Die for Him by Amy Valenti is about Mia whom is a bodyguard paid to guard billionaire Dean Tremaine’s body. Dean is a sexual dominant who owns a BDSM club. He is determined to seduce Mia despite her rejections.
This is a very enjoyable read! I wished the story was longer. I wanted to know more about Dean and Mia and how they make out in life. Mia was such a strong character I wanted to know more about her. It’s very apparent that Mia takes pride in her work and will not let anything get in her way of her doing her job.
Dean despite hiring a company to protect him, so he may attend a meeting, was surprised that the bodyguard would be female. It does make me wonder if he thinks females should only be submissive or was he attracted to Mia right from the start.
Overall, at 52 pages this was a fun and spicy read. The author builds the heat level from the beginning all the way through the book. This is a great story to ward off the cold winter evenings!
She’s meant to guard his body, not to get up close and personal with it. But anything he wants, he gets—and he wants her.
Billionaires aren’t amongst Mia’s favourite clients. She’s a bodyguard, and in her experience only the morally defunct alpha males make the big bucks. So when she’s assigned to guard Dean Tremaine’s luscious body, she doesn’t expect to be more than superficially attracted to him. He’s getting death threats from disgruntled employees, after all. Why would she find him irresistible?
She might have underestimated how much she wants him, but he’s just as used to getting his own way as she expects. And when her main concern is his safety, the last thing she needs is for him to disregard her instructions, or to distract her with his provocative behaviour.
When he holds a business meeting in one of the private rooms of a local fetish club—a club he just happens to own—Mia’s ability to concentrate on her job is put to the ultimate test. She’s a newbie to the BDSM scene, and the kinky atmosphere of the club is more titillating than she’d ever have guessed. Not only that, but Dean is just as dominant sexually as he is professionally, and despite the death threats and her rejection of his advances, he seems determined to seduce her into submission.
Can Mia persuade the sexy billionaire to keep his hands off her for long enough to protect his life? Or will his reckless pursuit of her affections lead to disaster?