by Allison West
Publisher: Blushing Books
Released: November 5, 2015
Who doesn’t love a sexy, dominant fireman? After a tough breakup, Lexa Mae decides she needs a change. From the southern plains of South Dakota to the Big Apple, Lexa books a hotel room and spa package at the prestigious Sterling Hotel in Times Square. Looking forward to a relaxing getaway, Lexa’s fun is spoiled the moment handsome fireman Jules Sinclair knocks on her door, ordering an evacuation. Wearing nothing but a towel, she slams the door in his face, unwilling to leave just yet. Forced from the hotel as an explosion rocks the seventh floor, Lexa has managed to secure her dress but no panties as the handsome fireman Jules rescues her from the burning flames. With no friends in the city and her belongings destroyed, she has nowhere else to go. Jules invites Lexa to the fire station, offering her clothes, shelter, and even a hard spanking for dismissing his order to evacuate. Will she learn to submit to Jules or is the heat just too much?
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A loud knocking pounded at the door. “NY Fire Department!” A voice shouted as he knocked on her door. “Shit!” She shut the shower off and grabbed a white towel, wrapping it around her torso. Lexa walked to the door, poking her head out. A man, dressed in a NYFD outfit stood with his helmet on. “Ma’am, you need to evacuate the building.” “What? Why?” Lexa asked, cinching the towel to her chest. His blue eyes were captivating. His New York accent entrancing. “Can’t say. We’ve been ordered to evacuate the entire premises.” “That’s absurd!” Lexa huffed. “Let me get my clothes on.” She didn’t give him time to object. She slammed the door in his face, dropped her towel, and stalked back to the bathroom to get her dress back on.
From inside the bathroom, she pulled the little black dress on over her head, reaching for her panties when the ground rumbled as an explosion rocked the seventh floor of the hotel, drowning the entire floor in flames and smoke, and tossing her against the wall.