The Agreement By S.E Lund
Journalism graduate student Kate McDermott is a good girl who has done everything she can to please her very powerful and domineering father — a Justice on New York’s Supreme Court with hopes for political office. When she decides to write an article about BDSM in popular culture, she tells herself it’s just research and nothing personal for she can’t afford to become the target of gossip or scandal. She hopes that the carefully worded agreement she writes up will keep her relationship with the Dominant she will interview strictly professional.
Then ‘Master D’ – Drake Morgan – walks into the interview and Kate is mortified for not only is he gorgeous, he’s the son of her father’s best and oldest friend…
Drake Morgan, MD, bass player, philanthropist – Dominant. Known as Master ‘D’ in Manhattan’s BDSM Community, Drake must keep the kinky side of his life secret to protect his very successful career as a neurosurgeon. After a heartbreaking divorce, Drake doesn’t do girlfriends, he doesn’t do sleepovers, and he certainly doesn’t do breakfast in bed the morning after. He keeps everything in his well-ordered life separate and under his firm control.
Then Kate McDermott crosses his path and screws everything up. Now, nothing is neat and tidy anymore, and no longer under control for Drake is smitten and things are going to get messy…
From Amazon Bestselling Romance author S. E. Lund comes a story of two people who find themselves in each other’s arms. The Agreement will stay with you long after you read the final page.
Journalism graduate Kate McDermott decides that she wants to write an article about the BDSM lifestyle and she’s convinced herself that it’s all just for research purposes until she is paired up with “Master D” AKA Drake Morgan, who turns out to be not only a talented, successful neurosurgeon but also the son of her fathers best friend. What starts out as a research assignment for Kate turns into an enlightenment into her own sexual awakening. This book actually started off interesting and promising but then it was all down hill from there. The story line was repetitive, and a predictable “50 shades” cliche. The characters were weak, the sex was nothing new, Kate’s friend was so annoying and so over the top and the dialogue between Drake and Kate was at times so over-done and childish. Unfortunately I found this book pretty boring and long yes I know harsh but honest. Narrated by Emma Wilder.