Emma has just finished high school and fears being stuck on her family farm, living an ordinary life. She wants a life of passion, adventure and maybe even a little danger. But most of all, she wants a chance to go to college and become an artist.
Dylan is willing to give her everything she wants and more, including paying her tuition, but what he wants in return is her complete and utter submission.
Warning: Adult situations, intense BDSM scenes and a journey into total depravity.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review... But b Bought by a billionaire was very sexual and it had a lot of mystery and BDSM in the book... The plot in the book was fantastic it flowed together wonderfully... All the characters was also intriguing and wonderful... And I'll recommend this book to all my friends...
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I voluntarily read an arc of this book provided via Booksprout for a fair and honest review. In return for Emma forced to live a life less ordinary, like her parents, Emma had agreed to be “bought” by billionaire Dylan to serve as his slave for one year. After that, she could go to art school and follow her passion. So, after sneaking out of her childhood home, Emma found herself on a bus heading toward the city. Up until she reached California, Dylan was a face and voice she knew only via webcam. Emma, a naive farm girl from Tennessee was shocked that Dylan’s first words to her were “ take off your clothes.” Suddenly, this “slave” idea became a reality. Surprising, for me the reader, Emma had no fear. She was no stranger to video sex with Dylan so she had no qualms about up close and personal in the flesh play with him. Dylan was a heathen when it came to sex, anytime, anywhere, regardless of who else was in the room. I am about 1/3 of the way through this book and I can say that this far the master/slave dynamic is missing. I know nothing about Dylan except his last name. I’m used to darker authors, Georgia Caites, Pepper Winters, Anabel Joseph and so far, this book seems more like Cinderella and a fairy godfather. I’m assuming Emma is at least 18 but Dylan can be 80 for all the reader knows. Although working on the farm like he did makes me believe he’s not 80. We soon learn that sadism is not Dylan’s thing. Soon, it is time for Emma to start college. College is where she meets renowned artist Clay Forrester, Clay is a friend of Dylan’s and, by all rights, Emma should not be in his class. This point is made by another student who went through the process of achieving a place there. This student has no problem pointing this out to Emma calling her princess and wondering how she got into this class for advanced students. The book takes a turn when Emma agrees to host the student’s GEM (gender equality movement). Don’t think you have read this book before because you haven’t. Lexi Jordan takes her readers way outside of the box that cements her place as “NOT just another writer churning out formula romances”. It’s different, the pace is good my only teeny criticism is I wish I knew more about Dylan going into this book.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. This is a great book she wanted to go to college and didn’t have the money so she was going to be a slave to a millionaire
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I enjoyed this book. This is the story of a country girl who wants more than what she can have, so she runs away to be with a billionaire who will give her the educations she wants in exchange for her submission. Even when you have been communicating for a while, there is a steep learning curve when you jump into any relationship, never mind one that requires the amount of trust that comes in a power exchange. And of course there is that one person who tries to wreck it all.