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The H.O.T. Cops: Trained to impose the law, but naturally skilled at enforcing pleasure. Rogan Wolfe is a bad boy cop - the lone wolf on the force and in need of something new to excite him. Now he's transferred to sexy South Beach in Miami - working undercover and looking for a fresh start. April Pediston is the epitome of responsible - overworked and under pressure as a high-powered attorney. Then one night, unwinding at an oceanside club she's never frequented before, she locks eyes with a stranger. Rogan and April don't seem a natural match. She's a total professional. He's rough around the edges and ready for anything - making April feel totally out of control. And, to her surprise, exhilarated. But stripped of her starched suit, can she really succumb to his every demand? They're headed to a place of desire and reawakening that's about to change both their lives.

©2012 Lacey Alexander (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • 22-07-14

Dominant Cop - Submissive Attorney

I wanted to like this book; the idea of female attorney (April) meets sexy male cop (Rogan) had potential. Unfortunately, Rogan is a "dominant" who thinks that April needs to learn to be submissive to him - big yawn! April is a caring, educated and supposedly smart woman who turns control of her mind & body over to a man she barely knows; that seemed more stupid and dangerous than romantic or erotic. Rogan needs to be in control because he grew up in an abusive family, as if becoming a control freak is therapeutic. I lost interest in both characters about half way through Give In To Me.

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