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- Publication Date: June 9, 2018
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- Language: English
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TYCOON: His Money. His Harley. His Control. (Taking Charge. Blazing Romance Suspense. Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Mary Austen will find a scared dog one night and take him in. She will do everything to try and locate his owner, and after two weeks, when she has completely fallen in love with the little fellow, she will get that dreaded call from a man named Mason. Showing up on his Harley, he is the epitome of a bad boy biker with long hair and his leather. But when the dog sees his master, it is obvious; he is the true owner.
The plot will have the meeting of Mason and Mary when he comes to get his missing dog, Pete. There will be month go by before they meet up again. All Mason knows about her, is her name and that she is a novelist, but that is more than she knows about him.
“Take enough risks, get your fingers burned enough times, and you learn there’s always a tomorrow. Leaps of faith will always reward you. If you fail, you’ll learn from the experience.”
So many things will happen that make it hard for Mason and Mary to get together. When Mason’s partner and mentor is rushed to the hospital with a heart attack, he will have to devote time to that situation, especially when the medical mystery is revealed. Mary has been recovering from pneumonia and had a setback herself. It is as if the fates are stacked against them getting together.
Some questionable incidences have taken place at the office that alert Mason and his security team. Now that they are down to deadlines on bids on a building, it is apparent there is a mole in their midst. Mason is pulled in several directions that make getting time with Mary difficult. Their phone conversations are loaded with sexual innuendos and includes talking about spankings. What starts as an off the wall remark in play with eventually play out between them.
“My dad used to say it’s what people do that matters, not what they say. I never truly understood the truth of those words until this minute.”
“Open a door, sweetheart, and you can bet I’ll walk through it! Our attraction was genuine, and so are you. I sensed from the start, but I’m worried my lifestyle will be intimidating. I still am.”
The story has mystery, suspense, danger, angst, deceit, betrayal, secrets, and new beginnings. The fact that both Mary and Mason don’t reveal their full identities at first allows for plenty of exciting mystery. With Mason, he wants to know that she really wants him, not what he has or can give her. But when she learns he figured out her penname she is upset. There is plenty of sexual attraction between them, and the chemistry doesn’t fade. He is a dominant and has several lessons to teach his naughty novelist; he even wants to help her play out scenarios from her books.
“I want to be with you. I’ll stay at your house if you’re uncomfortable in mine, I don’t care. I’m a person who makes things happen, and I want us to happen. You and me. What do you say? Are we on the same page?”
“Mason, forget the same page, she said softly. “We’re in the same sentence.”
“It was a dream, one that was coming true. Mason was her fantasy man, the man she’d imagined when writing her books. Sweet, but tough, a handsome, successful, Harley-riding biker and animal lover. Most of all, he was a strong, loving Dominant with a warm, caring heart.”
Maybe it's me, but Mason didn't come across as being very dominant, and Mary didn't come across as being very submissive. Maybe they were just playing roles based on her books and I missed it.
They were cute, and adding in Pete, the dog, they were really cute. I didn't feel any real heat or chemistry between them.
The secondary storyline about the business detail, possible mob connections, and the underhanded deed was more interesting. I wish more time had been spent on that part.
A cute, quick read that was just ok. The Mason/Mary romance did absolutely nothing for me.
Mason is attracted to her too, especially because she doesn’t know he’s wealthy. He felt a spark, and he can’t wait to get back in touch with her. But all kinds of obstacles are thrown in their path. By the time they finally got together I think I was as excited as Mary. This is a sweet, super sexy book with villains right under their nose. Entertaining and page-turning. A book I’ll be reading again.