** Jack is for mature readers. Strong sexual content, graphic language, and adult situations. **
Can a person be bought for love? You don’t know Jack!
Jack Duncan is a ruthless, egotistical, cold hearted son of a bitch and that’s only in the boardroom. When it comes to sex and romance the only word he expects to hear is yes! Sinfully sexy, he could manipulate anyone to follow his lead and he wasn’t above pretending to be something he was not to get what he wanted.
Emily Yates was sweet, young, and innocent. The perfect pawn for a man like Jack to use. She was a blank slate that he could mold into the woman he wanted by his side for his political career. From the moment she walked into his office, he was determined to have her in his bed, in his life, and as his perfect little pet. Jack poured on the charm and Emily saw the man he wanted her to see, but would she discover out who he really was before her heart was destroyed? You don’t know Jack. He gets what he wants.
Even if Emily discovered his true nature, would she already be too far gone to walk away? And would he let her leave if she tried? When a man like Jack decided you’re his, all you can do is hope to survive the aftermath of whatever plans he has.
You Don't Know Jack!
About the Author
I know people say you should be professional when discussing your background, but that's just not who I am in real life. I'm a mother, wife, and author. Readers, I consider my friends, because you're sharing my imagination and that makes us closer than just two strangers! I have always felt that I don't write a story as much as it writes me. Characters consume my mind until I get so tired of listening to them in my head, I put them down on paper (computer would be more accurate these days). I started publishing books in 2009, because honestly I was tired of keeping these stories to myself. I was working as a Respiratory Therapist in 2008 when I was laid off, and I had tons of free time. My youngest son was still at home in those days, so when he napped I'd write. My husband and I made the conscious decision that I wouldn't go back to work until he started school. Then the writing career took off. I was making a better living staying home writing books, so I never returned to the workforce. These days I do what I love, and have time to do all the things with my kids that a working parent normally can't. It's been a huge blessing! Keep up with me on any of my social media links, I promise I'll return the favor! Facebook: www.facebook.com/authormichellehughes Twitter: www.twitter.com/MichelleHughes_ Web: www.michellehughes.net