just can’t happen or else the secrets of my past will come back to haunt me.
There is one twist though: Levi and I work for competing companies and it’s a recipe for disaster if we get discovered.
Our friends with benefits agreement has to stay a secret. Nobody can ever find out.
I work hard and I play harder. It comes with the territory of being the heir to a billion dollar empire. I’m used to getting what I want and nobody denies me.
Except Montana Marx, the sassy executive who works for our biggest rival.
I have her in my bed three nights a week. We have a good thing going. All the benefits of being in a relationship minus the bullshit.
Until it isn’t enough.
I want more. Much more than she wants to give.
Title: Sex & Secrets
Author: Jani Kay
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 26, 2016
The clicking of heels coming toward us caught my attention. I jerked my head in the direction of the sound. All the breath in my lungs left my body.
Looking sexy as fuck.
A red dress that left very little to the imagination.
All for me.
Mesmerized by the way her hips swayed as she walked, my cock throbbed with appreciation.
How the hell does she do that to me?
She stopped in her tracks, her mouth gaping when she spotted Red clinging to my arm. Without a word, she pivoted on her heels and stormed back toward the open elevator. Even though we’d discussed it before that if we ever were in a situation that was risky or just plain off, we’d get the hell out as fast as we could, I didn’t like it one bit now that it was happening.
Damn the horny redhead.
“No, wait!” I called after Montana, afraid to use her name out loud. “Don’t go. I can explain.”
Jesus. That sounded like the oldest cliché in the book. If I weren’t so afraid she’d get away without giving me a chance to exonerate myself, I’d laugh.
“That’s your girlfriend? Montana Marx? I thought you were gay.”
I didn’t hang around to answer. The elevator doors closed and Montana was gone.
I bolted down the stairwell, taking two steps at a time. I had to stop her. If I didn’t get to her straight away, my chances would be blown. Montana didn’t give second chances. She’d made that very clear from the beginning. No way did I want this screwed up by a stupid misunderstanding.