Mistress by R. Katz

Mistress

Published: December 2nd 2019

Publisher: self-published

Length:

My Rating: 4 stars

Blurb:

When Katherine Collins interviews for an executive position with the Nielsen Agency’s CEO, Vincent Juliano, she meets a man who is just as devilishly handsome as he is successful. Katherine soon embarks on a full-blown affair with her new boss, only to find that he holds a dominant, dark side that knows no boundaries.

Unable to resist this sexy, mysterious man, Katherine finds herself wrapped up in a seductive world that she never knew existed, and powerless to escape. But when the lines between business and pleasure begin to blur, Juliano makes Katherine an offer she can’t refuse, forcing her to choose between her career and the man she can’t give up.

My Review:

While this is a bdsm novel, the title is a reference to the fact that Vincent is married. Katherine is well aware of this fact when they embark and their affair and becomes a kept woman. Vincent pays her for her time.

This is not your typical romance, in fact, there is a point in the novel when I feel the sex turns into rape, and this is not for everyone. While this book wasn’t what I expected, I was drawn into the story, and I wanted to know how it ended. Unfortunately, I didn’t get my ending as it ends on a cliff hanger, but I will definitely be seeking out the next book to find out what happens, I recommend this book to anyone who likes something different.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 

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