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  • Title: Convincing the Secretary
  • Author: Ava March
  • ISBN: 9781619222526
  • Page: 223
  • Format: ebook
  • Business and pleasure is a mix no gentleman should consider Lord Grayson Holloway goes after what he wants be it in the law office on his clients behalf or in the bedchamber His new position as partner puts him closer to achieving his goal of becoming the most successful solicitor in London There s just one problem his new secretary Broad of shoulder yet mild of mannBusiness and pleasure is a mix no gentleman should consider.Lord Grayson Holloway goes after what he wants be it in the law office on his clients behalf or in the bedchamber His new position as partner puts him closer to achieving his goal of becoming the most successful solicitor in London There s just one problem his new secretary Broad of shoulder yet mild of manner, Edward tempts Gray like no other Yet the young man barely notices him.Edward Fenton tries to be a good secretary, but being in Lord Grayson s hard, commanding presence rouses Edward s most forbidden desires Wicked, naughty desires no gentleman should consider giving in to, let alone with his new employer.Gray is than willing to mix business with pleasure But convincing Edward to take a chance on a future with him That might be the most challenging case Gray has ever taken on.Warning Includes buttoned up gentlemen who become undone, improper use of a desk, spankings, and a big bad lord who has a soft spot for his virgin secretary.
    Convincing the Secretary Business and pleasure is a mix no gentleman should consider Lord Grayson Holloway goes after what he wants be it in the law office on his clients behalf or in the bedchamber His new position as partne

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    1. 4.25 Edward has wicked thoughts He wants to be spanked, domineered, humiliated He wants to get down on his knees and be forced to perform dirty, illicit acts An artist, Edward is interested in brushstrokes than paperwork He only works as a legal secretary to please his father, who s indifferent toward his youngest son Edward is scattered and doesn t have a passion for law, not like the solicitor he serves the demanding, intense Lord Grayson When Gray sees Edward staring at his partner, Arthur B [...]

    2. 3.5 stars I liked this little Ava March novella, which worked for me even though I jumped into this series at book 3 I love that I always know what I m going to get with an Ava March story Her stuff is shamelessly kinky, really well written, and set in a historical time period I love this author s consistency, and I ve really come to rely on it when I pick up an Ava March book This book had so much going for it we get a virgin , some spanking, and a bunch of dirty talking I was a happy lady with [...]

    3. 4.25 stars And we have a winner This is undoubtedly my favorite book in the London Legal series I liked Convincing the secretary a lot than the first two books, and I think it s obvious that Ava March has matured a lot as a writer.We met Edward in Convincing Leopold, as Arthur s secretary Now he works for Arthur s partner, Lord Grayson Holloway and, sadly, his office skills haven t improved one bit But now we kow why Edward is an artist and his heart is in painting The reason he works as a lega [...]

    4. 3.5 stars.Convincing the Secretary is a historical, slightly kinky M M romance novella, which makes it a type of story I d gladly read any day I chose it because I have become a huge M M historical romance fan thanks to books by K.J Charles, and would like to find good ones This was also a chance to try something by Ava March, which I d been meaning to do for a while The fact that the main characters turned out to be a bit kinky was a very welcome bonus This being my first Ava March book ever, [...]

    5. 3.5 starsI know what to expect when I read one of Ava March s books two hot MCs, regency era England, some family drama, a big misunderstanding between the MCs, and usually some hot kinky sex Convincing the Secretary followed this formula to the point Sometimes Ava March s formula doesn t work for me, but in this case, the book hit the right notes.I really liked the set up of the assertive rakish employer and the quiet virgin secretary Office romances are usually a win for me, so I was looking f [...]

    6. This was a sweet book Definitely less kinky and sweet than I thought it d be, but still enjoyable The kink is light, not nearly enough humiliation for what i was expecting Edward and Gray have a bit of fun with spankings and butt plugs but Most of the story is about them overcoming their individual insecurities to be together It was as sweet and romantic as Ava March s stories normally are.

    7. I thought this was a well done little novella I d never read the earlier books in this series, but this definitely can stand on its own.The forbidden feel of this romance was strong, between the boss secretary angle and the mild BDSM aspects, all covered in a tasty layer of danger because of the historical reality of the need to be subtle about their relationship I was really happy to see that Ms March took time to develop the characters instead of focusing strictly on the hot, smutty sex and th [...]

    8. 3.5 starsAt first, I was a bit confused because what I could remember a little bit about Edward in the previous book didn t match Edward that I met in this one Somehow I thought Edward was a little forward in the end of my review for Convincing Leopold, I wrote I definitely look forward to the upcoming release in this series that features Fenton, Arthur s rake of a secretary so clearly I didn t see Edward as meek or shy Even if my memory was clouded with how jealous Leopold saw Edward.Then I de [...]

    9. This was surprising First, I m not a huge fan of historical books, but I keep trying them This story was one of the good ones Book 3 in a series I ve not read before, and thankfully, it was not necessary to have read the first two books At 138 pages, it can be difficult to tell a story this well.Edward is dreaming of spankings, dirty talk, being made to submit He s also an artist working as a secretary, something he really does not want to do The romance is quick, and the writing showed me that [...]

    10. This book was so good More and I am starting to love historical romances and this one was just amazing Lord Grayson goes after he wants and he wants his new secretary Edward I loved these two men together and I loved the way this author wrote Grayson and Edwards characters The fear they both have of being found out, but the feelings they have for each other that Grayson and Edward can not ignore any I also loved the way this author wrote this story which grabbed me from the start You get your s [...]

