More Rules for Cheri (New Rules – Book 2)

Cheryl Reynolds may have just made the biggest mistake of her life. How could she have known that mere days after agreeing to take their age-play relationship to another level, one that would require her to give up her job and submit to her dominant husband on a full-time basis, she would be offered the opportunity of a lifetime?
How many dreams-come-true moments could one woman get? Her lackluster marriage to Judge Michael Reynolds was nearly on the rocks when he insisted on some changes. That was three years ago, and since then, she’d been gloriously happy. She adored being his little girl; loved, pampered and subjected to more delightful sexual experiences than she’d ever imagined. It was with a full heart and high hopes that she agreed to make it permanent. His brand of loving dominance was indeed a dream come true as far as she was concerned.
But that was before another one of her dreams was dangled in front of her nose like a carrot. After closing the biggest deal in the history of Waters Advertising, Cheryl is offered the VP position. It was something she’d only wistfully fantasized about during her years at the company. Now it’s a real opportunity, complete with the luxurious corner office, company car, expense account and a huge raise. It’s what she worked for, prayed for – and to finally have her work recognized would be a huge slap in the face to those schmucks who for years have treated her like a blonde bimbo. Oh, it is almost too much to resist!
Michael will never agree. It would mean longer hours, traveling, and a frazzled, irritable wife coming through the door each night. Their marriage would return to the boring place they were in three years ago – and that is only if he doesn’t divorce her. Can she do it? Can she turn down an offer that is oh so tempting? Could she risk her marriage to the man who’s already rescued her once from her own controlling, driven nature and shown her how to be his precious wife, his loving babygirl? Will she give up sweet submission for power?


 

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