“Spiked is the kind of unconventional, billionaire boss, enemies-to-lovers “workplace” romance I didn’t know I needed. FIVE STARS, for a fresh take on this trope, Iris!”
In theory, moving halfway across the country to pursue your acting dream makes sense. But in reality, you’ll probably end up broke and working in a strip club owned by the city’s wealthiest man.
Suddenly losing her job puts Devin at risk of never realizing her dream of becoming an actress. So, when she overhears two women talking about a lucrative job offer, she does what any go-getter would do. She busts out her lucite heels and makes sure the job is hers.
The catch? The job is “waitressing” at Las Vegas’ most popular strip club, and as she finds out during the interview, her new boss is the most powerful, domineering and sexy-as-sin man in the entire city—Aaron Daniels. It’s only seven months, right?
Aaron knew he needed to find someone special as the final piece of his new, unconventional marketing plan for Pink Diamond Las Vegas.
But he didn’t anticipate just how different Devin would be. Attracted to her from the moment he laid eyes on her, she tests everything he has told himself over the last six years. When their complicated pasts collide and get tangled with the present, Aaron finds himself breaking every rule he set in an effort to keep Devin safe.
Spiked is a standalone novel, and the first of five books in the Pink Diamond Series, each book chronicling the love story of one of the owners of the club.
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Everyone needs an escape.
And writing has been Iris’ escape for the past decade. Her love affair with words started at the tender age of five—she was reading full-length books by then—but it wasn’t until her senior year in high school that she actually tried her hand at writing a novel of her own.
More than anything else, she wants to take her readers on an emotional journey through the strong heroines and ruggedly handsome men that come to life through the pages of her work.
Iris writes contemporary romance because that’s just who she is. If she could be any kind of book, she’d probably be a contemporary romance novel with a strong female lead. Because she is an avid reader herself, she is committed to providing her readers with the kind of page-turning, steamy stories that they deserve.