At His Mercy: The Billionaire's Beck and Call, Part 2 (A BDSM Erotic Romance)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When dashing billionaire, Chase Drake, tells his assistant he won't lose control again and punish her, she's determined to prove him wrong. But he remains true to his word, frustrating her and making her wonder if the connection they had was all in her head.

This is the second part of the "Billionaire's Beck and Call" series by best selling erotica author, Delilah Fawkes. More

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About Delilah Fawkes

Delilah Fawkes is the best-selling erotic romance author of "The Billionaire's Beck and Call" series, selling more than 150,000 e-books in 2012.

She's known for sizzling romances with red hot alpha males you'll fall in love with and strong women who capture their hearts. If you like your romance gripping, fast-paced, and dripping with sinful love scenes, you've got to check out what Delilah has to offer.

Delilah Fawkes always delights in bringing you the very best in erotic and contemporary romance!

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Reviews

Review by: Amy Gowan on Nov. 17, 2012 :
Love it! Love it! Love it!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: N. S. Charles on June 26, 2012 :
As stated previously, "The Billionaire's Beck and Call" is a story tried and true, "Fifty" tested and approved. Chase Drake is a larger than life, dominant, confident billionaire and Isabeau Willcox is his not-so-submissive, strong-willed secretary.

"Beck and Call" isn't just something in the vein of "Fifty", it transcends it. Miss Fawkes isn't afraid of pacing, isn't afraid to build story, isn't afraid to build tension, and isn't afraid to use dirty words.

There is no "down there" here. The writing is poignant and dirty. It refuses to baby us by making us believe we're reading sex when we aren't. Chase Drake is imposing and real, and like stated before, you know him before you know him. He's predictable in his ways, but his characterization refuses to accept that. You know he's going to make you ask for it, but when he does, you're hot and bothered and wanting it already. He brings it out of you, out of Isabeau, and that is the the true power behind Delilah's words. It isn't a story when you read it, it's an experience.

Bravo, Miss Fawkes.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Laurence Ford on June 25, 2012 :
Ah! I was looking forward to this so hard and I'm drooling all over my keyboard. Great job as usual, this series just keeps getting hotter and hotter...
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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