The Dominant (The Submissive Series #2) (Paperback)
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The second tantalizing novel in Tara Sue Me's New York Times bestselling Submissive series…
Nathaniel West doesn’t lose control. As the playboy CEO of West Industries, he governs the boardroom during the day; as a strict dominant with exacting rules, he commands the bedroom at night. He never takes on inexperienced submissives, but when Abigail King’s application comes across his desk, he breaks his own restrictions and decides to test her limits.
Abby’s combination of innocence and willingness is intoxicating, and Nathaniel is soon determined to collar her as his own. As long as she follows his orders and surrenders herself fully to him, no one will get hurt.
But when Nathaniel begins falling for Abby on a deeper level, he realizes that the trust must go both ways—and he has secrets which could bring the foundations of their entire relationship crashing down...
About the Author
Tara Sue Me wrote her first novel at the age of twelve. Twenty years later, after penning several traditional romances, she decided to try her hand at something spicier and started work on The Submissive, and soon followed that with The Dominant, The Training, Seduced by Fire, The Enticement, The Exhibitionist, The Master, The Exposure, and The Flirtation. The series has become a huge hit with readers around the world, and has been read and reread millions of times.
Tara kept her identity and her writing life secret, not even telling her husband what she was working on. To this day, only a handful of people know the truth (though she has told her husband). They live together in the southeastern United States with their two children.
Praise for the Submissive Series
“I was blown away.”—The Good, the Bad, and the Unread
“Very spicy…Well written and certainly entertaining.”—Dear Author
“Very passionate…Intense and very, VERY H-O-T. Definitely worth reading!”—Harlequin Junkie
“For those Fifty Shades fans pining for a little more spice on their e-reader.”—Los Angeles Times
“This book is going to make you say ‘Fifty What of What?’...[Me] is so talented and captivating.”—Southern Fiction Review