BOSS MAN by Sierra Summers
Boss Man by Sierra Summers
Liquid Silver Books
Erotic Contemporary with M/F/M Ménage
Reviewed by Shayna
Penny Lane is ready for a vacation since her new boss works everyone to the bone. Since the vacation is out of the question, she’ll have to settle for a much-needed night out at an exclusive, decadent party. At the party, Penny meets the drop-dead gorgeous Andrew Dawson who invites her to join him and his best friend for a red-hot ménage. The one caveat: Penny is blindfolded. The erotic play Penny, Andrew, and the other man engage in is almost too good to be true…until the blindfold is removed and Penny finds out that the second man is her boss, Dante Parker. Penny flees, horrified and furious with Dante, but the boss man isn’t quite done with her yet. He’ll tempt her with the idea of fulfilling her ménage fantasy, but what Penny doesn’t know is that Dante plans to win her heart for himself and himself only.
Sierra Summers knocks it out of the park with the wild and wicked Boss Man. The eroticism of Boss Man is so hot, I’m surprised my screen wasn’t singed. Yet, as much as I enjoyed the sexiness of Boss Man, what makes the story great are the characters. Penny and Dante are smart, hardworking people that have a shared history which deepens their present connection. I enjoyed the fireworks whenever the two were in the same room and eagerly read Boss Man, waiting for them to get their happily ever after with one another. In fact, I was so captivated by Penny and Dante’s story that, even though I started the story in the middle of the night and my eyelids were drooping, I could not stop reading.
I can’t talk about Boss Man without discussing the third member of the ménage, Dante’s best friend, Andrew. I fell for him about as hard as I did for Dante, if not harder. He’s sexy, friendly, and surprisingly protective. Ms. Summers also left me begging for more when it came to Andrew, as there’s some definite teasing about a potential future story for him (I’m keeping my fingers crossed). I absolutely, one-hundred percent adored Boss Man and I plan on reading it many times over. Joyfully Recommended!