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When the studio heads for Mark Cannon’s new action movie discover that their leading man likes to spank his personal assistants, they insist Mark hire a professional submissive who won’t run to the tabloids with his kinky secret.
Andrea Landley may be a wonderful assistant, but she lied through her teeth about being a "pro" to get the job—and now her real career as an undercover tabloid reporter has gotten very interesting.
Andrea is willing to do whatever it takes to get the dirt for her scathing exposé—even if it means learning how to take a spanking from a movie star. She doesn’t realize until it’s too late that Mark Cannon has a lot more in store for her than just a simple stinging bottom.
This 42,000 word short novel by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling romance author Shoshanna Evers was originally published by Ellora's Cave Publishing in 2011 under the same title. Rated NC-17.
Spanking Good Read!
I never tire of Shoshanna's Happily Ever Afters, I mean, her "Sexily Evers Afters." :-) So I of course enjoyed this book.
Andrea Landley, undercover reporter baited by her on-and-off-again boyfriend, lies about being a professional submissive to get a job on a movie set of a famous action star. To her surprise, the leading man likes to spank. Even more surprising is when she finds that being spanked by him turns her on.
Leading man Mark Cannon has stayed away from family to protect them from the press. Even more tightly protected is his inclination towards kink. Of course, when the Hollywood heads find out about his preferences, they go about posting an ad for an extremely discreet personal assistant.
Of course Mark knows Andrea isn't a professional submissive, but little does he know that she just might be in the position to betray him to the press so she could earn more credits and really break into the reporting business.
HOLLYWOOD SPANK comes with some steamy scenes with light bondage with towels and duct tape and more. Definitely a recommended read!