This is the first book in the Club Avalon series
Down on her luck, Boadica McGee Is desperate for a job. Bills to pay, a roof to keep over her head, and vultures for parents leave her with few options. When her best friend offers her a dream opportunity she has to weigh dreams against survival and her own morals. The pay is good, the people are nice…but working in a BDSM club just isn’t her thing. Angry, repressed, Brodie is afraid of who she’ll become in that environment, especially when one man in particular gets under her skin.
Are all her secrets safe?
Braun Fitzpatrick isn’t a fool. He knows Boadicea’s special when she walks into his club. She offers him the perfect challenge, the chance to chip through the walls the fiery little female has built around her. Undeterred by her bark or her bite, Braun is content to guide her through the labyrinth of self-discovery.
When danger strikes and the music stops, will Bodie still dance for him?
I really enjoyed Dance For Me. The characters are all interesting and have a lot of depth to them. I liked the plot and the interactions that all the characters had with each other. I really like Boadica and the way she held herself in different situations.
I loved the ending and will be continuing the series as well as reading more from Kay Elle Parker.