As I mentioned in the previous entry, I’ve written a new blurb for ‘At her boss’s command’. I already put it on Hannah’s webpages and the Crimson House Books’ main webpages, but here it is to you as well, as promised:
“Turn around, slowly,” she commanded him with her most assertive voice.
“Why? Are you armed?” The question was more amused than frightened to Emily's annoyance, and it was asked with a nicely cultured rich tenor unlike any criminal should have.
“Yes, I am.”
It is a battle of wills between Emily Parr and Conor Peters from their first encounter. But when one is the boss and the other his PA, the battle is never balanced. Emily's job depends on Conor and she wants to convince him she is worth employing, and Conor is not above finding out just how far she is willing to go to keep her job. Little by little, their power game moves to a different level where she realises that obeying his every order is exhilarating and he finds how having a strong woman at his command can banish the memory of a treacherous ex-wife to the point that his heart becomes involved.
But everything is not well in the firm Conor is in charge of. Someone has been embezzling its funds and the evidence points to Emily. Now he needs to find the real perpetrator or see the woman who has become essential to his wellbeing jailed. Emily, for her part, has to decide if she can give her heart to a man who doesn’t trust him.
And then the threatening notes start to arrive.
If you want to read more, there is a new excerpt for the book too. It’s still a work in progress, because I haven’t finished tinkering with it and my editor hasn’t even started with it yet, but I hope you will enjoy it nonetheless.
As for the Wolf’s Call, the current ranking is below top 100 again. Stay tuned.