    11. Following closely after Convincing Leopold where Thorn had suggested Arthur took on a solicitor partner and assigned his infatuated secretary Edward Fenton to that partner, Lord Grayson Holloway joined the Barrington practise Unlike Arthur Leopold, Gray and Edward s romance was quite a speedy affair, blossoming weeks after they met Though the attractions were suppressed by both parties while at the same time they made assumption of one another.As the two previous titles, the story was also told [...]

    12. A Joyfully Jay review 4.5 starsOh, I love Ava March s historicals and this one is sexy and juicy and really fun Convincing the Secretary is the latest in her London Legal series, following the rerelease of Convincing Arthur and Convincing Leopold I originally reviewed those back in 2011 when they were first published by Loose Id, but they have now been rereleased as part of this series by Samhain Publishing You could easily jump into this book without reading them as the only connection with the [...]

    13. Now this is the Ava March that I know and love I enjoyed the previous 2 books in this series, but I loved this one Kinky and hot I highly recommend this one

    14. This struck me as pretty classic Ava March a well written historical with lots of smut This is a likeable and fairly lightweight novella.

    15. Ava March is an auto read author for me She s got the market on Regency gay romance pretty well tied up sometimes the tying up in her books is literal, even , and I love her work for one simple reason you always know what you re going to get In some cases, that wouldn t seem a compliment, but in this one it is, because while certain themes and historical social cues prevail throughout her body of work, the one thing that makes each of the books great to sink into is the men she peoples those sto [...]

    16. Woohoo Edward Fenton is a dirty, DIRTY boy Convincing the Secretary is easily my favorite book in the London Legal series thus far We met Edward in Convincing Leopold, distracted and mooning all over Arthur Now, there s a new solicitor in the office and his name is Lord Grayson Holloway and Edward is now his secretary Gray arouses new hungers in Edward kinky and depraved and humiliating fantasies that has Edward shying away from Gray Once Gray recognizes that Edward isn t really terrified of him [...]

    17. Lord Grayson is a lawyer who runs his law office with his friend Arthur Barrington He has a male secretary named Edward that he has had a crush on since he started The only problem is that he s pretty sure Edward is infatuated with his friend He always catches him staring longingly at him He s also pretty sure Edward is terrified of him Grayson decides to have Edward work closer with him on a project to get him to relax around him and get to know him better.I really ended up enjoying this one I [...]

    18. I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads 4 Lusty Stars Convincing the Secretary is the 3rd in the London Legal MM historical Romance series However, it s the first I have read in this series Since I was offered this for review, I jumped on it, and was pleasantly surprised that I wasn t lost Perhaps things said or done would have had meaning if I had read the prior books, but it was enjoyable for me nonetheless In essence, Convincing the Secretary was meant to be a lus [...]

    19. Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange I received this copy from the author as a Christmas gift, but my review is honest, haha Let s go DThe StoryEdward Fenton has always fantasized about a lasting relationship with someone that he truly loved and that felt the same way towards him At first, his boss Arthur Barrington sounded like the perfect choice for his dream to come true Except that the man is already way taken by his lover, Leopold Thornton One can t win them [...]

    20. I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.Although I haven t read the previous two books in the series, I was optimistic that Convincing the Secretary could be read as a stand alone book as it featured different characters After finishing the novella, I was relieved to learn that I was correct and pleased that I took a chance because Edward Fenton was such a delightfully naughty young man, while Lord Grayson Holloway proved to be the stern solicitor who was than wi [...]

    21. Convincing the Secretary by Ava March is the third novella in her London Legal series This story is set around a legal firm where Edward Fenton is a new lowly clerk secretary to a partner in the firm, Lord Gray Edward dislikes being a clerk and wishes to be an artist, but has no inkling as to how to give up his salaried occupation, and afford his rent etc.Edward is described many times as weak , cowering , blushing , and a virgin Color stained his cheekbones, his chest rising and falling quicker [...]

    22. Yes That s what I wanted.I had very mixed feelings about the first two books in this series, I didn t like them as well as I usually like Ava March s books, one of the issues was the lack of BDSM This book had exactly what I wanted A good story, good characters, her awesome Regency era details, and a bit of light BDSM.Edward was in the other books as a very minor character, he was Arthur s secretary, and basically moped around staring at Arthur and glaring at Leopold In this one he is one of our [...]

    23. You what I hate I hate being in a position where a book doesn t do it for me I ve been wanting to try this author for a while and I finally took the plunge I know I m coming in out of order, but frankly I don t think that had much to do with my feelings on this book Here s the thing I found CONVINCING THE SECRETARY was not very historically accurate to begin with No, I am the farthest thing from a historical buff nor do I comb through historical romances looking for accurate depictions of use of [...]

    24. 2.5 StarsYou what I hate I hate being in a position where a book doesn t do it for me I ve been wanting to try this author for a while and I finally took the plunge I know I m coming in out of order, but frankly I don t think that had much to do with my feelings on this book.Here s the thing I found CONVINCING THE SECRETARY was not very historically accurate to begin with No, I am the farthest thing from a historical buff nor do I comb through historical romances looking for accurate depictions [...]

    25. This is the third book in a series and a fully enjoyable read on its own It s an historical M M romance set in 1820s London.Edward is a Cambridge grad, serving as a secretary for a law firm in accordance with his father s wishes Edward truly has no love for law, or becoming a solicitor He follows his father s dictates because he is a dutiful younger son in a large family he has no desire to embarrass Still, Edward is a 22 y o virgin, who desires men, art and punishment perhaps in that order.Lord [...]

    26. Convincing the Secretary is an unique m m historical romance that I really enjoyed I don t come across many m m historical romances so I was very excited to read this one, and it lived up to my expectations There are some very steamy scenes, and some light BDSM elements this book is hot Lord Grayson has just become a partner in his law firm, and is well on his way to becoming the best lawyer in London But he keeps getting distracted from his work goals by his handsome, mild mannered new secretar [...]

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