REVIEW: Big Swinging D by Tara Sue Me

Posted June 14th, 2019 by in Blog, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Review / 2 comments

Big Swinging D by Tara Sue Me: Maggie is sassy, fun, gregarious, and generous. She enjoys helping others and she’s got a knack for planning events. But she’s not the most organized, including showing up on time. She’s a bit of a free spirit and stuck between two worlds, the one she grew up in and the one she had married into.

Isaac is a demanding boss. He works hard, plays hard, and expects perfection in others. He’s definitely a workaholic, so it’s not hard to believe that it’s hard for him to find a personal assistant who can keep up. He’s in demand, both in business and at the exclusive club where he’s a Dominant.

Maggie has grand plans to continue her job search when she happens to literally run into Isaac. One thing leads to another and he offers her a job as his personal assistant. It’s a rash offer for Isaac, but he can’t help but want to help and protect the seemingly scattered Maggie. There’s an attraction and have a sense there is more between them.

“I think that’s the point.”
“In that case, it’s a stupid point.” Her eyes flashed with something. “And why can’t I call you ‘sir’ here?”
“That sounds an awful lot like a second question and you said you only had one.”
“I forgot I had that one.”

Despite the chaos, Maggie holds her own with Isaac. They are opposites when it comes to organizational skills, but they work well together. Their problem is that both want something else, and Isaac won’t enter into a relationship with an employee, no matter how tempting. They grow closer pretty quickly and she definitely brings out his protective instincts.

“Not really,” she admitted. “But it it’s all I can have for now, I’ll take it.”
“What is it you want?” he asked, not sure if he wanted her to answer or not.
“I’ll let you know tomorrow night, after your session.”

Big Swinging D is fast paced, entertaining, and sexy. Tara Sue Me developed fun characters in an opposites attract romance. Ms. Sue Me provided humor, heat, anticipation, and surprises. Fans of Shelly Bell and Opal Carew will enjoy Big Swinging D.


Book Info:

Publication: June 11th 2019 | After Six Publishing | Wall Street Royals #2

Conquer. Control. Command. They have. They are. They will. They are the Wall Street Royals, men at the top of their game who are about to be mastered by the one thing they never counted on: love.

Don’t miss the second book in the seductively sexy new series by New York Times bestselling author Tara Sue Me.

Big Swinging D: Term used for the baddest badass on Wall Street. That guy. The one other men want to be and that women just want.

Maggie Warren has always been unfocused. She hops from job to job, and relationship to relationship. Most of the time, she’s not even looking where she’s going. Which is exactly what happens when she runs into Isaac Gregory, trips over her feet, and dumps a year’s worth of compost all over his hand-stitched suit and one-of-a-kind leather shoes.

Isaac’s never met anyone like Maggie. She’s nothing like the women he works with, or the submissives he typically dates. Sure, she’s got a knockout body and a wit to match, but she’s a free spirit and hopelessly scattered. He should not be attracted to her. But he is.

After hearing she’s between jobs, he offers her his recently vacated Personal Assistant position. She readily agrees, but isn’t sure why he’d hire her. He’s her exact opposite: structured, organized, and controlled.

Boy, does he like control. And it intrigues her, especially when she discovers his private life.

Isaac’s not surprised when Maggie grows more and more interested in both of the worlds she sees him in: the public boardroom badass and the private well-respected Dominant. He tells her if she’s interested, he has a plan. A plan so hedonistic it could only be proposed by the man nicknamed the Big Swinging D.

But even Wall Street isn’t prepared for the fallout when the king of control falls for the queen of chaos.



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