Life Under New Management by Jane Davitt


 Working for a perfectionist like strict, sexy-as-hell Ethan isn’t easy. Falling in love with him? No problem at all.
Taking a bar job in an exclusive hotel is a stopgap for Andy. He’s an actor and his big break is coming soon—he knows it. His hot new boss Ethan is strict, demanding and totally off-limits but Andy can’t stop thinking about him.
When Andy learns of Ethan’s need to be in control of his partner—in bed and out of it—he’s stunned by the intensity of his reaction. He wants Ethan guiding him, bringing order to his chaotic life. And he sees that Ethan needs him too, though they can’t be open about their feelings.

Ethan deals out deliciously perverse consequences for misbehaving, but when it comes to incentives, he knows just what to offer to have Andy on his knees begging for more.

But some secrets can’t stay that way for long. And when difficult choices arise, for once Andy can’t turn to Ethan for guidance. This time, he’s on his own.

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This is my first book by this author, not sure why? I simple loved it! Andy is this insecure, messed up out of control and out of work gay guy that by the time his job interview with Ethan is complete he’s hard as a rock and is having fantasies about his new boss. What’s not to LOVE! And all Ethan can see is this HAWT mess of a young thing that he wants to, control, wax, and smack and well you know….. The control Ethan places over Andy’s life is not just in the bed room, it’s everywhere. From his diet, to his organizational skills, everything and Andy just soaks it up. I think that’s what I enjoyed most about this book compared to other BDSM books I’ve read, this one was more about the D/s side in life (although, we do get it in the bedroom) I also really liked that it took a long time for them to establish a
sexual relationship.  I also liked that we had a story going on, and secondary characters that meant something to that
storyline, I will be looking up more from this author.