Hannah & The Dom Next Door by BJ Wane
Struggling with the recent discontent with his life made Mitch Burnett wish he hadn’t promised his neighbor he’d look in on her niece while she washousesitting for the summer. An Amish widow, he was sure she was going to be a prudish, bible thumbing pain in the ass. Much to his surprise, Hannah Hershberger was nothing like his preconceived notions made her out to be. His immediate response to the full curves her plain clothing couldn’t hide as well as to the innocent surprise and interest reflected on her pretty face took him off guard, especially since the pure, wholesome girl next door type was not for a man as sexually dominant as he. Determined to keep his lust in check, he swore he’d keep his distance from Hannah unless she needed some neighborly help. But Mitch wasn’t prepared for Hannah’s determination to meet her challenges head on, which included her attraction to him.
Hannah was looking forward to spending the summer tackling the challenges of immersing herself into the modern world, but none of those challenges had included her body’s response to her neighbor. The closeness of his tall, thickly muscled body brought about sensations she had only felt when making love with her husband. After discovering her responses weren’t a fluke, she brazenly asks Mitch to have sex with her, thinking a one-night stand would put an end to those irritating, stimulating feelings.
Unable to resist, Mitch tables his more dominant urges to spend a night with Hannah. What started out as a one-time thing soon turned into anaffair when she realizes how much had been missing from her marriage bed. Each time Hannah embraces something new, Mitch discovers he wants more until he finally introduces her to his more dominate practices at his club. It took an assault on Hannah and a terrible loss to make her question how far she was willing to stray from her moral beliefs for the sake of pleasure and sends her running back to her roots to find the answers.