Serving Him Series
“I moved to New York from Iowa to find a life that I didn’t know I was looking for. I expected to have to work hard and barely make ends meet. But…I never expected to meet HIM.”
For twenty-one year-old Aleena Davison, it was a life-long dream coming true when she said goodbye to her dreary small-town life in Iowa and moved to Manhattan.
However, it hadn’t taken long for her dream to turn into a nightmare. Everything from the roommate from hell to her asshole of a boss contributed to her pain and she’d just about given up on her dream. That was…until she ran into devilish handsome, Dominic Snow.
The mysterious stranger had not only tried saving her waitress job, but also made her an offer she couldn’t refuse, a new job. Strictly professional, he’d insisted. But could she trust herself working for and being this close to the hottest man she’d ever met?
The premier installment of Serving HIM by best-selling author M.S. Parker and Cassie Wild is a must-read seductive roller coaster.
M.S. Parker and Cassie Wild’s Serving Him was an awesome read and has me desperate for volume 2! You will not be disappointed!
A very hot n sexy read!
Nancy Keys, Amazon.com
I’d be willing to bet if you asked a number of people my age what they planned to do on their twenty-first birthday, it would involve something along the lines of copious amounts of alcohol, and maybe a strip club. I know that was pretty close to what I’d had in mind.
I certainly hadn’t counted on waiting tables during the lunchtime rush at one of New York’s priciest restaurants. And yet, that’s what I was doing.
Biting back a sigh, I shifted my weight as I wove through the sea of tables and flesh, carrying my burden of overpriced, oversized lunch entrees.
I’d come to New York City six months ago. Like so many others, I’d left my small-town life –Iowa for me– and come to the big city, but so far, nothing was turning out the way I’d hoped. Granted, it might have helped if I’d actually had some sort of plan in mind. Something other than I’m tired of not fitting in, I’m tired of not belonging.