Controlling Interests
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Controlling Interests by Luna Kayne


When Jayne takes a new job, she has her eyes on one prize but her two dominant bosses have decided they want something of their own—her—and it could cost her everything.

Jayne Michaels

According to my father’s will, I take possession of our family beach house on my 25th birthday. Until then, it sits in a trust, managed by my mother who dangles it in front of me every time she needs something from me. For the past five years, she’s used me as her puppet, but that’s about to end. I have six short weeks to toe the line then the only thing I’ve ever wanted becomes mine and I’m free.

Then they come into the picture; two men—brothers—my new sexy and controlling bosses, offering me a life I never imagined I could have, but at what cost?

Declan and Lucas Hale

Our father is living with a narcissistic gold digger and her daughter just came to work for us. She doesn’t know who we are, but we know who she is and we’ll use her to find out what we need to know about her mother.

Our plans change when she walks into our office. She’s everything we want and we’re more than willing to share. Her little straight and narrow life is about to take a detour because we’re in the driver’s seat and we’re taking control.

She thinks she knows where her comfort zone ends...she’s about to find out how very wrong she is.

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