Meg had no idea what she was getting herself into when she accepted a job at the Private Club. She also hadn't planned on meeting a man like Greyson Twining. A man whose handsome devilish looks made her forget her principles and her mind.
When Meg realizes that there is a lot more going on at the Private Club than she had ever imagined, she decides to stick around to try and figure out exactly what's going on. Only she never imagined that the truth could be so deadly and worrying.
Eventually, Meg finds herself stuck between her attraction to Greyson and the stark facts telling her that Greyson is a bad man. A very bad man. Meg has to decide what to believe, her heart or her brain, before it's too late.
The Private Club is intended for listeners 18 and over due to mature situations and language.
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By Ron on 29-06-17
Waiting for the other shoe?
The truncated ending of this piece was both frustrating and disappointing. There was SOOOO much left to the imagination of the reader - - disappointing from a talented author.
By Delta108 on 01-11-15
Club is Still Private
Meg continues her story with Greyson.
When we last read about Meg, she was pushed into a darken room by a man who was forcibly keeping Meg quiet while they eavesdrop on Greyson's phone call. Greyson was mentioning he needs to get rid of a very nosey girl who is applying for a job at his company. Meg is certain he is talking about her. When the phone call is over she recognised the male who pushed her into the room as one of the security guards (David). He wishes to use Meg to get information on Greyson. She makes no commitment.
Meg heads to the showers and Greyson surprises her there shortly there after. The rest of the book seems to have taken place in the shower with people coming and going. Meg continues to question Greyson about his position in his company and what exactly is going on.
At the end Greyson just tells Meg there is nothing she can do, it's already been done when Greyson's secretary runs into his office and said "two are refusing to go." It appears that Patsy did not read the room to see who else was there and put Greyson in a bad position.
So is this finally the clues Meg needed to close Greyson (and Brandon) down? Well this is a trilogy and this is book 2 of 3, so we need to move on to find out.