Justin White may not look like an up-and-coming corporate superstar, but his new boss knows that he has the smarts, grit, and determination to succeed. Now he just has to convince his company's CFO, Eli Ovadia. Unfortunately, Justin can't seem to keep his cool around the domineering Eli, and soon he finds himself taking their heat from the boardroom into the bedroom.
Still haunted by a tragic accident that left him with a wounded leg and broken heart, Eli has a need to be in control. But his desire for Justin makes him want to lose that control and push them both far beyond their limits. Will his need to dominate Justin drive him away, or will Eli find a way to be the man he needs for both of them?
Just business was a funny, sexual, laugh out loud at times, page turner. I read this in one day, I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read more from this author. Definitely a good read but it is quite explicit sexually. Enjoy
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this was a little more traditional BDSM- if you can call BDSM traditional than the first book. the narration was superb as well.
I loved this book. so much so, that I listen to it almost every week. Its just so special. Eli and Justin are so great. We also get to see more of Sam and Michael!
Narrator is also awesome!
I absolutely loved the story line. Some of the sex scenes were tough to get through, but if you can make it through them you'll thoroughly enjoy this!
The story was intresting and unique although I dont like the reader so much. I liked the relationship between the MC's. 3
The characters is coming alive and I can feel the love, anger, despair and sadness. Justin is a sweet guy afraid of not getting to be himself. Eli is one tormented soul. They find love together. And the voice Iggy Toma is oh so good. The only thing missing for me is that Justin should have got a closure to his paste. But I do recommend this book.
This book was really good until about halfway through. I felt like it just kinda fell flat after that. Still a good read/listen though. Anything Iggy Toma reads is good, he can turn a meh story into an enjoyable one!
every moment of this book was bliss and the narration only added to the joy!