Title: Drawing The Line
Author: Sylvia Hubbard
Genre: Romance Suspense
How can she draw the line between her boss…and his brother?
Shane needs money to get away from her money hungry aunt. Her boss, Andrew and his brother, Paul, offer her “ultimate pleasure” if she gives them the child they need in order to keep a company they’ve worked hard to make successful. She accepts their offer, but realizes she has trouble drawing the line in her feelings for her handsome boss.
Yet, the bond that draws them all together is soon put to the test when Shane comes up missing amidst a chemical company land scandal she was investigating.
Andrew and Paul hope they find Shane in time before she loses the baby.
Drawing The Line is a Standalone story with the Mistaken Identity premise of a romantic polyamorous relationship. Listed as book four in the series because 1.5 isn’t recognized by most digital. Enjoy!
“Shane, look at me,” he ordered. When she didn’t, he grabbed her shoulders and pulled her close. “Look at me!”
Reluctantly, she allowed herself to meet those deep mint green eyes that radiated animal attraction. Her body shuddered in pure lust at the thought of entwining in hot passionate lovemaking with this glorious man. She clutched the counter behind her tighter to hold on to the little shred of sanity left in her body.
Shane forced her eyes to keep his gaze locked with hers. “You’re my boss,” she said, grasping at reason and reality. This was not the man she was used to or the man Rachel had described.
“Damn professionalism, Shane. I don’t want to be your boss right now!”
Not knowing if she should be ecstatic or delirious, Shane still tried to be rational. “You want to fire me?”
He shook her shoulders slightly. “Have you been listening to anything I’ve been saying?”
“I’ve been doing nothing but listening! You’ve been making no sense at all! You change the rules, you act evasively, and you expect me to read your-”
Shane didn’t finish that sentence. Matter of fact, whatever she had been thinking had completely gone into a black hole which had suddenly opened up in her brain. That’s because his hot mouth overwhelmed her own, knocking whatever she had been saying or thinking completely out of her body.
She wasn’t sure how long the kiss lasted, but she was damn sure her mouth had been opened the entire time. His incredibly long tongue had almost licked her tonsils.
Shaking her head to force herself back to reality and breaking the kiss, she said, “I can’t do this, Andrew.” She was close to panicking.
“Do what, Shane?” he asked now rather calmly. The kiss had done something to him as well.
“I can’t draw the line. You’re my boss.” Pushing out of his arms, she moved around him to the front room.
He followed close behind as she started ranting hysterically. “I need this internship to graduate. My career means everything to me!”
“I know this, Shane. You don’t know how confused I was until now. Until the kiss.” He closed the distance between them looking as if he wanted another one.
She didn’t know if she could stop him if he did.
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Sylvia Hubbard knew she’d wanted to be a writer of romance long before she knew there were black writers in the world. Weaving stories magically as a summer past time to writing stories to get through the humdrum of school, she was able to create something from nothing.
Today, she has independently published over 35 books, is the founder of Motown Writers Network and The AA Electronic Literary Network, CEO of HubBooks Literary Services, runs over five blogs on a variety of subjects, host The Michigan Literary Network Radio Show and is a happily divorced mother of three children in Detroit, Michigan.
“I’m no superwoman,” she states with a smile that seems infinite on her lips. “I’m just being an asset in the world instead of a liability.”
Considered an addicted blogger by HoneyTechblog.com, nominated and recognized for her literary work in the Metro Detroit area, referred to as “A Literary Diva” by Detroit City Council and donned “Cliffhanger Queen” by her readers, she finds solace in speaking and educating on a variety of topics.
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