Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Review + Giveaway: Crossing the Line by Megan Hart


5 Rules for Sexy Play in the Workplace!

1. Know the company policy;—You just got an opportunity to finally snag that sweet corner office. The last thing you need is a wicked distraction….

2. Don't date your boss—Sure, Jamison Wolfe has a smile that could send a woman into instant orgasmic joy. But more important, he's your strict, control-freakish boss. Your hot, sexy, control-freakish boss.

3. Keep PDA out of the office—Okay, so you slipped up. Once. It was just the temptation of having Jamison at your complete naked mercy.

4. Prepare for the worst—This can't go anywhere. You know it, he knows it. So why stop now?

5. Be discreet—Even when it gets more intense. Even when you push every limit you both possess…

~*Review by Jodie Rae*~

I rated Crossing the Line by Megan Hart FOUR LEAVES!! 
Megan Hart does it again.  I typically sit and count the days until the next Megan Hart novel releases.  Let's just say it was worth the wait; this book did not disappoint! 

Crossing the Line is another Megan Hart classic. In this she creates another set of memorable characters and a story that leaves you hanging every word; loving it until it was over. This is the PERFECT book for reading at the pool or at the beach! This book was a great fun, light, sexy easy read. After reading two very intense novels, this was a great one to use as an in between when I just need a break from the thinking of other books.   
Caite Fox has worked at Wolfe and Barron for 8 months. A job that she loves, more than just the job she also has been in lust with Jamison Wolfe, her hot boss, for as long as she has been working there. She has been swooning over him since the day he hired her and although he knows they make a great professional team she never ever thinks that he will ever reciprocate her feelings....until one day. Caite takes a leap.  
Caite has pushed Jamison boundaries and they soon find out that Jamison enjoys being the submissive in the relationship.  I'm not really fond on reading about men being the submissive in stories but for this book it worked. 

The story is short, but just like all of Megan's books they are about realistic characters, wonderful dialogue, and steamy sex. I would without a doubt have enjoyed reading this as a full length novel.  The book ended with no unanswered questions and thank goodness no cliffhanger!

~*About the Author*~
When she was in third grade, Megan Hart fell in love for the first time. Not with a boy (that would wait until fourth grade), but with a story. Homecoming by Ray Bradbury leaped out at her from the pages of a library book, and she tumbled head over heels. In the dark ages, before the days of photocopiers, the only way for her to keep a copy of this story was to copy it out by hand so she could read it over and over again. Something funny happened, though, as she carefully printed it on lined notebook paper.
She made "improvements."
At age twelve, reading Stephen King's The Stand for the first time one memorable summer, it occurred to her that people really did write books for a living. That's when she decided to become an author.
Megan began writing short fantasy, horror and science fiction before graduating to novel-length romances. In 1998, now a stay-home mom, Megan took up writing in earnest, attending her first writing conference and getting her first request for a full manuscript. In 2002 she saw her first book in print, and she hasn't stopped since.
She's published in almost every genre of romantic fiction, including historical, contemporary, romantic suspense, romantic comedy, futuristic, fantasy and perhaps most notably, erotic. She also writes non-erotic fantasy and science fiction, as well as continuing to occasionally dabble in horror.
Megan's goal is to continue writing spicy, thrilling love stories with a twist. Her dream is to have a movie made of every one of her novels, starring herself as the heroine and Keanu Reeves as the hero. Megan lives in the deep, dark woods with her husband and two monsters…er…children.

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