Training Tessa (Hot Texas Bosses)

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
In this New York Times Best-seller and its sequels--Controlling Krysta and Mastering Mari--Lyla Sinclair creates the most intriguing billionaire cowboy bosses a girl could imagine, each with his own unique take on spanking and domination. And his own special way of melting a woman's resistance...body, mind, and soul.

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About Lyla Sinclair

Lyla loves to be alone at sunset, dreaming up new erotic encounters to satisfy her readers' cravings. But most of the day, she can be found lying on the beach, surrounded by nubile young bodies, all of whom are at her beck and call. Eyes closed, sun warming her scantily clad body, she dictates her most lurid fantasies to one of her young sex-slaves as she’s massaged, manicured and lulled to sleep by a nude Spanish guitarist. These catnaps are important, since her nights are spent gorging herself on young men and chocolate (though she never, ever gains weight).

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Reviews of Training Tessa (Hot Texas Bosses) by Lyla Sinclair

Julie Raust reviewed on Jan. 2, 2014

I usually avoid the BDSM books and cliffhanger endings but I'm glad I read this one. It was a lot for a free read including: sex, kink, love, jealousy, and more. I hated and loved the brothers - Dix and Mason, but by the end I accepted who they were and wanted more. I will be reading the next book in the series. I hope the brothers find their happily ever afters.
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Fortunata reviewed on Nov. 2, 2012

This was a good story, but could have used a little more detail in the early going to help make the developement of later situations believable to the reader. (Suspension of disbelief is important) I also found the ending to be abrupt and unsatisfying; although it made me want more and I suppose that's a good thng. Overall, a good read.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)
Lisa Gonzalez reviewed on Oct. 31, 2012

I will admit I was angry at the way it ended! Ugh I need to know now LOL! I enjoyed this book. Can't wait to read the rest of the series!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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