Take Me - Lucia Jordan

Take Me

By Lucia Jordan

  • Release Date: 2014-09-18
  • Genre: Erotic Romance
  • Size: 589.19 KB
Score: 4
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Description

Here is the first book of the ‘Take Me’ Series, a seriously hot and provocative romance by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion with searing depictions of sex and emotion.

The promotion sounded incredible—4 days and 3 nights in a secluded inn near the base of the mountains. It was for two people and when Lisa bought it she planned to go with her boyfriend Brad—the perfect romantic escape. But when Brad moves out, without so much as a look back, Lisa no longer has anyone to holiday with, and is tempted to cancel…the only problem is, the promotion is non-refundable.
Lisa decides to go to the inn anyway—after all, she hasn’t had a vacation in years, and what better way to mend a broken heart than by drinking champagne in a hot tub near a snow topped mountain?
But as soon as Lisa steps off the plan, her eyes fall on the ravishingly sexy body of the inn’s owner—Morgan Black. The man is stunningly hot with a smile that makes her heart stop and a body that seems designed to make her crazy with desire. Since the weather has turned nasty, Lisa is the only guest, and Morgan quickly puts to rest her worries that she might be bored holidaying all alone.
With a new twist on the game of hide and seek and some smoking hot sex, the twosome turn the long day and night into a ecstasy filled moment in time, which is shattered by the arrival of Lisa’s ex.
How will Morgan react to the intrusion of another man into his dominant-submissive sexual arena? And how will Lisa respond to the arrival of her ex—the man she used to love, but whose appeal is fast fading into nothing?

This ebook contains very hot and explicit descriptions of romantic activity. Only mature readers should download this book.

Reviews

  • Take me by Lucia Jordan

    5
    By Missy838992
    Cliff hanger - want to know what happens now as Brad showed up - How will this impact the Dom/Sub relationship Morgan started
  • Take Me Book 1 by Lucia Jordan downloaded from iBooks

    4
    By ssbangles
    Ms Jordan writes with an edge which makes her stories a compelling read. Anxious to read the rest of this story.
  • It’s not enough!

    5
    By BookFan19
    Take Me will whet your appetite and leave you hungry for more. I know I am!
  • Take Me

    4
    By BusyMamaOfTwo
    A good, quick read. I can’t wait to read how it ends.
  • Take Me by Lucia Jordan

    4
    By Nicole2720
    I liked how Lisa got over her boyfriend leaving. Now that he’s back I hope she leaves him for happiness. Another good book.
  • Take Me Book 1 by Lucia Jordan on iBooks

    5
    By DesiriIlana
    This book was definitely interesting. I was curious as to what happened with Lisa and Brad also secretly rooting for her to hook up with Morgan. Now I’m rooting for her and Morgan wholeheartedly and waiting to see what happens with Brad’s surprise pop up
  • AWESOME!

    5
    By GirlzRule17
    I loved reading this so much; but the cliffhanger at the end though! It was so good and at the same time I was yelling ‘no’ in my head; I cannot wait to see what happens next! I love all of Lucia Jordan’s books!!!♥️
  • Awesome!

    5
    By katiejessie
    The book pulls you in within the first few pages and leaves you wanting more at the end! Definite shocker!
  • Hmmmm.....

    5
    By Gamer8408
    Even though it’s snowing there it’s hot and steaming and it has left me cushions at to how it is.... great read!
  • Take me

    3
    By XZXCERPT
    The first series was okay so far. It all went by pretty fast. A bit too straight forward. I felt like there was no real build up to the finally. And when they were finally together there was no communication. But overall great storyline so far and can’t wait to see what happens now that he came back!!!

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