Rewriting the Rules

(1 customer review)


Ever since her last relationship ended in heartbreak, things have been going downhill for romance novelist Aurora Kane. Determined to revive Aurora’s career, her publisher Donovan Tate decides to take matters into his own hands.

Upon visiting Aurora at home and finding her wallowing in misery, Donovan makes it clear that he will be taking charge of her life, whether she likes it or not. When she tests his resolve, he does not hesitate to bare her bottom and spank her hard and thoroughly, and she cannot help begging for more as Donovan brings her to a quivering, shameful climax after the punishment.

Donovan’s bold dominance and masterful lovemaking rekindle Aurora’s passion and inspire her writing in a way nothing else has before, but painful memories of the past still lurk in her mind. Can she dare to hope that this love story will have a happy ending?

Publisher’s Note: Rewriting the Rules contains spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this audiobook.

1 review for Rewriting the Rules

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    Aurora is a romance author whose writing has gone stale. Donovan, her publisher has the solution to jump start her career again. What a fun listen this one is! If you love a little daddy dom, some spanking and passionate scenes, this book will definitely fit the bill. Aurora is a complex woman. While at times I found her brattiness tiresome, I knew it was a defense mechanism to protect herself. Once we find out her story, it all makes sense as to why she is in the state she is in. Donovan is overpowering. His alpha protectiveness and ability to know what Aurora needs is the key. I love his character, though his instalove is a little surprising. I would have liked the two to get to know each other a little more outside of their sexual relationship. The two have intense chemistry and it’s a hot listen. Narrated by Jack Calihan, his voice is good for the alpha male. At times I found it hard to distinguish his female voice, but for the most part, his performance was pure entertainment.

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