Lila Carmichael’s new boss, the rich, powerful CEO of Wolfe Enterprises, also happens to be her intensely obsessive new lover. Which works just fine for Lila. He’s a specimen of masculine beauty and so erotically skilled that Lila has no desire to leave his bed let alone his life. Somehow Alexander has very convincingly charmed open the floodgates of Lila’s sexuality. Under Alexander’s potent influence, Lila has undergone a thorough transformation from demure virgin to lusty goddess in just two days. Given her upbringing, it’s only natural that Lila would be attracted to such a pinnacle of stability, but as emotion and lust entwine, she begins to question the motives behind her covetous, hedonistic desires.
Alexander Wolfe is addicted. Against his better judgment and despite years of carefully-honed discipline, he is suffering from a desire so profound he is powerless to deny his new lover – and assistant – anything she asks of him. The mere touch of her cool fingertips or the light kiss of her plush, perfect lips is enough to drive him to the brink. And there’s much more to it than that. It’s the thread of underlying, intangible fragility in her that rouses every protective instinct he possesses. The difficulties of his past have ensured that his protective instincts are fiercely attuned, and Lila’s vulnerabilities, combined with her nubile body and voracious new appetites, only succeed in ensnaring Alexander past the point of no return.